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Policy making in government is currently not driven by the available data, said Sita's Dr Setumo Mohapi. 15 Mar 2018 - by Sibahle Malinga Maximising data in the private and public sector
Maximising data in the private and public sector
Policy making in government is currently not driven by the available data, said Sita's Dr Setumo Mohapi.

There is a lot of data stored on public and private platforms that has not yet been exploited to its full potential, says Sita's Dr Setumo Mohapi.

Dr Setumo Mohapi. 5 Mar 2018 - by ITWeb SITA CEO to present at ITWeb Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit 2018
SITA CEO to present at ITWeb Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit 2018
Dr Setumo Mohapi.

Dr Setumo Mohapi will present on data-driven public-private innovation at the event, taking place on 14 and 15 March at The Forum, in Bryanston.

SITA CEO Setumo Mohapi. 19 Feb 2018 - by Simnikiwe Mzekandaba SITA challenges ECape's procurement deviations
SITA challenges ECape's procurement deviations
SITA CEO Setumo Mohapi.

The agency calls time on being abused for following principled processes, and seeks an investigation into the Eastern Cape's broadband project.

SITA CEO Setumo Mohapi. 6 Dec 2017 - by Simnikiwe Mzekandaba Operation clean-up to root out corruption at SITA - CEO
Operation clean-up to root out corruption at SITA - CEO
SITA CEO Setumo Mohapi.

Internal corruption investigations at the State IT Agency have resulted in the exodus of 45 people over the past year, says CEO Setumo Mohapi.

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