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SA's suburbs are expected to have 360 000 active FTTH subscriptions by 2019.
SA's suburbs are expected to have 360 000 active FTTH subscriptions by 2019.
SA's fibre race heats up

Telkom leads the FTTH race, according to new research, while other players continue aggressive suburban rollouts.

WeChat adds digital wallet

The WeChat Wallet allows users to send money to friends, make easy payments and cash out at any Standard Bank ATM.

The new WeChat Wallet is powered by Standard Bank.

TechSoup provides global tech donation platform

TechSoup partners with SANGONeT in South Africa to provide technology resources to non-profit organisations.

The non-profit expands its tech philanthropy programme to 236 countries and territories with the launch of TechSoup.Global.

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Chinese threat forces Tellumat restructuring

The local company merges its ICT infrastructure to fend off competition from the likes of ZTE and Huawei.

Telkom's broadband appointment in contention

Opposition parties again raise questions over Telkom's appointment as the lead agency for the national broadband deployment.

All banking to be done on wrists by 2020

A new study finds the global number of banking apps accessed via smartwatches will reach more than 100 million by 2020.

Nashua Mobile sale hurts Reunert earnings

The disposal saw Reunert's basic earnings per share down 50%, while earnings from continuing operations grew strongly.

Microsoft adds new tutorial to Hour of Code

Hour of Code participants will be able to test out their coding skills on popular video game platform, Minecraft.

Green car technologies compete

Asian automakers develop cars powered by hydrogen in a bid to woo green car buyers from Tesla Motors.

Dell admits security hole in new laptops

The PC-maker acknowledges a security hole exists in some of its recently shipped laptops.


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