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Parliament committee pushes for Mohlaloga's removal

Fraud-convicted ICASA council chairperson Rubben Mohlaloga is out on bail pending the appeal process of his 20-year jail sentence.

2:30

Out-of-date tech hinders home affairs

Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize believes investing in modern and updated systems can help address the department's challenges.

2:00

Home affairs on course to digitise records

The department promises to use R10 million from National Treasury to step up digitisation of records.

2:30
Mar 29, 2017

Digital training on offer for Northern Cape women

A telecoms department project encourages the participation of more women in the digital economy.

2:10
Nov 2, 2016

SMMEs can boost economic inclusion

Government looks to small, medium and micro-sized enterprises to promote an inclusive ICT sector.

2:10
Oct 17, 2016

Government to promote cyber security awareness

The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services has joined the world in recognising October as the cyber security awareness month.

3:00

Fibre, telecoms major contributors to SA economy

With fibre infrastructure in place, SA's telecoms industry is positioned to progress as a major contributor to the economy, says the FTTH Council Africa.

2:00
Sep 1, 2016

Women in ICT receive honours

An MTN SA and Kagiso Media initiative celebrates the role of women in ICT.

1:20

KZN school gets free computer lab

Mathole Secondary School pupils will now have access to smart devices and Internet connection.

2:30
May 17, 2016

Safe Internet is key to economic health

The Internet is singularly the most crucial resource available to nations, says deputy minister of telecommunications and postal services, Hlengiwe Mkhize.

2:20
May 16, 2016

SA, China strengthen Internet relations

The countries' governments agree to build-up agreements in the interest of the online space.

4:10
Apr 8, 2016

SA Connect kicks off in Nelson Mandela Bay

An area affected by gang violence, drug abuse and poverty becomes the first to benefit from a free WiFi project.

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