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Probe into AI internship programme leads to suspensions

A forensic investigation into the e-government department’s specialised ICT skills programme results in the suspension of two senior managers.

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e-Government dept threatens to halt Gauteng Broadband Network

The department threatens to pause the ambitious provincial connectivity project, citing irregular expenditure and non-delivery from SITA.

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E-government MEC pushes for youth skills boost

Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko urges ICT companies to partner with government to develop essential skills programmes to train unemployed youth.

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SMEs accuse Gauteng Broadband Network of corruption

The SMEs claim corrupt government officials are the architects of their troubles, as they favour working with bigger and established companies with deep pockets.

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May 29, 2019

Lesufi to power up e-government department

Fiery former education MEC Panyaza Lesufi will head Gauteng’s e-government and finance portfolios.

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R1.4bn cash injection for Gauteng's e-government

Despite fiscal challenges, the Department of e-Government receives R1.4 billion to drive key ICT projects this financial year.

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Artificial intelligence internship programme goes awry

The e-government department probes claims of fraud linked to its partnership training programme, but one of the companies fingered says there is no basis for the investigation.

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Sharing is caring, says Gauteng govt

The provincial government reaches an agreement with municipalities in Gauteng to share ICT infrastructure.

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R1bn budget boost for e-government

The Department of e-Government receives a R1 billion budget to support Gauteng's ongoing modernisation efforts.

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Gauteng to iron out ICT duplication

An ICT audit is under way to help the provincial government establish integrated e-services.

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Sep 12, 2017

E-govt department grows frustrated with SITA

The department considers deviating from the SITA Act, as the state agency's procurement processes threaten to delay high priority projects.

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E-govt department gets clean audit

This is the third consecutive year the department achieved a clean audit report from the auditor-general.

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