Newsflashes

26 February, 2021
Most strategic discussions in boardrooms around the world will include cloud-based offerings because the services offered have become fundamental to a modern, resilient enterprise.
26 February, 2021
Leading South African maths author and educator Mark Phillips and his talented team of Mindbourne co-authors, translators, and videographers have developed a brand-new series of Advanced Programme and Core Mathematics textbooks and resources for local schools and educators.  
26 February, 2021
The concept of remote working is likely to continue beyond the COVID-19-induced lockdowns that saw more people working from home.  
26 February, 2021
Gauteng premier David Makhura has pointed to ICT and digital services, with a focus on the gig economy, as among the critical sectors to revive the provincial economy.
26 February, 2021
With the careers of the future leaning more and more heavily on computer based skills, it’s about time the South African schooling system adopted some new subjects to better equip learners with the skills they’ll need.
19 February, 2021
In recent years, Africa’s younger generation has begun to associate farming with bare sustenance and discard it as a viable career path.
19 February, 2021
The words “Indigenous feminism” can be triggering in Indigenous communities. I’ve read op-eds in the Navajo Times saying “feminism is against our culture,” and when I do workshops on the topic, audiences are often defensive and push back on the phrase. I get it.
19 February, 2021
When first looking at an Internet of Things (IoT) project, you might think it looks cut-and-dry. Then the proverbial rug is pulled from under you.  
19 February, 2021
Helen Mort couldn’t believe what she was hearing. There were naked photos of her plastered on a porn site, an acquaintance told her. But never in her life had she taken or shared intimate photos. Surely there must be some mistake?
19 February, 2021
Twitter, apparently with a bee within its bonnet, has started banning a whole load of South African accounts, with a special emphasis on influencers. According to MyBroadband, Twitter users first noticed the trend in bans this past weekend, particularly on 13 February.
19 February, 2021
The Parliamentary Committee of Communications and Digital Technologies has agreed to invite Facebook to answer questions around misinformation surrounding the 2021 elections.  
19 February, 2021
The City of Cape Town's Urban Management Directorate is inviting applications from suitable not-for-profit organisations to apply for grant funding to implement a food garden project in partnership with the City.  
19 February, 2021
As South Africa closes out a difficult 2020, the struggle of the year is clearly evident with the unemployment rate hitting a record 30.8%, millions of families battling food insecurity and learners who had no access to digital education resources during lockdown facing uncertain results.
19 February, 2021
The Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPIA) commenced on 1 July 2020 with a grace period of 12 months meaning that official enforcement will commence on 1 July 2021.
19 February, 2021
Two technology giants have joined forces to introduce an all-women virtual forum that will bring women in the South African tech space together to learn from each other, share their challenges and empower a new breed of leaders in the industry.  

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