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South Africa South Africa: Council Looks to ICT to Improve Education
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says the Council of Education Ministers (CEM) will push for the stronger use of ICT to radically transform basic education.
Kenya Kenya: Kiambu Chat Nominated for Social Media Awards
The county government "Kiambu Chat Call and Talk to The Governor" social media platform has been nominated on the upcoming social media awards as the most active.
South Africa South Africa: Deputy President Launches Public Service Month and Maponya Thusong Service
The Deputy President of South Africa launched the Public Service Month and the Maponya Thusong Service Centre, yesterday at Mapoyna Mall in Soweto. Public Service Month aims to instill and rebuild good ethics, morale and pride in public servants, it also puts emphasis on improving the way public servants work in their quest to deliver quality services to citizens. This year, Public Service Month celebrations will be held under the theme: “Reinventing the way Public Servants Work - Batho Pel ...
South Africa South Africa: Basic Services Continue to Improve
Basic services offered to the people of South Africa have had an impact on poverty, says Statistics South Africa (Stats SA). Releasing the non-financial census of municipalities 2013 results on Tuesday, Statistician General Pali Lehohla said the services rendered by municipalities have reduced poverty. “This cocktail of services has actually reduced poverty. The cocktail of services has had a major impact on poverty from a multiple poverty index point of view,” he said in Pretoria on Tuesday. ...
Kenya Kenya Increases e-Government Efforts, Burnishing International Image
Kenya, recognized as a developing-economy, e-government leader, has committed $900 million for electronic services in the last six months alone, but officials say more education is needed to foster acceptance of the new e-tools for public services.
Namibia e-Government Strategic Action Plan to Bring Services Closer to the People
Government Strategic Plan, which strives to promote a more efficient and effective government and to make it more accessible and accountable to citizens through the use of information and communication technologies.
South Africa South Africa: Innovation Dinner August 2014 Sponsors Revealed
Africa’s foremost ICT publication ITNewsAfrica.com, today announced that Hitachi Data Systems, Microstrategy, and Samsung are partnering up at the IT News Africa Innovation Dinner. Hitachi Data Systems develops comprehensive data storage solutions to help its customers protect and manage their most important strategic asset, their information. Focusing on the customer’s perspective, Hitachi Data Systems applies the best hardware, software and services from its range to uniquely satisfy customer ...
South Africa South Africa: Transport Projects Heart of Gauteng
The successful completion and full operation of Gautrain bears testimony to the capacity of government to deliver on large-scale public transport projects. “In the short-term, we will be expanding the Gautrain platform at the OR Tambo International Airport and increasing parking capacity at the Pretoria and Centurion Stations,” said Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Ismail Vadi. Delivering the department’s Budget Vote this week, the MEC said the extended operational times for the Sandton-Air ...
South Africa South Africa: Visa Centres Contribute to Job Creation
The newly established Visa Facilitation Centres will not only make the process of applying for visas much easier, but their existence will contribute to job creation. Speaking at the launch of the new Visa Facilitation Centre in Rivonia, in the north of Johannesburg, Home Affairs Director-General Mkuseli Apleni said about 92 South African nationals have been employed to work at the centres across the country so far. Apleni allayed fears that the centres would lead to job losses at Home Affairs ...
South Africa South Africa: Wider M-Health Scope on the Cards
Government's introduction of cellphone-based maternal health assistance may prove to be a springboard into broader mobile health programmes. This is according to the Praekelt Foundation – the technology partner running the Department of Health's (DOH's) MomConnect service. Marcha Bekker, business development manager at the Praekelt Foundation, says the partnership with government opens up "technical possibilities" to cater for a broader range of medical conditions. The SMS-based MomConnect ...
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