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Using the COPC Toolkit to plan integrated healthcare delivery
Using the COPC Toolkit to plan integrated healthcare delivery
Because healthcare is complex and costly it is imperative to efficiently and equitably define resource needs. In the 21st Century it is possible to...
‘Digital colonialism’: Why some countries want to take control of their people’s data
‘Digital colonialism’: Why some countries want to take control of their people’s data
There is a global standoff going on about who stores your data. At the close of June’s G20 summit in Japan, a number of developing countries
​SingularityU South Africa Summit 2019 full schedule announced
​SingularityU South Africa Summit 2019 full schedule announced
SingularityU South Africa has announced the final line up and schedule for the much-anticipated SingularityU South Africa Summit 2019. Bringing...
‘Boris the Baby Bot’: The little book about big data
‘Boris the Baby Bot’: The little book about big data
A Cape Town data privacy campaigner wants to get your children to start learning about their privacy online and make them aware of the growing...
Big data a game-changer for universities
Big data a game-changer for universities
At the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution, fears are often expressed that computers will replace human beings. The reality is, in many...
Cyril wants SA’s pupils up to code
Cyril wants SA’s pupils up to code
Last month, President Cyril Ramaphosa handed over computer tablets to grade 10s from Thahameso Secondary School in Phuthaditjhaba, in the Free...
Data-driven education SA’s success story
Data-driven education SA’s success story
Although much of the focus in preceding weeks has been on the recent announcement of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) results, in which the...
Stalwarts shop for education ideas
Stalwarts shop for education ideas
In a swanky ballroom at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong, Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor and freedom fighter, former Mozambican...
Spain approves contested data protection law
Spain approves contested data protection law
The Spanish senate approved on Wednesday a controversial online data protection law which critics say will allow political parties to target voters...
Internet access has become a human right, data inquiry hears
Internet access has become a human right, data inquiry hears
The need to communicate and access the internet has become a human right in South Africa and should be treated as such, Media Monitoring Africa has...
Low mobile data prices forecast
Low mobile data prices forecast
After years and years of complaints by South Africans about high data prices, new offering Rain Mobile is likely to shake up the market with prices...
Vodacom increases revenue on strong customer growth, cheap data deals
Vodacom increases revenue on strong customer growth, cheap data deals
Mobile services operator Vodacom on Tuesday said it increased group data revenue by 9.6% in the quarter to end-June 2018 on the back of increased...

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