Newsflashes

7 June, 2019
In the spirit of youth month, the Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation, together with Fliptin Venture Builder, will host various artificial intelligence (AI) bootcamps, kicking off in Cape Town.
7 June, 2019
Johannesburg-headquartered fintech firm Fundrr aims to disrupt the local small and medium enterprise (SME) financing market, offering R1 billion worth of funding to local businesses online.
7 June, 2019
Software giant Microsoft has announced plans to extend its Women in Cloud: Microsoft Cloud Accelerator Programme (WIC:MCAP) to eight additional countries, including South Africa.
7 June, 2019
The combined impact of the Microsoft Azure data centres, the newly introduced Huawei Cloud service and the imminent launch of Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centres will create much opportunity in the local cloud ecosystem, potentially generating thousands of jobs.
7 June, 2019
Despite being first on the list of government’s consolidation plan, the communications and telecommunications departments are still in the process of establishing a unifiedministry that will drive SA’s ICT agenda
7 June, 2019
On 13 May 2019, Somalia's government announced that it has shut down social media to stop students from cheating during exams.
30 May, 2019
While president Cyril Ramaphosa's new executive has received mixed reactions, ICT industry commentators are pleased with the decision to keep Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams in her post.
30 May, 2019
In the absence of legislation that addresses cyber crimes, South Africa has become a safe haven for cyber criminals, said Corien Vermaak, cyber security specialist at Cisco.
30 May, 2019
Fresh on the heels of his inauguration, president Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the ministers that will make up his trimmed down national executive, including the reconfiguration of key government departments.
30 May, 2019
The internet is sure to be technologically enhanced through the launch of internet-providing satelites.  Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, rocketed the first 60 of nearly 12,000 internet-providing s
30 May, 2019
In view of the 4th Industrial Revolution, the jobs are indeed going to be changing.  Jobs that involved tasks will be taken over by robots.  Bridgewater Associates, the most successful hedge fund in the world, recently highlighted a 2016 study by McKinsey & Company that analysed wh
23 May, 2019
Internet shutdowns are becoming common in African countries.  Already in 2019 there have been shutdowns in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, Chad, Sudan and Zimbabwe.
23 May, 2019
There is much speculation and rumours about ANC’s deputy president, David Mabuza, reason for postponing swearing in as a member of the National Assembly.  Some rumours are that Mabuza was stepping down, and some debated possible candidates to replace him as the deputy president.  Calls for change
23 May, 2019
The South African President was elected unopposed by the National Assembly on Wednesday 22nd May 2019.  This was the 6th Democratic Parliament of the Republic.
23 May, 2019
The president of United States is waging a war with Huawei, and as a result, Donald Trump issued an executive order that led the US government to blacklist the company. 

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