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Virtual world left out of policy on universities’ international collaboration

The pandemic has underlined the need for effective research, teaching and learning through virtual platforms regardless of travel restrictions

Security at schools is not the community’s responsibility

It is unrealistic to expect vulnerable people to ensure that nearby schools aren’t vandalised or robbed

Times of unprecedented crisis present unique opportunities for unprecedented action

The world has a chance to improve the lives of women, especially those living in Africa

So much to give

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Reimagining initial teacher education

Preparing our children for the future begins with our educators. Focusing on ‘lifeworthy’ training is a good step

China wins the tech war in Africa

Huawei has built up a loyal following by both states and consumers who see through the US’s charges

Altron reveals a new brand

A single brand will improve the customer experience

Telkom turns to mobile and fibre as landline business takes knock

​Telkom is steering its business towards "new revenue streams", such as mobile, data and the internet

Tech’s not just for boys: Microsoft’s DigiGirlz expands career perceptions

Around 70 school pupils attended the event, which included speakers in what might not be considered conventional tech jobs

Women in tech talk about marginalisation and how to shatter glass ceilings

They believe they’re not taken seriously so a Cape Town conference was held to explore solutions.

Broadband failure costs SA dearly

The state's incompetence is hindering connectivity as well as its own developmental goals.

Broad online content regulation makes ICT experts uneasy

The Film and Publication Board says no one is being sidelined and there will be ample opportunity to discuss and change the policy document.

Concourt puts Sishen mining right dispute to bed

One of South Africa's most complex mining rights battles has finally been settled by the Constitutional Court.

Innovative use of ICTs for effective service delivery

CPSI honours innovative use of ICT in service delivery.

Cellphones cause road fatalities

Workshop addresses road deaths and driver distractions

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