Newsflashes

27 March, 2020
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has launched a Global Network Resiliency Platform (#REG4COVID) to assist national policy-makers, regulators and industry stakeholders to ensure that networks are kept resilient and telecommunications services are available to the maximum extent duri
27 March, 2020
During this massive economic upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, government and media attention is focused on the impact on businesses, financial markets, and the economy, but the impact on our nonprofit sector will be worse.
20 March, 2020
Facebook has announced the launch of the Community Accelerator programme, available in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. The Accelerator will be a six-month programme that aims to provide training, mentorship and funding to help community leaders grow their communities.
20 March, 2020
Smartphones can be hotspots for viruses, both on and offline.
20 March, 2020
The South African National Department of Health has introduced a new Web site and WhatsApp support platform, to provide the public with accurate information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as the local infection rate doubles every two days.
13 March, 2020
Nigeria could derive huge socio-economic benefits from commercial deployment of 5G Networks, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said during a panel discussion hosted by the Commission at Social Media Week Lagos.  
13 March, 2020
The most comprehensive survey of Africa’s youth to date the African Youth Survey 2020 – reveals a rising Afro-Optimism among the continent’s youth driven by a strong sense of individual responsibility, a post-colonial mindset, entrepreneurialism, and confidence in a shared African identity.
13 March, 2020
The world of entertainment is changing rapidly.
13 March, 2020
With enormous potential to better human lives, the dawn of the connected technological age has placed telecommunications companies at the foreground of the advancement of society.
13 March, 2020
Google has committed to train 20 000 women in ICT and entrepreneurship by the end of this year, as part of its Women Will training tour. Women Will is a global initiative aimed at creating economic opportunities for women in various parts of the globe by equipping them with digital literacy, entr
6 March, 2020
Plans are afoot to relax South Africa’s stringent intellectual property (IP) exchange laws – something that local companies, especially the growing technology sector, were grappling with.  
6 March, 2020
The most popular messaging app in China and counterpart to WhatsApp, WeChat – owned by the controversial megacorp, Tencent – has been censoring keywords about the coronavirus since as early as 1 January, reports The Verge citing an analysis.  
6 March, 2020
There is a plan for Eskom: Public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan says that the integrated plan to restructure Eskom’s debt should be expected by mid-2020 – but it’s not the only plan in the works for the struggling power utility.  
6 March, 2020
One of the most common misconceptions about digital transformation is that it’s about the implementation of cutting-edge technologies and IT systems that optimise operational processes. While technology plays an important part, it doesn’t give us the full picture.  
28 February, 2020
Facebook Inc. cancelled its annual F8 Developer Conference over concerns about Covid-19, commonly referred to as the coronavirus, according to a blog post.  

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