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Cisco pledges $100m to address climate change crisis

The US-based big-tech company commits to spend $100 million over the next 10 years to help reverse the impact of climate change.

Apr 12, 2021

BPO sector cements its status in SA economic recovery

President Cyril Ramaphosa praises the growth of the business process outsourcing sector, saying it will boost SA’s economic reconstruction and recovery.

Mar 31, 2021

Vodacom commits R87m to vaccine storage, transportation

The telco will also deploy a state-of-the-art COVID-19 vaccine management platform across the African Union member states.


Online registrations for COVID-19 kick up a notch

The number of healthcare workers that have already registered for the COVID-19 vaccine via the online registration portal nears 800 000, the health department tells Parliament.


AYO seeks parliamentary probe, claims politics behind its woes

The firm says despite cooperating with all the probes it faced on alleged impropriety, it has been placed under unwarranted intense scrutiny.

Mar 15, 2021

Renewable energy contributed 10% to SA’s grid in 2020

The country has been gradually adding renewable energy to the grid, increasing installed capacity from 467MW in 2013 to 5 027MW in 2020, says the CSIR.

Mar 12, 2021

SA urged to launch urgent ICT skills revolution

An industry leader says the country needs an ICT skills revolution that will drive change in the economy.


Coding, robotics curriculum pilot to finally get going in 2021

Plans are well under way to roll out the Department of Basic Education’s coding and robotics curriculum, reveals president Cyril Ramaphosa.


Gauteng zeros in on digital economy for jobs, economic recovery

Premier David Makhura identifies ICT and digital services, with a focus on the gig economy, as among the critical sectors to revive the provincial economy.

Feb 17, 2021

Malema casts doubt on Ramaphosa’s spectrum auction plans

The Economic Freedom Fighters bemoans the lack of progress in allocating spectrum, warning that if corruption influences the process, data costs will remain high.


SASSA urges use of online channels as COVID-19 grant is extended

The South African Social Security Agency encourages COVID-19 grant recipients to use the online channels at their disposal for application amendments, or to lodge appeals.

Feb 15, 2021

Renewables industry stands ready for action on energy crisis

The country’s wind and solar energy industries welcome president Cyril Ramaphosa’s drive to boost the renewable energy sector.

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