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5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

5:20

Academia, industry must strengthen 4IR research collaboration

Academic researchers in SA should work closely with civil society, non-profit organisations, state institutions and private sector organisations.

1:20
Friday

Ramaphosa receives draft 4IR blueprint

The fourth industrial revolution commission presents a draft diagnostic report on SA’s 4IR agenda.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

3:10
29 Oct

Slow IPv6 adoption threatens SA’s 4IR drive

ICT service providers that don’t support the latest version of the Internet protocol are threatening the country’s participation in 4IR, says ISPA.

3:10

Release of 5G spectrum won’t be delayed, minister promises

Unlike the long wait for 4G spectrum, government is committed to ensure swift action in the release of 5G spectrum, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams promises.

2:50
Oct 14, 2019

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

7:00

Building SA’s 4IR readiness capability at high velocity

Organisations that have mastered coping with paradoxical and competing demands will survive the fourth industrial revolution era. Here’s how they will do it.

11:10
Oct 2, 2019

Securing SA’s information into the fourth industrial revolution

Linda Khumalo, founder of SafeCyberLife, calls for South Africans to begin adopting the culture of information security, starting at home.

4:30

President side-lines ICT expertise on advisory team

Analysts criticise president Cyril Ramaphosa’s newly-appointed Economic Advisory Council, saying ICT expertise has been ignored.

7:50
Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.

2:50
Sep 17, 2019

Digital skills are Africa’s ticket to prosperity

If Africa wants to thrive amid all of the changes happening as a result of 4IR, it needs to boost digital skills, says SAP’s Cathy Smith.

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