It’s in the post
Pity the post office workers of the world: dogs, rain, and hills, not to mention IT.
In pursuit of technical excellence
Hleziphi Siyothula-Mtshizana is the founder of In Pursuit Projects and Technology Services, working to change the skills and energy mix in South Africa for the next generation.
A life for learning
Nomusa Keninda, winner of the IITPSA’s Social Responsibility/ Community award, is the founder and driver of the Mpumalanga ICT Club.
Giving the gift of skill and consciousness
Mamela Luthuli, the IITPSA’s IT Personality of the Year, is a successful business owner, and skills-builder.
The little car that could
After months of delays, Great Wall Motors (GWM) launched the least expensive electric vehicle (EV) in South Africa.
Modelling the Southern Ocean’s ice dynamics with more efficient, locally-developed instruments.
South Africa’s libraries in the digital age
The internet has transformed the traditional library. Experts in information literacy, librarians help users navigate the online world, and find, evaluate, and use information effectively.
Of complex history and scary future
It’s hard to believe that Tetris, the mesmerising game of falling coloured blocks, has such a complex history
Money, not mysticism, behind OpenAI coup
The tech industry in California has a long history of attracting brilliant weirdos and dreamy geniuses.
Big tech can’t be trusted with GenAI
The tech barons are still drinking their own Kool-Aid, but most people have lost the taste for it.
The SIU’s technology toolbox
The Special Investigating Unit’s role is to support a capable state. For CIO Tumelo Zwane, having the necessary technological solutions to enable their investigations is imperative.