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The opposition Democratic Alliance will write to Public Protector Thuli Madonsela to ask her to expedite her probe into 2012’s ICT Indaba after the Sunday Times published damning new allegations at the weekend that communications minister Dina Pule’s romantic partner benefited

After considerable debate about this list between TechCentral’s editors, we have settled on our South African Newsmakers of 2012. These are the individuals, in ascending order from five to one, who we believe were the most newsworthy in the technology and telecommunications space this year. Also

The opposition Democratic Alliance’s annual report card of the cabinet is in, and communications minister Dina Pule has not emerged well, receiving an “E” for her performance in 2012.

“Pule’s involvement in the ICT Indaba scandal and her hand in the year of missed opportunities at Telkom

The Public Protector will investigate the possible conflict of interest involving communications minister Dina Pule and the recent ICT Indaba held in Cape Town, Democratic Alliance MP Marian Shinn said on Monday. Pule said this would “supplement the enquiry we instigated

Democratic Alliance MP and shadow communications minister Marian Shinn has reiterated her call for the public protector to investigate allegations surrounding the ICT Indaba held earlier this year and alleged conflicts of interest involving

Auditor-general Terence Nombembe has cleared communications minister Dina Pule of wrongdoing around the recent ICT Indaba hosted by the department of communications, the department said in a statement on Friday. This follows a series of reports in the Sunday Times in June and July in which it was

Communications minister Dina Pule is in the spotlight after a dossier of allegations against her was leaked to the Mail & Guardian this week. The dossier, substantial elements of which were independently confirmed to the M&G by communication department officials familiar with the circumstances, paints a picture

The department of trade & industry released its black economic empowerment (BEE) charter for the technology sector last month and it takes force with immediate effect. Although some companies in the sector already comply, others will have to move quickly if they’re to meet its stringent requirements