Government

Zille launches Western Cape investment website

Zille launches Western Cape investment website

A website showing the Western Cape’s capital infrastructure investment and delivery in municipalities was launched by premier Helen Zille on Wednesday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

EFF takes SABC ad complaint to Icasa

EFF takes SABC ad complaint to Icasa

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has received a complaint from the Economic Freedom Fighters after a party election advert was rejected by the SABC, Icasa said on Tuesday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

Broadcasting policy in the interests of SA — DoC

Broadcasting policy in the interests of SA — DoC

Spokesman for the department of communications, Siya Qoza, hits back at those critical of encrypted set-top boxes and his department more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

ANC to fix controversial employment equity clause

ANC to fix controversial employment equity clause

The ANC has made a submission to amend a controversial clause around demographics in draft employment equity (EE) regulations, the party’s provincial leader Marius Fransman said on Thursday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

Department of SMEs likely: ANC

Department of SMEs likely: ANC

The creation of a small and medium enterprises department is very likely, African National Congress national chairwoman Baleka Mbete said on Thursday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

SA Post Office targets online push

SA Post Office targets online push

The SA Post Office is upgrading its backbone datacentre infrastructure, applications and network as part of an R800 million “infrastructure refresh project”. more


General, Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

Fire white civil servants: Cosatu

Fire white civil servants: Cosatu

If the ANC wins the Western Cape in the May 7 general election, Cosatu will ask it to fire more than half the white senior civil servants, the Cape Argus reported on Thursday. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

Icasa pulls DA hearing forward

Icasa pulls DA hearing forward

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) says that the complaint brought by the Democratic Alliance (DA) will be heard tonight at 18:00. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

Free WiFi for Joburg

Free WiFi for Joburg

Johannesburg’s mayor, Parks Tau says he intends to roll-out 1,000 WiFi hotspots throughout the city. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

Icasa to hold hearing on DA complaint

Icasa to hold hearing on DA complaint

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) is to hold a public hearing on Thursday on a complaint by the DA against the SABC. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

No radio licences for some prominent South Africans

No radio licences for some prominent South Africans

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has denied some prominent South Africans radio licences more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

E-commerce to be regulated by Icasa

E-commerce to be regulated by Icasa

Amendments made to the ICASA Act and Electronic Communications Act (ECA) have brought a number of changes to the South African ICT landscape, including giving the regulator more responsibility, and slightly sharper teeth. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

DoC “desperate” to get rid of whistle-blower

DoC “desperate” to get rid of whistle-blower

Communications director general Rosey Sekese seemed “desperate” to get rid of whistle-blower, Wisani Ngobeni, when the latter started reporting irregularities at the department. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 3 months ago

Apartheid legacy still hounds the workplace: minister

Apartheid legacy still hounds the workplace: minister

Twenty years since South Africa’s first democratic election, remnants of apartheid remain in the workplace, according to Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant. more


Government - By SAPA | 3 months ago

Media house coy over R756 million contract

Media house coy over R756 million contract

The marketing agency named in the SIU’s investigation into a R756 million publicity tender with the Department of Communications says that it followed all due processes and shied away from allegations of corruption. more


Government - By Staff Writer | 4 months ago
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