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Enterprise players must start batting on the mobility field.

WhatsAPP OTT partnerships

Operators will soon have no choice but to explore joint ventures.

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The decision on Vodacom's R7 billion buyout of Neotel is in its penultimate stage.
The decision on Vodacom's R7 billion buyout of Neotel is in its penultimate stage.
Vodacom-Neotel deal may spark copycats

The long-awaited tie-up could spur further market consolidation in SA.

Union takes Telkom fight to court

Solidarity will approach the labour court to obtain an urgent interdict against Telkom retrenchments.

Solidarity approaches the labour court to get an interdict against Telkom's planned retrenchment process. 

Drones go beyond 'dramatic shots'

Comprehensive drone regulations come into effect in SA today.

Regulations surrounding the use of drones come into effect today, opening a wide range of potential uses for the technology.

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Gautrain gets mobile connectivity

Gautrain commuters can now experience mobile connectivity underground, at three stations in Johannesburg, and additional technical infrastructure it still to come.

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'More ICT retrenchments to come'

The ICT sector is expected to continue shedding jobs, but observers say downsizing is expected to slow in the foreseeable future.

Apple Music pushes play in SA

Last night, SA was one of 100 countries to get the new music streaming service from tech giant, Apple.

Telkom cuts ADSL, fibre prices

The company reduces prices on a range of copper and fibre data products. 

MTN ups contingency plans

The operator beefs up its contingency plans as workers continue to strike around an ongoing payment dispute.

'Fintech' start-ups challenge banking models

The start-ups reshape what consumers and businesses expect from financial services, say industry insiders.

Govt sells 13.9% Vodacom stake

The state sheds its 13.91% stake in Vodacom to raise equity for embattled power utility Eskom.


Pressure mounts for data centre managers IT professionals need to get out of their cubicles and use social media to get ahead.



Western Cape tech salaries Gauteng pays the highest IT salaries, on average, but in-demand skills such as mobility earn more in the Western Cape.



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