The City of Joburg’s Mayor Parks Tau will unveil the paperless ehealth system in Soweto today.
After beung trained in digital skills, the Joburg Digital Ambassadors will be sent into communities to pass their knowledge on to residents.
The electronic patient system announced by Mayor Tau today aims to cut the average patient wait time to just 10 minutes.
The water shortage issue is a manageable problem, Pravin Gordhan has said.
Efforts to de-congest Sandton are still going ahead, as outlined by Johannesburg mayor Parks Tau at a press briefing this morning.
The launch is part of the city’s Smart City initiative and you can use up to 300MB of data per day.
The city aims to transfer all patient records onto a digital system in the next 18 to 24 months.
3 000 young people will be trained over 18 months to ensure digital literacy among Joburg residents.
The City of Joburg budget speech was delivered this morning in Sandton.
Mayor Parks Tau announces the first of the city’s “Blue Economy” projects.
City’s mayor says with just a bit more funding, the privately-owned Kelvin power station can help Jozi keep the lights on.
Braamfontein will also be “blanketed” with WiFi connectivity.
MOOV will help tackle the problem of access to higher education in the city.
Communities can report emergencies for free via USSD.
The City of Johannesburg will roll-out free WiFi to 30 libraries by 30 June this year.
Plan to upskill Joburg youth for high tech jobs gets underway at Sci-Bono.