The state encourages 2.8 million beneficiaries to opt to receive social grant payments via electronic platforms.
The telecoms ministry confirms plans to establish government-owned IT and ICT infrastructure companies in the next two years.
Mayors in metros across the country must scale up free Internet programmes to ensure more citizens are connected, says minister Siyabonga Cwele.
The period for public consultation on provisions contained in the Electronic Communications Act Amendment Bill comes to an end today.
The regulation authority and telecoms department mourn the loss of Libby Lloyd.
The telecoms department extends the period for public consultation on the Electronic Communications Act Amendment Bill until 31 January 2018.
Minister Siyabonga Cwele confirms the country's ICT roadmap will be published in today's Government Gazette.
Government's once-embattled State IT Agency is now a stable entity, says CEO Setumo Mohapi.
Minister Siyabonga Cwele affirms that investing in priority school subjects, such as coding, helps drive new skills development.???
The task team will engage Telkom on the sale of a portion of government's 39% stake in the company, which is aimed at bailing out SAA and the post office.
National Treasury hints at a spectrum auction for economic relief, despite government's current policy on the allocation of the scarce resource.
Minister Malusi Gigaba confirms the research agency has concluded a high-level study on government's planned wireless open access network.