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Organisations aren’t positioned to tackle Cyber demands, survey reveals

The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) is driving change and digitalisation at an exciting pace, says global accounting organisation, Deloitte. New markets are being created and with every innovation, the world becomes more and more digitally connected.  Cyber is growing...

INTERVIEW: The days of one-dimensional service providers are over, says MTN CEO

"With the emergence of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), mobile technology innovation and quality network infrastructure become crucial to reshaping and improving living standards for more people. Mobile network operators need to be agile to accommodate innovations," says Godfrey...

FNB to open more branches in the wake of cancelled bank strike

South African financial services provider, FNB revealed on Tuesday, 8 October 2019, that it plans on growing its branch network by adding seven more branches to its already existing national footprint of 619 branches. Before the end of the...

South African’s to brace for nation-wide 4IR bank strike

The South African Society of Bank Officials (SASBO) - which boasts of a whopping 50 000 members, making it the most prominent financial union in the country - is set to undertake a nation-wide strike on Friday, 27 September....

Pan-African telecoms operator makes it’s mark on satellite industry

Pan-African telecommunications operator, Paratus announced on Wednesday, 25 September 2019, that it has successfully acquired a satellite teleport thanks to its subsidiary, Maxwell technology. Details of the transaction have yet to be disclosed. Paratus will now be able to...

The potential hidden in 4IR hype, myth, and conversation

There is thinking and then there is blue-sky thinking. The latter is defined by how industry and individual can look at a situation through the eyes of what could be, or what might be achieved. The former should be...

Cape Town smart city visualisation unveiled by Siemens

Automation company, Siemens unveiled a data visualisation of Cape Town at the World Economic Forum (WEF) conference. The visualisation, which was showcased to leaders from all over the globe, is said to illustrate how data is critical to transforming...

South African classrooms are getting a 4IR upgrade

The Eastern Cape Department of Education (ECDoE) has announced that it's set on introducing information and communication technology (ICT) to the classroom. This is part of the departments plan to ensure that its classrooms are prepared for the fourth...

Broadband Infraco intensifies its key role in connecting SADC

Great network infrastructure, sound financial support and meaningful partnerships are key to unlocking potential growth for the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Chief Executive Officer for Broadband Infraco, Andrew Matseke, says South Africa, which currently acts as the gateway for...

Huawei launches free 5G training for South African ICT students

Huawei South Africa has launched a free 5G training course for ICT postgraduates at two Gauteng universities, with plans to expand the programme across the country. The inaugural event kicked off at Wits University in Johannesburg and at the University...
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How Are Smart Contracts Transforming Financial Transactions?

In the dynamic landscape of financial technology, smart contracts emerge as a transformative force. These self-executing contracts, with terms...
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