Monday , 22 April 2019

Category: Governance

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  • ICTs the bedrock of future SA growth

    ICTs the bedrock of future SA growth

    by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG - TECHNOLOGY will continue to help solve South Africa's myriad of challenges but that will depend on local companies’ success in automating the inf ...

  • Technology spells end for unscrupulous windscreen fixers

    Technology spells end for unscrupulous windscreen fixers

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - THE days of multinational companies charging exorbitant prices to repair vehicle windscreens are now over following the emergence of a new breed ...

  • Schoolgirls put SA on the global science map

    Schoolgirls put SA on the global science map

    by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG - A PROJECT that aims to help consumers understand information on food label, another working to prevent road carnage and an initiative that calls ...

  • Tech expert van Heerden new Cortex CEO

    Tech expert van Heerden new Cortex CEO

    from DION HENRICK in Cape Town CAPE TOWN - AFRICAN Artificial Intelligence (AI) software and solutions company, Cortex Logic, has appointed Deon van Heerden as its new chief execut ...

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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Introducing the SAP Leonardo Digital Innovation System

Introducing the SAP Leonardo Digital Innovation System

by SIMON CARPENTER, Chief Technology Adviser at SAP Africa JOHANNESBURG - “TALENT hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.” - Arthur Schopenhau ...

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SA start-up seals global mobility management deal

SA start-up seals global mobility management deal

JOHANNESBURG - A South African information technology startup has entered into a historic agreement with a United States-listed software firm for the deployment of solutions for e ...

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Alliance gives start-ups intellectual property control

Alliance gives start-ups intellectual property control

JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African startups now have greater control over their intellectual property following a ground-breaking collaboration between some stakeholders. The partnershi ...

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Space-age technology to save drought-stricken SA

Space-age technology to save drought-stricken SA

CAPE TOWN - SOUTH Africa’s water-based car washes have been encouraged to switch to water-less polymer-based vehicle cleaning to ease the impact of drought afflicting the country. ...

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dotAfrica flag begins trek towards Mount Kilimanjaro

dotAfrica flag begins trek towards Mount Kilimanjaro

JOHANNESBURG - THE dotAfrica (.africa) roadshow has begun its journey from Southern Africa towards Mount Kilimanjaro as the continent gears towards a new online identity. A unique ...

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‘Money useless if SA education is not digitised’

‘Money useless if SA education is not digitised’

JOHANNESBURG - GOVERNMENT’S allocation of more than R200 billion (US$15,6 billion) to expand access to basic education to millions of children in South Africa will be futile witho ...

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