Authorities will eventually formalise crypto-currencies
As financial authorities and governments around the world start to see the inevitability of crypto-currency, could SA still become a hub of crypto-currency innovation?
Want to extend your lifespan? Pin your hopes on tech
Artificial intelligence, 3D printing, robots, big data and quantum computing are playing a tremendous role in humankind’s ongoing search for longevity.
Over-regulation is killing mobile money in SA
While SA has largely embraced technology innovations, the country has yet to conquer the mobile money conundrum, as it’s caught in the grip of excessive legislation.
South Africa urged to tap into big data to prevent future unrest
By making use of big data analytics, government would have been better prepared to deal with the acts of violence that gripped the country, say academics.
Are the luddites back? Both humans and tech will prevail
We won’t be able to stop advanced technologies being pervasive and automating jobs, so workers must remain ahead of the workplace game so that machines do not lead them.
Dagada comes out with guns blazing over suspension
The suspended MMC for finance alleges his removal from office is a "dirty political war" and wants to clear his name.
Rabelani Dagada removed as Joburg MMC of finance
The councillor has been suspended, pending an inquiry by the DA's Federal Legal Commission into alleged activities of undue influence and nepotism.
Under-fire Dagada lays out Joburg's WiFi plans
After reports claim he faces imminent dismissal, MMC Rabelani Dagada fights back and redirects attention to the city's WiFi and billing progress.
Dagada named in 'jobs for pals' scandal
Prominent ICT figure Rabelani Dagada allegedly enriched his friend by facilitating access to the City of Johannesburg's lucrative tenders.
Joburg to kick-off billing open days
The city dedicates billing days to remedy lingering issues caused by its chaotic billing system.
Dagada to oversee Joburg's IT operations
Rabelani Dagada adds group IT to his portfolio, silencing reports that he would be ousted over the city's billing crisis.