SITA’s repurposing business plan finalised, says administrator
The State IT Agency’s administrator, Luvuyo Keyise, details the thinking behind repurposing SITA, indicating the process is moving along swiftly.
Government has high hopes for SITA’s reconfiguration
The State IT Agency’s reconfiguration process aims to position it beyond being a government procurement arm, says minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.
Budget pressure for phase two of Gauteng broadband project
The Department of e-Government refutes claims that management of phase two of the Gauteng Broadband Network has been handed over to another agency.
SITA’s administrator refutes ties with Ndabeni-Abrahams’s hubby
The agency’s executive caretaker Luvuyo Keyise denies allegations that he has a personal relationship with minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams’s husband, Thato Abrahams.
SITA zeroes in on government connectivity during lockdown
The agency prioritises ICT support and services to those on the frontlines of the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Government moves forward with plans for two ICT companies
The communications ministry eyes 2021 for Bills that will make way for the establishment of two state-owned ICT companies.
Ndabeni-Abrahams appoints SITA administrator, unveils changes for ministry’s entities
Luvuyo Keyise is tasked with taking the government IT agency through the process of being repurposed.
Gauteng Broadband Network parties committed to ‘good governance’
SITA addresses corruption allegations concerning the broadband project, saying all parties involved are committed to the highest principles of integrity.