PPPs, shared risk could drive SA smart city progress
To make progress on smart cities and e-government services requires more effective partnerships between public and private sectors, with a shared risk approach.
Online service delivery reporting tool reaches Tshwane
The online platform for logging municipal service delivery issues is now available in Tshwane, after launching in Cape Town and Johannesburg in July.
Tshwane to recruit over 5 000 using electronic lottery system
Through the use of technology, residents can trust the recruitment process is fair, with no corruption or nepotism, says executive mayor Randall Williams.
Squabble over City of Tshwane R70m tracking tender escalates
The unhappy firms accuse the city of promoting anti-competitive behaviour and claim it is creating an evergreen arrangement for C-Track.
Suspects arrested for hacking City of Tshwane, R53m pillaged
Nine suspects will this week appear in court for allegedly hacking City of Tshwane servers, defrauding the municipality of R53 million.
Disgruntled firms raise stink over Tshwane tracking tender
The companies say specifications and requirements contained in the bid were drafted in a biased manner, which did not allow all potential suppliers to offer their services.
Tshwane mulls ‘wall-to-wall’ fibre coverage for smart city future
The city eyes wall-to-wall broadband coverage, placing its ailing broadband project in pole position among its smart city aspirations.
Tshwane turns to WhatsApp to boost citizen engagement
The city rolls out a WhatsApp chat service to allow the public to interact with it directly on a range of service issues.
Tshwane, universities unite to boost service delivery
The capital city and its three universities explore innovative mechanisms to improve service delivery to residents.
Ramaphosa unveils R3.6bn Automotive Hub in Tshwane
The hub is expected to create opportunities for vehicle component manufacturers as well as 6 700 jobs.
Altron Nexus loses multi-billion Tshwane broadband project
The deal was subjected to judicial review after the City of Tshwane discovered serious irregularities, which "taint the legality of the deal".