Public Sector ICT Forum

Smart village and township trials to come to Limpopo

The Limpopo chapter of the Public Sector ICT Forum has committed to trial a smart township and smart village concept in the province.


SARS looks to chief disruptors to keep pace in digital age

The South African Revenue Service's digital technology team has added chief disruptors to its employ.


Industry 4.0 calls on government to embrace change, says Mothibi Ramusi

The National Lotteries Commission CIO challenges ICT professionals to unpack the values of the fourth industrial revolution so that politicians truly know what it means.


Digitisation won't breed joblessness, say CIOs

Despite research pointing to further unemployment in SA as digitisation and automation take shape, CIOs believe more job opportunities will arise.

May 10, 2018

CIOs are under siege, says De Villiers

Chief information officers of today face the challenge of being shackled by their own organisations as they attempt to carry out their duties, says Telkom's Len De Villiers.

Sep 18, 2017

Integrated risk management in the public sector space

The third Public Sector ICT Forum last week included insight into data protection and privacy, the impending POPIA regulations and the journey towards a connected society.

May 31, 2017

ACSA to smarten boarding process

Airports Company SA plans to introduce e-gates across the country's airports.


Collaboration improves service delivery

Growing the right skills, questioning the status quo and the right tone from the top all help to drive collaboration in the public sector.


PPPs needed to realise potential of digitisation

Public private partnerships are required to?develop value-added solutions that access to broadband creates, says MTN Business.


Post Office to enter Internet banking

The South African Post Office will rollout Internet banking for three million customers.

Sep 8, 2016

Digitisation can't be another 'buzzword'

Public Sector ICT Forum delegates hear that public sector digitisation is critical and can't be a 'buzzword' that is still up for debate.

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