The ICT charter remains in effect until amended, but must be aligned with the new codes.
The cheaper rand makes SA a more cost-competitive destination for business process outsourcing, says BPeSA.
Another 10 000 offshoring jobs will be created in the Western Cape by 2015.
Microsoft's R475 million equivalency programme was approved before the charter came into effect.
The National Consumer Commission is still waiting for R5 million to build an in-house registry.
The commission implements an online system to speed up company registrations.
The company agrees to pay R2.8 million the day before an urgent application for its liquidation is heard.
The IT company wants to go back to court over a R28 million settlement deal it argues was agreed to by trade and industry.
The problem will be sorted out by the end of next month, says trade and industry minister Rob Davies.
Technology shortcomings at the commission slash new company registrations, prompting fears this will impact the economy and job growth.
The Technology for Women in Business programme aims to move women to the mainstream of the economy through the use of technology.
The department especially wants female employees to become computer literate.