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Cwele welcomes ICT Policy White Paper, but there will be problems

The paper calls spectrum “important utility and a public good” and call on all spectrum owners to work together, instead of it being assigned to a single party.

Minister Cwele wants to fast-track SA broadband

Minister Cwele reveals the government's Broadband War Room.

“In global standings, we are not doing well” – Cwele

Minister Cwele rather candidly delves into the connectivity challenges facing the country, promises action to address them.

Cabinet approves Electronic Communications Amendment Bill

Minister Siyabonga Cwele has praised Cabinet for two landmark decisions.

Telecoms Minister: “South Africa’s ICT is not in crisis”

Dr Siyabonga Cwele was quick to add that ICT isn’t something that can be rushed, as there are a lot of factors involved.

“Townships should have same access to broadband as Sandton” – telecoms minister

Siyabonga Cwele reiterates commitment to South Africa Connect and targets for universal access by 2020.

Icasa preparing invitations to apply for high demand spectrum and WOAN

Icasa has said the process is taking a bit longer so as to follow due process.

Department of Home Affairs says ID system will be overhauled

Department of Home Affairs to new ID system that will improve the management of asylum seekers.

Icasa withdraws Invitation to Apply for spectrum issued in 2016

The withdrawal follows an agreement made with the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services in September.

SAP’s Africa Code Week 2018 aims to develop skills in 38 African countries

SAP's annual Africa Code Week initiative aims to teach 600 000 learners across the continent some valuable coding skills during October.

The current state of free public WiFi in South Africa

Free public WiFi is on the rise in South Africa, we explore what government and the private sector has done thus far, and look at the current options.
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SA could see lowered data costs by August 2018

Only 17% of those living in Southern African countries have access to the internet.