The provincial government plans to add 321 public WiFi zones over the next financial year, as it looks to improve universal Internet access in the province.
The province promises intensified support of key industries that will facilitate job creation, identifying green and technology sectors among those to help achieve this.
The Western Cape government CIO reveals the province's broadband project has seen the biggest ICT expenditure over the past few years.
The provincial government inks a deal with Liquid Telecom SA to boost free public WiFi hotspots from 178 to 1 600.
The EIM solution delivered by Datacentrix provides the province's departments with a fully integrated document management system.
The Western Cape government looks to US for investment to boost the ICT sector.
The province promises to provide free Internet access to all Western Cape schools, as it introduces an online education resource.
The Western Cape government's?Egsaan Samaai took top honours, winning the local OpenText "Big Think" award for 2015.
The Western Cape government, SITA and Neotel have concluded an agreement to provide broadband services to over 2 000 government sites.
Only three things are needed to stimulate the Western Cape's ICT sector, but the political will is lacking.