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  1. Jan

    First 100kW Platinum Power Fuel Cell launched in South Africa

    Platinum power fuel cell launched in South Africa Africa’s first ever 100-kilowatt fuel cell that runs on platinum and natural gas.
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    Did SA spend €2 million on Spyware?

    Did SA government blow €2-million on spyware? New information from WikiLeaks suggests that South Africa spent over €2-million on “weaponised German surveillance malware”
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    Jinko Solar to open R80 million facility in Cape Town

    R80 million U.S. solar plant to open in Cape Town United States company Jinko Solar will open its R80 million, 120 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) module production facility in Cape Town
  4. jes

    Slow Internet crippling South Africa: DA

    Slow Internet crippling South Africa: DA South Africa’s slow Internet is crippling economic growth and job creation, according to the Democratic Alliance
  5. jes

    South African Spy Files link deepens to the tune of R3.6m

    South African Spy Files link deepens to the tune of R3.6m Privacy International has questioned government grants totalling just under R3.6-million given to VASTech, an SA-based mass surveillance equipment maker.
  6. jes

    Reverse engineering software should be allowed, says Trade & Industry Dept.

    Reverse engineering software should be allowed, says Trade & Industry Dept. The reverse engineering of computer programs should be allowed in South Africa, according to the Department of Trade and Industry
  7. jes

    SA Internet users must be allowed to copy and share (for research): DTI

    SA Internet users must be allowed to copy and share (for research): DTI Copying and sharing “from electronic sources” for educational and research purposes must be allowed in South Africa, the DTI recommended
  8. jes

    CD to MP3 conversion may be legal in South Africa, one day

    CD to MP3 conversion may be legal in South Africa, one day A report from the copyright review commission suggests that “private use” rules be revamped in SA
  9. jes

    Online pirates' Internet connections to be cut off in SA?

    Online pirates' Internet connections to be cut off in SA? The minister of trade and industry released a copyright review report which calls for harsh steps against online pirates in South Africa
  10. J

    Ebrahim Mohammed appointed as acting consumer commissioner

    New acting consumer commissioner appointed Ebrahim Mohammed has been appointed acting consumer commissioner
  11. jes

    ICT sector code for BEE gazetted

    ICT sector code for BEE gazetted The long-awaited ICT sector code for BEE was recently published by the Minister of Trade and Industry
  12. QuintonB

    DTI's Rob Davies defends dropping Mohlala

    DTI defends Mohlala drop Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has defended his department’s decision not to renew the contract of the head of the National Consumer Commission (NCC).
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