Government sets ambitious data science skills target
The ministry of communications and digital technologies reveals it’s targeting to train 50 000 data scientists as part of the second cohort of its skills development initiative.
Budget pressure for phase two of Gauteng broadband project
The Department of e-Government refutes claims that management of phase two of the Gauteng Broadband Network has been handed over to another agency.
e-Government boosts GP’s COVID-19 screening systems
The Department of e-Government introduces a Web-based pre-screening application to facilitate coronavirus screening and employee management for provincial departments.
Gauteng’s Industry 4.0 blueprint at an ‘advanced’ stage
Gauteng Provincial Government works towards developing a fourth industrial revolution strategy, to push forward the province’s modernisation agenda.
Gauteng e-government dept embraces virtual amid lockdown
Gauteng finance MEC and e-government department head Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko sees virtual meetings as key to helping save time and money in future.
SCOPA zeroes in on Gauteng’s controversial IT security tender
The Standing Committee on Public Accounts says it had concerns about the month-to-month Security Operation Centre contract, despite allowing it to be fast-tracked.
Premier prompts SIU to investigate security contract
Gauteng premier David Makhura asks the Special Investigation Unit to probe the controversial multimillion-rand Security Operation Centre contract.
MEC, DA call for urgent probe into Gauteng IT security tender
MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko orders an investigation into allegations of irregularity in the Gauteng Security Operation Centre Contract.
Gauteng security contract flagged for R100m irregular expenditure
The ambitious provincial cyber security project has been incurring irregular expenditure unabated over the last four years.
Tech helps Gauteng fight ‘ghost’ government employees
Gauteng receives R1.4 billion over the medium-term to drive the province’s high-speed broadband rollout ambitions, while ‘ghost-busting’ ICT has been implemented.
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.