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Dirty EOH’s clean-up plan makes strides

The technology service company has cut its debt from R4-billion to R2-billion in just two years. Its reputation was harmed by corruption that has come to light during the inquiry into state capture

TikTok chief Kevin Mayer quits company

Mayer's resignation comes days after TikTok filed a lawsuit challenging a crackdown by the US government over claims the wildly popular social media app can be used to spy on Americans.

Beware of Big Business bearing gifts

Large corporates whose business has thrived because of inequalities, could be hijacking the anti-racist movement by offering money and not tangible changes

Build infrastructure to support the fourth industrial revolution

Technology has the potential to solve many of the country’s social problems such as electricity production and the eradication of pit latrines

South Africa must have a stake in artificial intelligence technology

The country needs an institute that will be a conduit for AI knowledge to industry, society and government

The workplace today through the lens of augmented humanity

There is huge generational diversity in the workplace today

Microsoft’s culture of innovation

A rich and resilient internal culture creates an environment that embraces diversity and inspires constant learning

YouTube comments disabled during US hate crime hearing

'Hateful comments' during congressional hearing on white nationalism prompts YouTube to disable comments section

Microsoft co-founder, investor, philanthropist Paul Allen dead at 65

Allen died just two weeks after publicly revealing that non-Hodgkin's lymphoma he fought into remission nine years ago had returned

‘Paving the Future with Technology — Innovation Beyond Gender and Generations’

In 2020, computer programming will become a compulsory subject in all Japanese elementary schools

Tech companies are successfully disrupting terrorist social media activity

Companies, such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft are working together to take down terrorist propaganda

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

Connecting isiXhosa, isiZulu to the digital age

Software tools for South Africa’s Nguni languages may assist with redress and effective communication.

If we can’t trust Kaspersky, can we trust Microsoft?

An intelligence agency may still break into software companies to backdoor their software, and probably will.

Microsoft to open two data centres in Johannesburg, Cape Town

The technology company will now reach 40 regions globally.

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