Monday , 18 February 2019

Category: Governance

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  • Robotics revolution underway in South Africa

    Robotics revolution underway in South Africa

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - SKILLS development is crucial to making the most of the robotic process automation (RPA) revolution and using it to grow jobs, rather than lose t ...

  • SA wins war for open access

    SA wins war for open access

    by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – THE ground gained in the quest for free  competition in the Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) market will be lost if South  African homeowners and tenants do ...

  • Digitalisation boosts productivity in mining sector

    Digitalisation boosts productivity in mining sector

    JOHANNESBURG – EXPERTS have forecast innovation and technology to play increasingly valuable roles in boosting performance and sustainable  efficiency in mines throughout Africa. M ...

  • Technology solution to transform SADC insurance sector

    Technology solution to transform SADC insurance sector

    by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - A LANDMARK online distribution solution is set to transform the insurance landscape in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) regional blo ...

Experts explore how Industry 4.0 can drive Africa’s growth

Experts explore how Industry 4.0 can drive Africa’s growth

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Sun City, North West SUN CITY - NEC XON is exploring methods for harnessing the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) innovations and technologies t ...

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SA must embrace technology to tackle socio-economic problems

SA must embrace technology to tackle socio-economic problems

by MTHULISI SIBANDA  CAPE TOWN - STAKEHOLDERS must make the most of modern  technologies to overcome prevailing economic challenges bedeviling South  Africa, experts said at the o ...

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Stakeholders pledge to address digital and energy divides

Stakeholders pledge to address digital and energy divides

DURBAN - HUAWEI, the global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, is deploying new innovations to address the digital divid ...

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Africa urged to endorse Zimbabwean Zavazava bid for top ITU post

Africa urged to endorse Zimbabwean Zavazava bid for top ITU post

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Durban, South Africa DURBAN - NEIGHBOURING South Africa is rallying the global community to support the candidature of Zimbabwean telecommunications and in ...

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Finalists for top MTN women in ICT awards revealed

Finalists for top MTN women in ICT awards revealed

by GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - MTN South Africa has announced the shortlisted candidates for the prestigious Women in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) – Partnershi ...

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Limpopo to host summit for young filmmakers

Limpopo to host summit for young filmmakers

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – 11th June 2018, African Press Association (APA),- / THE Limpopo Film Youth Summit will be held in the provincial capital, Polokwane, on Thursday, 14th ...

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Africa’s first blockchain protocol re-imagines digital assets’ future

Africa’s first blockchain protocol re-imagines digital assets’ future

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – A CONSORTIUM co-founded by South African blockchain and cryptocurrency expert, Riccardo Spagni, has announced a new open source blockchain protoc ...

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Africa’s historic SAP Next-Gen Lab enables multi-stakeholder innovation

Africa’s historic SAP Next-Gen Lab enables multi-stakeholder innovation

University of Cape Town's millennial talent at the Africa’s first SAP Next-Gen Lab in Cape Town, South Africa. SAP has partnered with the University of Cape Town to enable innovat ...

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Power meters to come to a standstill in 2024

Power meters to come to a standstill in 2024

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – THERE are concerns South African utilities might leave it too late until about 7 million prepaid electricity meters become obsolete by 2024 when ...

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New disruptors offer stiff competition to African telcos

New disruptors offer stiff competition to African telcos

JOHANNESBURG - AFRICAN telecommunications providers have been alerted to the need to adapt to the challenges posed by a new breed of disruptors. SAP Africa executive responsible f ...

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