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2:30
Jul 10, 2017

Fitkey expands to Gauteng, signs 3 000 users

Nearly two years after it launched, the local fitness start-up has expanded to Gauteng, with almost 3 000 users signed up.

2:00
May 15, 2017

Gauteng traffic police adoptTraffic Police adopts Namola app

The locally-developed crime-fighting app increases its coverage in Gauteng.

3:30
Mar 23, 2017

Gauteng ready to invest in ICT innovation

The provincial government seeks opportunities to purchase ICT solutions that will improve public service delivery, finance MEC Barbara Creecy tells ITWeb.

4:20
Feb 3, 2017

Gauteng is growing hub for data centres

The South African province is the preferred location for businesses looking to set up data centres.

4:50
Jan 18, 2017

SA's e-govt strategy showing strides

South Africa leads counterparts in the region in terms of e-government strategy implementation, analysts say.

1:40
Jan 18, 2017

Gauteng turns to tech for infrastructure development

The Gauteng government uses technology and data to improve delivery of massive infrastructure projects.

3:20
Jul 29, 2016

Gauteng evolves as SA's app hub

The app economy in SA is dynamic and evolving and developers in Gauteng are keen to maximise its potential, say experts.

1:10
Jul 27, 2016

Web page created to report initiation abuse

Gauteng citizens can go online to report suspicious initiation schools in their areas.

2:40
Jun 22, 2016

WiFi comes to Gauteng townships

VAST Networks will roll-out WiFi access points in two of the province's major townships.

2:10
May 13, 2016

No plans 'yet' to expand online ID applications

The Department of Home Affairs is in talks with banks to increase the number of branches offering the smart ID applications service.

2:40
Mar 9, 2016

Gauteng bumps up broadband budget

The Department of Finance allocates R325 million for the 2016/2017 financial year to roll out broadband in the province.

3:00
Feb 29, 2016

City of Tshwane delays broadband project

Ongoing engagements between the City of Tshwane and National Treasury force the city to withdraw its broadband project report.

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