Newsflashes

21 August, 2021
Many sectors are starting to pick up where they left off prior to level 4 lockdown restriction were implemented including South Africa’s extremely hard-hit education sector, with schools officially reopening on 19 July after weeks of learning time lost.  
21 August, 2021
Teraco Data Environments has completed construction of its JB3 data centre facility, located within the Isando Campus in Ekurhuleni, east of Johannesburg.  
21 August, 2021
What can 10,000 successful women achieve when gathered together sharing inspirational ideas? The prospects are bright and boundless.  
21 August, 2021
In 2018, there was a heated campaign across Bulgaria’s public sphere against the ratification of the Council of Europe Convention for Prevention and Combating of Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (known as the Istanbul Convention).
21 August, 2021
While digital transformation and the increasing demand for fourth industrial revolution (4IR) skills present a massive opportunity for economic growth in Africa, it is also critical to ensure that this growth is inclusive.
21 August, 2021
Former Washington correspondent, Tian Wei's statement that "any society that fails to harness the energy and creativity of its women is at a huge disadvantage", is a sad indictment of the prejudicial discrimination that women may face, particularly in South Africa, one of the most unequal countri
8 August, 2021
Twitter is one of the many social media platforms that have made it big in the online space. Millions of people use the app for entertainment purposes, but the platform also serves as a channel for breaking news and conveying information about a variety of topics.  
8 August, 2021
How is the centuries-old practice of caste being re-manifested in today’s digital cultures? How can we make a truly caste-sensitive media and internet?
8 August, 2021
Too many forms of global giving can actually undermine local accountability and perpetuate the dominant position of Northern NGOs. The PAL Network illustrates what a globally oriented (and even locally oriented) philanthropy can look like.  
8 August, 2021
Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t just want you logging in to his company’s products. He wants you living, working and even exercising inside them.  
8 August, 2021
Huawei South Africa recently held a job fair for 130 graduates from its ICT Academies at various tertiary institutions around the country. The aim of the event was to give students an opportunity to meet with potential employers.  
8 August, 2021
FNB is looking to recruit 300 experts with engineering, technology, data and quant skills to supplement its existing cohort of more than 5,000 equivalent skills.
8 August, 2021
The way companies view and approach Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC) strategies has changed drastically in the past year, largely due to the Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPI) which will come into effect from July 2021.
8 August, 2021
Global IT consulting firm Accenture has launched the Accenture Cloud Engineering Centre in SA, to train hundreds of cloud engineers in efforts to fuel Africa’s cloud computing boom.  
31 July, 2021
Frontline professionals are obligated to serve everyone who comes through their doors. Researchers investigate how they balance risk, moral emotions, and fear during a global health emergency.  

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