Not long ago cloud computing and "bring your own device" to work began to change the way businesses and individuals used technology. This is now expanding to include the concept of the "Internet of Things" (IoT).
South Africa's ocean economy - which includes fishing and ship repairs and services - has the potential to create between 800,000 and one million direct jobs through Operation Phakisa Communication Minister Faith Muthambi
The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has been thrown a lifeline and could soon be out of a controversial multimillion-rand bus technology contract with Lumen Technologies, after the Cape Town-based company was liquidated.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has accused "some media houses" and other unknown people of conducting deliberate cyber-attacks on the website of the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) which is responsible for the hugely unpopular electronic tolls in Gauteng.
The order book of French transport and power firm Alstom doubled in its first quarter ended June compared with the same three months last year - thanks largely to its sizeable passenger rail contract in SA.
One of Durban's leading maritime law firms, Velden Pike Nichols, will be joining the maritime, transport and logistics practice at pan-African corporate law firm, Bowman Gilfillan, with effect from 1 August this year.
One of the government's biggest challenges with regards to ensuring public transport service delivery is a lack of integrated, real-time information. This comes as a result of an environment with many different service providers, both publicly and privately owned.
Despite new technologies enabling electronic storage of information, 90% of local businesses are still storing documents in paper format, according to a study released by JSE-listed storage management company Metrofile.