The EFF that comes out of the elective conference will most likely no longer have a place for Godrich Gardee and Dali Mpofu, writes Ralph Mathekga.
The first draft of the Presidential Commission's blueprint on the Fourth Industrial Revolution is expected to be released in October, according to Communications, Telecommunications and Postal Services Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.
Almost the size of Pretoria, this 62,000 hectare private reserve on the border with Kruger National Park has upped its game against poaching with biometrics, sniffer dogs, and a huge WiFi zone.
Connecting objects such as cars to the internet can become a risky business if security threats aren't properly handled, says a networking expert.
South Africa is forecast to see a massive jump in internet traffic as more people switch to smartphones and other smart devices, according to a survey.
South Africans love sport, sunshine and boerewors - but web traffic also shows that locals love their online racy content too.
Networks equipped with 4G technology will generate 56.1% of total mobile data traffic in South Africa by 2019, says the company.
Despite the minimal reference to broadband in the State of the Nation, the government has a robust policy to roll out services, says an industry player.
Mobile data is set for an 11 fold growth in South Africa as machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and smart devices become more mainstream in the country.
Facebook may yet prove to be the biggest threat to Google's YouTube as an increasing number of people on the social network watch video.
US computer networking giant Cisco Systems has said it plans to slash some 6 000 jobs, or 8% of its global workforce in the coming year.
A South African reserve has all but ended rhino poaching with the help of state-of-the-art technology. Watch.
South Africa is using technology to keep poachers away from rhinos by tracking people moving in and out of a game reserve near Kruger National Park - whether it be by landing a helicopter, cutting through a fence or driving past the gate.
In light of South Africa’s internet population growing, Fin24 users say that it’s high time that the country steps up its internet speeds as well.
South Africans are racing to adopt video and are watching more and longer rich media clips on smartphones, new research shows.
The Internet Service Providers' Association has called on the government to spend more money on broadband as the country eyes the goal of universal access by 2020.
A new broadband centre intended to support the work of the Square Kilometre Array has been opened at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.
MTN has launched a data bundle package at lower cost but with a shorter expiration date to encourage data consumption on its network.
Blocking social media for employees might be tempting for managers looking to boost productivity, but such a policy may backfire, says a new security report.
Region is forecast to become the world’s fastest growing market for cloud services, says network equipment maker Cisco.
Online video will soon become the preferred method of communication for businesses as it allows for more efficient collaboration.
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