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17 January, 2020
Here’s what is happening in and affecting South Africa today:
17 January, 2020
While the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) presents a wealth of opportunities for SA, factors such as a lack of high-end skills and widespread fear of job losses could hamper progress.
10 January, 2020
We begin the year by noting five important things that are happening in South Africa.  The following is the list:
10 January, 2020
22 November 2019 marked exactly one year since president Cyril Ramaphosa announced minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams as the head of a reconfigured Department of Communications (DOC).  This decision brought together the departments of telecommunications and postal services, and communications into
13 December, 2019
A number of CEOs have responded to the Competition Commission (CompCom) over its stance on the cost of data, warning that government price controls could stifle the telecoms sector in SA.
13 December, 2019
Vodacom and Telkom have warned that Eskom’s continued load-shedding means many broadband subscribers and smartphone users will experience downtime. Vodacom told subscribers that it is aware many customers around the country will be experiencing issues connecting to the network due to load-sheddin
6 December, 2019
The battle between Donald Trump and China continues. As a result, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has detailed the company’s perspective on the US trade ban.
6 December, 2019
Here is what is happening in and affecting South Africa today:
6 December, 2019
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) presents a wealth of opportunities for South Africa, but factors such as a lack of high end skills and widespread fear of job losses could hamper 4IR progress. This is according to leading ICT stakeholders and finalists in the 2019 IITPSA President’s Awards.
6 December, 2019
Daryl Plummer, Gartner VP and analyst, asserts that blockchain will be used to identify fake news content, and excessive online shopping will be identified by the World Health Organisation as an addictive disorder in the near future.
6 December, 2019
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is finding its place in some of South Africa’s learners through efforts of the Kgalema Mothlanthe Foundation which has engaged more than 30 000 learners from Gauteng, Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal through its  Artificial Intelligence bootcamps.  Introduced by the fou
6 December, 2019
MTN disagrees with the recommendations made by the Competition Commission (CompCom) on data price cuts in SA.
29 November, 2019
Digital transformation is a way to go for all industries, organizations and society around the globe. As such, small and medium businesses should take this opportunity to enhance their stance in business. The promise of digital transformation is not reserved for large enterprises.
29 November, 2019
The following are five most important things happening in and affecting South Africa today:
29 November, 2019
Johann Rupert, the billionaire who controls luxury-goods giant Richemont, is considering selling stakes in two South African fiber networks valued at as much as $1.5 billion (R22.19 billion), people with knowledge of the matter said.

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