SA remodels ageing coal plants with solar technology
Minister Barbara Creecy says climate change and global warming are real, and SA is aware of the risks and knows coal contributes to this effect.
Call for public comment on Renewable Energy Development Zones
Members of the public are invited to submit written comments or input on the identified geographical areas by 4 September.
Tech deployment sees rhino poaching decline in SA
Improved capabilities to react to poaching incidents and deployment of technology are among the reasons rhino poaching is decreasing in SA.
R1.4bn cash injection for Gauteng's e-government
Despite fiscal challenges, the Department of e-Government receives R1.4 billion to drive key ICT projects this financial year.
E-govt to reprioritise funds for Gauteng broadband
The department pins its hopes on reprioritising ICT expenditure in departmental budgets to fund phase two of the R2.8 billion Gauteng broadband network.
Another R2.8bn for Gauteng broadband network
Gauteng's e-government department plans to re-prioritise expenditure and lobby treasury as a new contract takes the project price tag to R4.5 billion.
Gauteng broadband project takes shape, at last
Following a year-long delay, SITA finds a service provider to commence phase two of the province's flagship ICT project, appointing Altech.
Sharing is caring, says Gauteng govt
The provincial government reaches an agreement with municipalities in Gauteng to share ICT infrastructure.
eKasiLabs promote entrepreneurship in the townships
An incubation facility in Sebokeng is the latest move by the Gauteng Department of Economic Development to support start-ups.
R1.7bn spent on Gauteng broadband network
While the provincial government planned to spend R1.2 billion over five years on its broadband network, costs have already hit the R1.7 billion mark to date.
R1bn budget boost for e-government
The Department of e-Government receives a R1 billion budget to support Gauteng's ongoing modernisation efforts.