Govt asked for clear timelines to resolve energy crisis
Crypto and related emerging technologies
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Cell C makes progress in slashing R7.3bn debt
The telco’s secured lenders, have voted with the requisite quorum and majority in favour of the compromise cash out offer of 20 cents for every R1 of debt.
MTN Foundation earmarks R1m for women in ICT
The organisation commits to enable innovation, entrepreneurship and job creation for women in the digital economy.
City of Joburg’s e-health system receives hefty budget
The City of Johannesburg prepares to spend R21.5 million on developing an e-health system.
Digitalisation demand draws ScienceLogic to SA
The US-headquartered company will now be represented by value-added local distributor Corr-Serve.
Electric vehicle races 20 hours across SA
A team of drivers shows it’s possible to drive 1 400km from Cape Town to Joburg in an electric car.
SAS, NWU pen new five-year data science skills deal
The extended academic partnership seeks to meet the growing corporate demand for data and analytics skills.
Saldanha Bay’s smart city vision gets into gear
RocketNet and Zoom Fibre lay the foundations for Saldanha Bay to bring its smart city ambitions to life.
Lenovo ushers in new SA boss
Yugen Naidoo takes over as general manager of Lenovo Southern Africa, succeeding Thibault Dousson.
The right people key to realising data analytics potential
Everybody is waking up to the power of data, but there’s less understanding of how to create a data analytics team that delivers results. Spoiler: it might not be necessary.
It’s all about the space
Enterprise storage isn’t boring; it’s an interesting area that’s in constant flux to keep up with digital and data demand.
The power and promise of immersive learning
Through virtual simulations of real-world scenarios, immersive learning makes it possible to teach someone in a safe and engaging environment.