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SITA, Broadband Infraco and Sentech will deliver broadband in priority districts.
 
SITA, Broadband Infraco and Sentech will deliver broadband in priority districts.
Budget, service providers finally in place for SA Connect

Minister Siyabonga Cwele taps department entities to deliver broadband for the pilot phase of the national project, two years after it was scheduled to kick-off.

Net1 CEO takes early retirement

Serge Belamant will retire as Net1 CEO and director at the end of the month.

The company announces the retirement of Serge Belamant as CEO and director.


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Liquid Telecom names Kyle Whitehill as Neotel CEO

The ex-Vodacom executive tasked to oversee plans to make extensive upgrades and expansions to Neotel's network.

Google awards $50 000 to local fintech company

JUMO is the only South African start-up to qualify for the fourth class of the Google Developers Launchpad Accelerator.

Hey Jude takes off globally

The locally-developed personal assistant app, which uses real people to complete admin tasks, has over 3 500 users in five countries.

Massive tech glitch hits Joburg billing system

The failure results in hundreds of thousands of statements not being issued or issued incorrectly, and the city now suspects foul play.

SAPO looks to distribute SASSA payments

The SA Post Office is ready to help the South African Social Security Agency to take over payment of welfare grants.

MiX Telematics boosts subscriber revenue

The company posts a R321.7 million revenue, an increase of 4.8% from the fourth quarter of fiscal 2016.


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Cyber Crimes Bill still makes criminals of most of us This law is analogous to banning knives because they could be used in the commission of a crime, writes Ivo Vegter.

 

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Should you be worried about the new FICA regulation? With SA's international investments at stake, there's little chance this legislation will be toothless, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.

 

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