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22 January, 2021
The Kingdom of Eswatini has become the first African country to join the outgoing Trump administration’s “Clean Network” programme an initiative aimed at limiting Chinese companies from access to sensitive sectors such as cloud computing and 5G mobile networks.  
22 January, 2021
Reflecting on Kramer’s essay, “Foundation Payout Policy in Economic Crises,” I find his data and analysis to be unimpeachable. He marshals the facts and posits a set of conclusions that are equally inevitable and incontrovertible.
22 January, 2021
How many emails are in your inbox? If the answer is thousands, or if you often struggle to find a file on your computer among its cluttered hard drive, then you might be classed as a digital hoarder.  
22 January, 2021
Two weeks ago Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp gave its users an ultimatum: Agree with its new privacy policy by 8 February or delete your account.
22 January, 2021
The key insight making this possible is that many properties of biological systems can be interpreted in terms of words and sentences. “We’re learning the language of evolution,” says Bonnie Berger, a computational biologist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  
22 January, 2021
WhatsApp has today announced that they will give more time for their recent service terms update that caused an uproar on social media.
22 January, 2021
Globally, healthcare organisations have accelerated adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) with the ones still implementing frameworks planning to go live within 24 months. Hardly surprising given the improved consumer engagement that result from the technology.  
22 January, 2021
What the new generation of cloud-native applications can do, and what happens to those left behind.
22 January, 2021
South Africa’s genomic scientists have found the new coronavirus variant driving the country’s resurgence of new cases is about 50% more transmissible than earlier versions.  
22 January, 2021
In 2012 a tragic gymnastics accident left Brandon Beack wheelchair-bound as a quadriplegic. Whilst Brandon was training, he lost concentration and he fell off the parallel bars, missing the safety mats and landing on his head.
22 January, 2021
If the South African financial industry can learn one thing from Experian's 2020 data breach, it is this: human fallibility is still the weakest link in the fight against cyberattacks.  
22 January, 2021
As the need for connectivity becomes increasingly fundamental to our way of life, the need to deliver quality and cost-efficient connectivity and services by private communication services providers is of paramount importance.  
22 January, 2021
Reskilling the workforce has been unsurprisingly identified as a strategic priority to achieve long term growth and sustainability in the aftermath of the pandemic.
22 January, 2021
It is important to note that there is a difference between being fully recovered and being ready to come out of isolation.  The following criteria are specified for de-isolation of a person who tests positive for Covid-19:
22 January, 2021
Although 2020 might have been a year that no one could have predicted, shrouded with uncertainty, technology was the one constant.

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