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2:40
Oct 2, 2019

Service desk agents in battle with EOH over non-payment

The employees allege the IT services company has not paid them their salaries since May.

5:00

Fake news too hot to handle for Cyber Crimes Bill

The section that makes fake news a crime has been removed from the final version of the Cyber Crimes Bill.

4:50

Revised cyber crimes Bill irons out sticking points

Many concerns have been addressed in the revised Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill.

2:10

'Practical' Cyber Security Bill must speed up

The Cyber Crimes and Cyber Security Bill is clearer and needs to be passed into law quickly, says BDO SA.

5:20

Internet control, freedom hangs in the balance

Government insists the Cyber Security Bill will not empower it to control the Internet but others see it as a power grab to clamp down on South African cyberspace.

2:10

Cyber Security Bill heads to Parliament

After being approved by Cabinet last December, the controversial Bill will soon be tabled in Parliament.

2:00
Dec 12, 2016

Cyber Security Bill gets Cabinet nod

Cabinet approves the introduction of the national Cyber Crimes and Cyber Security Bill.

1:30
Apr 15, 2016

DiData, Datacentrix face off over R500m tender

The systems integrator takes its competitor to court together with the justice department and 12 other ICT service providers.

4:30

Calls to bin cyber security Bill

The Bill is open to abuse by the security cluster and threatens the democratic spirit of the Internet, say industry players.

2:10

Govt invites comments on cyber security Bill

The Cyber Crimes and Cyber Security Bill aims to keep SA safe from criminals, terrorists and other states.

9:30

Tender Watch: Winners' week

Last week's tender advert slump is slowly turning around, while many bidders discover they have cause to celebrate.

2:20
May 19, 2014

AV system keeps inmates behind bars

Government's audio-visual remand system trims transport costs for detainees and lowers escape risk.

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