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BokSel capitalises on linguistic advantage

Mobile virtual network operator BokSel tries to tap into a gap in the market, aiming at customers looking for a network that speaks Afrikaans.

BokSel founder Rennert van Rensburg says the demand from Bok Radio listeners for a network in their own language provided an obvious opportunity.

Telecoms

Telcos lack female employees

Cell C is the only telco to have more than 50% female employees, while only 31% of Telkom staff members are women.

Financial

MTN's Nigeria bill swells with ex-CEO pay-outs

A golden parachute for Sifiso Dabengwa adds R23 million to MTN's growing bill to fix mistakes made in Nigeria.

Internet

SA blessed with free press, says Muthambi

Although the country has had a fair share of criticism regarding media freedom, the communications minister thinks otherwise.

Telecoms

MTN, Ericsson lead with LTE-U network

The companies have successfully trialled LTE-Unlicensed at MTN's flagship channel store in Morningside, Johannesburg.

Business

Deal will boost SADC airspace surveillance

Aireon partners SA's ATNS to use technology that precisely tracks the location and position of aircraft in the region in real-time.

Business

Increase productivity by monitoring

Sintrex offers a monitoring solution that covers a wide range of technologies, thus minimising the need for expensive specialist.

Channel

Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa partners with ZyXEL

Solution providers in southern Africa can now leverage ZyXEL's networking and communications technologies.

Computing

SALT aids in new discovery

The Southern African Large Telescope helped detect the first white dwarf pulsar, proving it is worth its salt.



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