Newsflashes

8 November, 2019
“How we use information as human beings is becoming ever more important,” So says Bill Hoggarth, enterprise information management (EIM) business unit manager at high-performing and secure ICT solutions provider, Datacentrix. Technology unites humanity into one big organism.
8 November, 2019
Once again, launched a free WiFi project named “Google Station” on Thurdsay 7th November. Google Station provides “fast, free and open” WiFi.
1 November, 2019
In many suburbs of Nairobi, a thriving industry for the last ten years has been university students and graduates doing assignments for their counterparts in North American and European universities.
1 November, 2019
A mover by the  Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT), to launch free online and on-site training in 5G and fourth industrial revolution (4IR) technologies in on the cards.
25 October, 2019
The comprehension regarding the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) is yet to be internalized by most South Africans.  Some of us think this is yet another political or economical rhetoric or jargon.  Some are caught up in a state of denial, thinking that all this hype shall pass, and things will
25 October, 2019
This morning, on 25th November, we were hit by the news that the City of Johannesburg computer network was attached by cyber criminals yet again.  This attach is described as a network breach which resulted in unauthorised access to the City’s information systems.
18 October, 2019
Microsoft’s Airband initiative is aiming at providing internet access to rural households in Africa and Latin America as its worldwide expansion mode.
18 October, 2019
Nearly 63 percent of people living in Africa lack internet access. In contrast, 11 percent of North Americans, 13 percent of Europeans and 48 percent of Asians lack internet access.
18 October, 2019
The commemoration of International Day for Universal International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) held this year in Pretoria, they expressed the need for a national effort to coordinate existing legislation, policies and initiatives to provide citizens with a basic level of unive
11 October, 2019
MTN Sudan has been implicated in human rights violation though the persistent internet shutdowns for more than five weeks in Sudan. Meanwhile shutdowns disrupt the free flow of information and create a cover of darkness that allows repression to occur without scrutiny.
11 October, 2019
Giz Asks, In this Gizmodo series, ask questions about everything from space to butts and get answers from a variety of experts. The question is “contemplated what might happen if the entire internet shut down at once?” Laura Brandimarte
11 October, 2019
The communications and digital technologies ministry is going back to the drawing board, looking for best practices to implement phase two of the ambitious government broadband project, SA Connect.
4 October, 2019
The United Nation’s deputy secretary-general, Amina Mohammed, launched an initiative aimed at plugging gaps in data to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the General Assembly in New York.  Launching Data for Now on Wednesday (25
4 October, 2019
The digital generation which is rapidly engulfing the whole world is changing lives and businesses.  This trend has affected government’s service provision tendencies.  Governments can no longer sit on comfort zones of providing services in the old fashioned ways.  The Fourth Industrial Revolutio
4 October, 2019
The European Union block has been involved in court action against Facebook in a number of privacy rulings.  Facebook warns that these actions could threaten freedom of speech if a worldwide obligation to hunt down content is imposed on the company and other technology giants.  Should the EU cour

NGO Services

NGO Services

NGO Events

S M T W T F S
 
 
 
 
 
1
 
2
 
3
 
4
 
 
6
 
7
 
8
 
9
 
10
 
11
 
12
 
13
 
14
 
15
 
16
 
17
 
18
 
 
20
 
21
 
22
 
23
 
24
 
25
 
26
 
27
 
 
29
 
30