The president weighed in to launch a training programme that promises one million youth jobs in three years. But is that even possible? Tiisetso Tlelima investigates.
Deon du Plessis looks at how sensors and smart devices promise to improve standards for 21st-Century workers.
Innovations in the way we transact are a miracle of the modern age, writes Adam Oxford. But do they compromise our banking security?
Ransomware, botnets and malware have all become part of our daily lexicon, but Brendyn Lotz explores how attackers might be using your smart home to compromise your security.
Brendyn Lotz explores how companies are blurring the lines between physical and cybersecurity.
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