This session focused on innovative ways data helps solve complex public management, planning and administration issues.
The event brought together data scientists, government officials, researchers, private companies, and civil society organisations — all keen to share and learn about the possibilities that data can offer South Africa.
Mahomed Mohamed - Gauteng Department of e-Government
Bev Russell - CEO Social Surveys Africa at the Community Tapestry Sandpit
Kang’ethe Matheri - Managing Director at Spatial Data Initiatives, Agizo Solution
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Read the Event Blog - Three ways South African initiatives are using data to improve public governance