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7:20

SA political parties square up on social media

South African political parties have been hard at work using social media as a tool to reach voters, hoping these online efforts will translate into votes.

1:40

ANC readies to debut mobile app

President Cyril Ramaphosa will tonight unveil the governing party's mobile app at a launch event.

2:50

Lack of evidence sinks ANC's domain name fight

The ruling party failed to prove its case in its bid to keep the domain name of its original Web site.

1:40
Jan 18, 2019

DA accuses ANC of misleading public about e-tolls

Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga alleges the ruling party has no intention of scrapping the controversial e-toll system in Gauteng.

1:00

ANC debuts revamped Web site

The Web site of SA's ruling political party's is back up after more than two weeks offline, following claims it was suspended due to outstanding fees.

1:30

ANC Web site remains offline

The Web site of SA's ruling party remains suspended amid claims it owes the hosting company R32.5 million in outstanding fees.

6:50

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

4:00

Smart, paperless schools to go national

The ANC resolves to invest in a paperless classroom system for all South African schools.

1:20

ANC sets new deadline for digital TV

The African National Congress wants to see SA's digital migration process completed by June 2019.

3:50

DA pins hopes on ICT investment

Mmusi Maimane highlights the importance of ICT investment to boost economic growth in the cities the opposition party leads.

3:30

Dlodlo flips the script on digital migration

Communications minister Ayanda Dlodlo reportedly intends to adopt ANC policy on encryption for digital TV, undoing efforts by predecessor Faith Muthambi.

3:10

DA calls for Muthambi's sacking

Minister Faith Muthambi has failed as the head of the communications department and must be fired, says the Democratic Alliance.

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