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Cape Town proposes R260 million budget for broadband rollout

The City of Cape Town's total proposed budget for the 2017/18 financial year is R44.3 billion rand.

SA participates in UN broadband convention

Minister of Telecoms and Postal Services is one of 52 global Broadband Commissioners drawn from leaders presenting in Hong Kong.

#Budget2017: R1.9 billion goes to public broadband rollout

The 2017 Budget has made provision for government to connect 887 schools and 2 700 government institutions in the upcoming 2017/18 financial year.

Africa adds 100m new mobile broadband connections in 2016

Mobile broadband access is rising in Africa, but more needs to be done to bridge the digital divide.

Another setback for SA broadband policy as Connect tender withdrawn

A tender that was meant to connect government institutions and schools to the internet has been cancelled and the DA wants to know why.

Young subscribers, IoT are driving the need for better mobile broadband [Sponsored]

Ericsson's November 2016 Mobility report unpacks the key trends and growth predictions for our market through 2022.

[Press release] Eutelsat puts Africa broadband programme back on track with multi-year capacity...

Abu Dhabi, Paris, 27 October 2016 – Eutelsat Communications (NYSE Euronext Paris: ETL) and Yahsat, the Abu Dhabi-based international satellite operator, have signed a...

#MTBPS2016: Gov again failed to meet schools’ broadband connection target this year

The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services has again failed to connect any school or government building to broadband internet.

Something in air: how this cheap spectrum sniffing Linux box could help bring wireless...

This $60 box could be the key to making dynamic spectrum allocation a commercial success.

Minister Cwele wants to fast-track SA broadband

Minister Cwele reveals the government's Broadband War Room.

Over 40% of SA have a 4Mbps broadband connection

South Africa had the lowest 4 Mbps broadband adoption rate in the EMEA region by far, with just over one in four IP addresses connecting to Akamai.

Telecoms dep’t earmarks R250m for broadband rollout

The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services said it will still approach the private sector for additional broadband funding.

Solar powered TVWS chip could reduce broadband cost for the poor

Connecting people in remote areas to the internet is no easy feat but this chipset may provide a cost effecitve answer.