Newsflashes

14 February, 2020
I bet someone in the US’s Democratic Party is very sorry they ever heard the phrase: “There’s an app for that.” They greenlit an election app that was meant to streamline votes gathered during the party’s first elections towards the next presidential contest.
14 February, 2020
While South Africa’s unemployment rate remains in the doldrums, analysts believe the “gig economy” can alleviate the problem of joblessness in the country.
14 February, 2020
Cloud and technology solutions expert, Joodle Technologies, exists to support SMEs and entrepreneurs by providing technology solutions and unlocking the basics of entrepreneurship and the power it holds.
6 February, 2020
With the rate of streaming growth decreasing in the USA and the UK, music streaming services new and old have set their sights on tapping into new markets.
6 February, 2020
Developing talent takes time and deliberate effort. Most graduates quickly realize that school was neither an end nor a means, but the start of a lifelong process of learning.
6 February, 2020
South Africa’s brain drain has gained momentum as skilled workers continue to leave the country with their families, says Desiré Pauw, head of Human Capital at Momentum Investments.
31 January, 2020
The Information Regulator has written a letter to president Cyril Ramaphosa, requesting to bring the outstanding aspects of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) into effect.
24 January, 2020
Another retrenchment stint at Telkom. While we were informed that Telkom is the only SOE which made profit in the last three to five years’ annual reports, it is saddening to hear that Telkom began retrenchment consultations on Wednesday 22nd January.
23 January, 2020
The African National Congress (ANC) has released a number of statements after the  National Executive Committee held its annual general lekgotla at the weekend.  It is reported, the legkotla agreed on various measures that need to be implemented to stimulate increased investment, boost consumer d
23 January, 2020
The minister of communications and digital technologies, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams will, on 23 and 24 January 2020, conduct an oversight visit to various Gauteng facilities where over 500 students are being trained on the department’s fourth industrial revolution (4IR) skills programme. In 2018, th
23 January, 2020
The minister of communications and digital technologies, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams will, on 23 and 24 January 2020, conduct an oversight visit to various Gauteng facilities where over 500 students are being trained on the department’s fourth industrial revolution (4IR) skills programme. In 2018, th
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:

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