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The City of Johannesburg said on Friday that it has detected a “network breach”, which resulted in unauthorised access to its information systems. Click here to discuss this article.

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City of Jo’burg says it’s been hit by cyberattackers

4IR Commission presents draft diagnostic report

The Presidential Commission on the fourth Industrial Revolution has presented President Cyril Ramaphosa with its draft diagnostic report on the country’s 4IR plan and opportunities available to harness it.

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4IR Commission presents draft diagnostic report

Jeff Bezos is about to relinquish the title of world’s richest person to Bill Gates, as Amazon.com shares tumbled in late trading on Thursday. Click here to discuss this article.

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Jeff Bezos is set to lose his crown as world’s richest person

DCDT and Huawei partner for women’s skills development

Promoted | Huawei South Africa has partnered with the department of communications & digital technologies to deliver a tailor-made 5G course for the department’s women staff.

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DCDT and Huawei partner for women’s skills development

Eskom warns electricity system ‘severely constrained’

Eskom warned on Monday night that forced blackouts could return at short notice due to the “unexpected loss of some generation units over the weekend”.

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Eskom warns electricity system ‘severely constrained’

Failing cities stymie South African bid to revive growth

South African municipalities’ inability to provide consistent power is exacerbating supply disruptions by the debt-stricken state electricity utility, hobbling efforts to revive the nation’s economy.

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Failing cities stymie South African bid to revive growth

Will renewables cut electricity prices in South Africa? It’s complex

The transition from fossil fuels to cleaner energies is a global pursuit. But it’s faster and more intensive in some countries than others. Take the case of South Africa.

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Will renewables cut electricity prices in South Africa? It’s complex

Backspace: ‘Museum piece’

View the latest contribution from TechCentral cartoonist Jerm.

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Backspace: ‘Museum piece’

Turkish software companies have not been around for long but they are competing head-to-head with leading tech giants of the world. The latest success story is Etiya, Turkey’s record-breaking software company which began operations only a decade ago. …

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Turkey’s record-breaking software company eyes the big league

New gov’t website to make it easier to register a business

Government has launched the pilot phase of a new business portal, led by the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission.

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New gov’t website to make it easier to register a business

Transnet has officially put its world record-breaking 375-wagon train into operation on its manganese line between Sishen and Saldanha Bay. Click here to discuss this article.

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Transnet launches the world’s longest train – length, 4km

Liquid Telecom upgrades core network in South Africa

Liquid Telecom South Africa said on Thursday that it has built enhancements into its core network that will offer customers “near-unlimited bandwidth capacity”.

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Liquid Telecom upgrades core network in South Africa