Category archives for: Governance

Huawei enhances ICT training at Kenya varsity

Huawei and CUEA

from MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya NAIROBI, (CAJ News) – HUAWEI Technologies has invested KSh5,3 million ($52 700) at a Kenya private university to enhance training and equip learners with skills to address national and global challenges through technology. The provision of ultra-modern training equipment furthers the Chinese firm’s partnership with Zetech University. The deal […]

Zimbabwe accelerates regional SMART border systems

Faith Mazani, Zimbabwe Revenue Authority Commissioner
General

from NDABENI MLOTSHWA in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe VICTORIA FALLS, (CAJ News) – ZIMBABWE, occupying a strategic geo-political position in Southern African trade routes, is utilising modern technologies to promote the SMART borders concept. Government and revenue officials said this was necessary considering the country is the gateway to the region’s North-South corridor, through the Beitbridge […]

Massive adoption of AI despite talent gap

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – THE number of organisations employing artificial intelligence (AI) have grown by 270 percent over the past four years despite talent shortages in the sector. These are the findings of Gartner, the research and advisory company, in its 2019 Chief Information Officers (CIO) Survey. Results showed that organisations across […]

SMEs benefit from new finance management app

Anthon Muller, Vodacom Executive Head for Enterprise Mobility Service

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SMALL businesses in the continent have received a boost following the launch of what is heralded as a mobile-first financial and business management application. The app, a partnership between Vodacom Business and Fiskl, redesigns the way day-to-day finances are managed in a small business, the companies said. It […]

Zimbabwe defends condemned internet shutdown

Zimbabwe internet unblocked

from NDABENI MLOTSHWA in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe BULAWAYO, (CAJ News) – THE Zimbabwean government has justified a blackout in internet connectivity after days of violent protests by citizens over economic problems. The Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting argued the Interception of Communications Act provides for the issuing of a warrant to interfere with communications where […]

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