David Makhura
Feb 19, 2019

Gauteng premier sees no future for e-tolls

The electronic tolling company hits back at premier David Makhura, questioning the validity of his claim that urban tolling increases the cost of living.


GDE opens R105m smart primary school

The provincial department of education opens another ICT-ready school to improve education and skills development.

Nov 2, 2018

Cosatu, Gauteng ANC march against e-tolls

The Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Gauteng ANC are today heading to the streets of Pretoria to protest against plans to resuscitate e-tolls.

Sep 7, 2018

Vilakazi Street to light up with live 5G pilot network

South Korean hardware manufacturer Samsung partners with wireless infrastructure provider Comsol to test 5G in Soweto.

Feb 22, 2018

In2IT Technologies launches chatbot

The industry-agnostic chatbot uses robotic process automation to resolve customer queries across the company's communication platforms.


Gauteng aims to be leader in research and innovation

Premier David Makhura believes innovative and knowledge-intensive sectors will drive growth in the provincial economy.

Feb 1, 2018

Innovation Hub to showcase at Gauteng conference

The event, hosted by the Gauteng provincial government, starts today at Gallagher Convention Centre, in Johannesburg.

Sep 18, 2017

Gauteng moves to curb Uber, metered taxi violence

A special provincial task force will be set up to help deal with the ongoing violence between metered taxi drivers and Uber drivers.

Aug 11, 2017

Call for digital start-ups to enter Demo Africa

The programme explores critical business skills and gives technology entrepreneurs the chance to meet potential investors.

Jul 5, 2017

Spazapp, Microsoft sign Tshepo 1 Million pledge

The companies partner with the Gauteng provincial government to create real-time jobs for SA's youth.

May 24, 2017

Gauteng hails ICT in healthcare

The province commits to an e-health strategy and targets 2019 to complete the digitisation of all patient files.


Admissions site notches up 90 000 registrations

The Gauteng education online registration Web site managed to process more than 90?000 applications on its first day, despite hiccups.

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