The pandemic is seeing British telecoms providers make moves to help their customers working remotely.
South Africa is committed to support Huawei, President Ramaphosa confirms.
Since January 2014, overall prices for telecommunication equipment have fallen by 36%, StatsSA said.
Increased demand for better connectivity to the web will fuel demand for fibre, says SEACOM.
Is this just procedural or will the networks open the fight again?
White paper comes under fire from pro-competition group.
Starting Africacom 2016 with a bang this morning, Ericsson made three significant announcements aimed at driving cost efficiency, simplicity and accessibility in the sub-Saharan Africa telecoms industry.
Telkom announces it has “ended all discussions related to the potential purchase of Cell C”.
Network is ready, but the handsets are not.
Pakamile Pongwana, the CEO of ICASA, issued a long statement to the media today. Here it is in full.
The internet has changed how we consume media. Do you remember popping into the corner video shop to rent a movie or two for the weekend? Or searching the racks at a music store for that much-coveted album? Today, it’s so much easier to find the content you need. And if you have an internet […]
Third operator vents frustration at confusion over merger approval.
No contracts, no compromises. Just fast, reliable and flexible connectivity for your ADSL or VDSL needs.
The number of women employees in telecoms grew over three years, but still remained relatively low compared to men.
Second Joburg suburb sets sites on superfast access.
Thoughtworks’ head lays down five point plan for economic transformation through tech.
After a consultation period, Telkom will continue to retrench staff.
Spokesperson calls for public debate about the rights and wrongs of state surveillance.