The reported surveillance of South African and Turkish delegations during the G20 summit in Britain should serve as a wake up call to government
There was no “back door pipeline” to BlackBerry SA’s platform, the cellular phone company has following reports that the UK government had been monitoring e-mails and phone calls
Potential job cuts and the disposal of money-losing assets is looming at Telkom, Business Report reported on Tuesday.
Reports that Britain spied on G20 delegates, including South Africa, during meetings in London in 2009, should be investigated
The DA’s call for access to e-toll documents was “surprising” as they were available on Sanral’s website
“It would appear that e-tolling will have little benefit for South Africa other than fattening a foreign company’s bank balance”, says DA
Cosatu is appalled that an Austrian e-tolling company expects to make about R664 million a year from the Gauteng e-tolling system, the trade union federation said on Thursday.
International journalists stationed outside the Pretoria hospital where former president Nelson Mandela is believed to be receiving treatment were warned about their equipment
Facebook is introducing hashtags, the number signs used on Twitter, Instagram and other services to identify topics being discussed
Eskom, contractors and trade unions have signed a pact to steady labour relations at two new power stations under construction