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25 July, 2019
This Mandela Day the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Association of Southern Africa (LPGSASA), along with a few of their members joined hands to assist the Lifetree Community Project in Kya Sand, Randburg Johannesburg.
25 July, 2019
FaceApp has created privacy panic among internet users amid speculation that it can see and upload all your photo.  That is not true.  However, we need to think twice before downloading any new app.  Think about the permission we allow any artificial intelligence to access our information in the
25 July, 2019
The agricultural sector in Africa is under pressure to accelerate its productivity capacity in order to meet demands set by the population growth. This sector has an opportunity to unleash economic growth by producing food for the entire world.
25 July, 2019
The fourth industrial revolution  (4IR) has already begun, but some of us seem to think of it as a pipedream.  Technocrats and ITC Technicians and Academics usually bombard us with high level of digital literacy, including a dozen of digital ….However, the recent Digital Economy Summit was differ
25 July, 2019
Facebook is facing the wrath of the regulators in relation to it’s breaching of the privacy of internet users.  As civil society, we need to be aware of the internet rights to privacy and security.  The Five Billion Dollar fine forces Facebook executives to deeply consider the decisions they make
19 July, 2019
State owned enterprises in South Africa have a long history, dating back to the 19th century.  These companies were established during the reign of Paul Kruger.  The aim of the Afrikanner Republic was to foster economic independence from the British capitalists. 
19 July, 2019
It is always refreshing to see some companies taking the initiative to upskill the youth especially the in critical skills. With majority of the youth being unemployed, this is a good platform for them to kick start their professional careers.
19 July, 2019
The inevitability of technology being at the centre of everything in almost every organization might come sooner rather than letter. Artificial Intelligence will be the cornerstone of every organization so it will be advisable for companies to start preparing now for the future.
19 July, 2019
  While skills are related to employment, the skills shortage in cyber security means that South Africa is facing a problem which is global in nature.  This problem needs to be addressed urgently in order to participate fruitfully within the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 
19 July, 2019
The 4th Industrial Revolution demands changes to certain specific careers, which means specific ITC skills such as data science and analytics skills.  This demand implies that some careers will cease to exist.  Therefore, as a country, we need to prepare our young to play a meaningful
12 July, 2019
Technology has given us new terminology since its commercialization.  One such term is “Data Mining”, meaning that corporations track the behaviour of users of the technology gadgets such as smart phones to ‘develop products’ and ‘provide more services’. 
12 July, 2019
Corruption has increased in South Africa in the past twelve (12) months.  This must surely make us think hard, since up to the year 2010, the number one and number two of the most serious global challenges were poverty and environment.  However, it has been reported recently that corruption is no
12 July, 2019
It has now emerged that Russian Intelligence started a conspiracy theory regarding the president of Russia, Puttin’s war on America and the issue of Donald Trump’s election into the presidency.  We need to study the facts of these news, since some of them are considered to be “Fake News”.  Howeve
12 July, 2019
Telecommunications experts discussed the importance of infrastructure investments towards the development of African Internet connectivity and terrestrial networks.  This is said to be most instrumental in facilitating the development and growth of the African Digital Economy.

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