Newsflashes

9 April, 2021
If we may sour the mood for a second, job hunting has become incredibly difficult in the last while. Even before the world was consumed by a pandemic, finding work was a challenge that’s just become even more taxing.
9 April, 2021
Africa’s mobile users are increasingly concerned about the mobile risks and the potential for digital identity theft; however, this is not stopping them from using their favourite messaging platforms and applications.  
9 April, 2021
The pandemic has picked an existing wound in our country's socio-economic skin.
9 April, 2021
Scientific studies increasingly show the value of tobacco harm reduction tools such as vapes for smokers, and yet legislative bodies continue turning a blind eye to the important role they play in smoking cessation.
9 April, 2021
For the longest time, the creative arts industry has played a pivotal role in society but can sometimes be undervalued in certain societies. Hence the F.A.M.
9 April, 2021
The Information Regulator of South Africa is developing an online portal for the registration of information officers (IOs) and deputy information officers (DIOs), which it says is expected to be live by the end of April.  
9 April, 2021
Vodacom, MTN and Telkom the three largest mobile operators in SA have dropped their data prices, saying the reduced rates will drive digital transformation in response to the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.  
2 April, 2021
The community of the African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG) has lost a mentor and trainer following the death of faculty member Makane Faye in a road traffic accident in Senegal on Friday, 26 March 2021, while he was travelling to Dakar from the holy city of Touba.  
2 April, 2021
If community is the focus of your organisation, you have a superpower that can grow your bottom-line.  
2 April, 2021
YouTube recently announced that it is experimenting with temporarily removing the dislike button to prevent “dislike mobs” from negatively influencing content and channels.  
2 April, 2021
For many people, video games are something that they play alone. Often, gamers are seen as people who spend a lot of time in their game room or bedroom, playing the latest game releases.
2 April, 2021
Facebook and WhatsApp are engaged in a furious battle with South African technology company GovChat, which facilitates engagement between citizens and their elected officials.  
2 April, 2021
We’ve long known that South Africa is able to compete on an international stage. In everything from the arts to tech to scholastic achievement, SA has the potential to take on the best the world has to offer and this is no different.
2 April, 2021
Anglo American Kumba Iron Ore, in partnership with the Northern Cape Provincial Department of Education (DoE), recently launched a major education programme to improve learner outcomes in 27 early childhood development (ECD) sites and 26 schools local to its mining operations, namely Kolomela in
2 April, 2021
Saica would like to focus on two significant developments related to the future of sustainability reporting in South Africa and globally, writes Loshni Naidoo, Saica project director for sustainability, integrated thinking and reporting.  

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