Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams

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.


Minister challenges fibre industry to service marginalised areas

Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams encourages fibre providers to reach areas they normally shy away from to ensure connectivity for all South Africans.


IT veteran Schofield holds fort at B-BBEE ICT council

The ICT Council appoints Adrian Schofield as acting CEO as it searches for a new head.


Minister of communications and digital technologies welcomes participants to GovTech 2019

Let us be reminded that digital transformation should be about our people and the impact of our decisions and actions on their wellbeing, says communications and digital technologies minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.

20 Sep

R1bn set-top box stock sitting at USAASA warehouses

The agency’s acting CEO looks to distribute a million set-top boxes, which are costing government R56 million annually in storage fees.


Fresh attacks on Mboweni’s ICT economic blueprint

A lobby group charges that the finance minister is out of touch with the realities faced by SMMEs in their quest to access spectrum.

Sep 5, 2019

Cisco channels R140m towards digitisation of SA

The investment focuses on three key areas: job creation, skills and talent development, as well as national cyber security.

Sep 4, 2019

Google’s CS First in action

Showcasing how the Internet can create digitally-enabled citizens, Google’s CS First programme was on show in Cape Town yesterday.


South African ICT policy expert joins ICANN

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers appoints Mandla Msimang as one of its board of directors.

Aug 22, 2019

Huawei reveals massive 5G, 4IR training ambitions in SA

Shunned by the West, the Chinese telecommunications company pledges to equip thousands of South Africans with 5G and fourth industrial revolution skills.


Ndabeni-Abrahams urges tech players to put people before profits

Tech companies must play their part in enabling everybody to participate meaningfully in 4IR, the minister said.


Post office joins the club: accepts debit, credit cards

Motorists can now use their bank cards to pay for car licence renewals at post office branches that offer the service.

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