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MICT SETA quietly fires CEO

The ICT sector training authority reportedly gets rid of Oupa Mopaki as its CEO amid a trail of corruption allegations under his watch.

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Ncoded Solutions welcomes IT analyst

Prince Ndlovu has been appointed IT analyst in charge of business analysis, reports design and development.

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Local chatbot developer gets R7m funding

Kalon Venture Partners and VC Compass invest in financial services chatbot provider, FinChatBot.

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ITWeb's GRC conference set for February 2019

The annual Governance, Risk and Compliance Conference will take place on 20 and 21 February, at The Forum, in Bryanston.


Nexign expands into Africa

The Russian-based business support system provider has big plans for Africa in 2019.


Twelve SA non-profits to receive $2m from Google

The tech company's charity arm,, will give around R28.4 million to 12 local non-profits that are using tech to impact their communities.


WCape tech start-ups are more successful, established

The Western Cape is seen as an attractive place to run a successful tech start-up, with 36% of survey respondents generating significant revenue in the past year.


IDU presents IDU Conference 2019

On 28 February and 1 March, CEO Kevin Phillips will share the IDU Development Roadmap for 2019, and attendees will be able to provide their input.


ASUS dominates European Technology Awards

The company scooped 23 awards in the European Hardware Association Community Awards, Hardware.Info Community Awards, and KitGuru Reader Awards 2018.


Redstor partners with VMware

Redstor will backup a physical or virtual system and recover it directly into VMware, even if it has been running in a different hypervisor.


Talksure is moving

The company is moving to new premises at Parkside, Umhlanga Ridge, in December, as it has outgrown its current facility.


German Court Rules Huawei, ZTE Products Infringe AVC Patents

MPEG LA announced today that the District Court in D?sseldorf, Germany ("Landgericht D?sseldorf") has ruled that Huawei Technologies Deutschland GmbH ("Huawei") and ZTE Deutschland GmbH ("ZTE") infringed patents of two patent holders in MPEG LA's AVC Patent Portfolio License ("AVC License") by using their technologies in mobile phones that implement the AVC/H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10) Standard.

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