Joburg leads Africa in AI

Johannesburg is fast becoming Africa’s artificial intelligence (AI) tech capital, according to research released by the AI Media Group. Launched in early 2018 the AI Media Group set out to create a new hybrid analysis, trade and advisory operation, says founder and...

N3 highway is open after last week’s attacks

Minister of Defence Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has assured the nation that the N3 highway between Johannesburg and Durban is open after it was closed following the attacks last week. The minister said on Sunday that despite getting a message earlier that the highway was...

Local online retailer expands its operations

Finger click screen with Digiral Economy word with keyboard on wooden table,,Business concept. Yebo Fresh, a Cape Town-based online retailer that delivers food and household goods to households, shops and organisations, has now expanded its operations to Johannesburg....

Ministerial committee to meet over electoral system

The Ministerial Advisory Committee on the Electoral System will hold its first consultative meeting with key stakeholders on 30 March 2021 at Constitutional Hill in Johannesburg. Home Affairs Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, formed the ministerial committee in February...

Police deny reports regarding shooting a female protestor

The South African Police Service (SAPS) has denied shooting and wounding a person during the ongoing student protests in Johannesburg. In a statement, SAPS spokesperson Vishnu Naidoo said police had taken note of a video circulating and reports of a female that was...
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