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Dec 7, 2020

Public Sector Forum: Why we’re still failing women in tech

Some of government’s most promising solutions to the pandemic have come from young women in ICT.

Sep 18, 2020

Government has high hopes for SITA’s reconfiguration

The State IT Agency’s reconfiguration process aims to position it beyond being a government procurement arm, says minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.


MTN SA sees double-digit data traffic growth under lockdown

The mobile operator has experienced a 51% growth in data traffic since February, as data usage for video and online corporate activity surges.


COVID-19 catapults ICT adoption in government

The pandemic fast-tracked ICT processes within the public sector that would have otherwise taken a long time to be realised, says GovChat CEO Eldrid Jordaan.


Public Sector ICT Forum’s webinar zones in on digital workforce

The forum for public sector ICT decision-makers will host its next event as a Webinar on 4 June.


Kenya’s Huduma provides lesson for SA’s public sector

The Kenyan government service delivery flagship project is identified as a powerful case study for digital transformation.


Smart tech, infrastructure lacking in villages, townships

Immediate pressures such as providing running water and electricity supersede the need for smart solutions and technology infrastructure.


SA can become smarter via its cities

Government should work with mobile network operators to move local cities towards smart city status, advises an industry expert.


Connecting townships, villages with smart tech

The Public Sector ICT Forum will examine how SA can develop and grow its villages and townships using smart city technology.


Public Sector ICT Forum tackles smart cities

Trusting the technology is key to the successful implementation of a smart city, said IDC's Mark Walker at the Public Sector ICT Forum.


Smart cities put citizens first

Smart cities can have a huge impact on citizens and enhance service delivery, says Cyril Baloyi, group CTO of the City of Johannesburg.


Building South African smart cities

Smart cities can improve infrastructure management and quality of life, while enhancing government visibility and transparency, and growing the economy.

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