Ndesanjo Macha keynote at Digital Citizens Indaba 2007

Professor Fackson Banda opened the 2007 Digital Citizen Indaba. This is turning out to be an annual blogging conference. He welcomed everyone and introduced the keynote speaker, Ndesanjo Macha. Ndesanjo is a blogger, journalist, lawyer and digital activist. He is Read More →

Digital Citizens Indaba 2007 opens this Sunday

Tomorrow I will be flying to Port Elizabeth for the 2nd time in just under a month. This flight has been booked by the gracious hosts from the Journalism and Media studies department at Rhodes University, who are the organisers Read More →

WWW2007 – Keynote – Dr Chris Kotze FNB Online Banking in South Africa

Dr Chris Kotze, CEO of FNB Online, opened the 2nd day of the World Wide Web Applications Conference. He described online banking as the baby of the channels, mobile banking an even younger. More than 150, 000 “banking” users daily. Read More →

Keynote – Dr Pravin Gordhan: SARS and the Web

Dr Pravin Gordhan, commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (SARS) opened the WWW2007 conference with a keynote on SARS and the Web. More generally how government is using technology to alleviate poverty, create jobs. He asked many questions like: Read More →

World Wide Web Applications 2007 Conference

Today is the first day of the annual World Wide Web applications conference hosted this year by the University of Johannesburg, where I’m currently registered for a Masters in Information Science in the Department of Information and Knowledge Management. The Read More →

The Impact of Social Networking on the Value of Information

Last week I was invited to present a lecture at the University of Johannesburg by the Department of Information & Knowledge Management where I am an alumni as well as currently registered for my Masters degree in Information Science. Contact Read More →