Newsflashes

3 April, 2020
With matters of grave financial importance, it’s always important to check the small print. As we learned from Johann Rupert’s “commitment” to providing relief funds in the fight against coronavirus, a gift isn’t always a straightforward gift.
3 April, 2020
Around the world, about 35 companies and institutions are racing to craft the much-needed vaccine for COVID-19, and The Guardian reports, that at least four of them have candidates ready for human trials.  At the forefront of these candidates is a proposed vaccine from Boston-based biotech Modern
3 April, 2020
As we head deeper into 2020, speculation, predictions and technology foresight are everywhere. But when it comes to cloud computing, no other technology has seen such rapid adoption across both the business and consumer sphere.
3 April, 2020
The West African Cable System (Wacs) cable, which connects South Africa to the UK, suffered a breakage off of the coast of England – inconveniencing South Africans with slow and unreliable Internet.
3 April, 2020
Africa Data Centres, the pan-African network of vendor-and carrier-neutral datacentres, has ranked Kenya in second place just behind South Africa in terms of the growth and development of its datacentre market.  
3 April, 2020
Similar to how big economies like China are taking advantage of technology resources in the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19), SA is leaning on mobile technology to curtail the spread of the disease.
27 March, 2020
The Summit supercomputer, the fastest supercomputer on Earth, has more computing power than any other non-distributed system. Earlier this month, the US Department a
27 March, 2020
As business and society, we are seeing a concerning increase in the transmissions of COVID-19 cases across multiple countries. The virus has had a far-reaching impact on our societies and is testing the resilience and tenacity of businesses and individuals alike.
27 March, 2020
Coronavirus cases in South Africa are rapidly climbing, and the spiralling outbreak recently prompted President Cyril Ramaphosa to take drastic steps to delay the spread of infection.
27 March, 2020
Google has pledged $10 million (R176 million) to a Distance Learning Fund that will help support educational organisations to provide remote learning opportunities through the use of technology.  
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.

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