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2 hours ago

AWS boss takes aim at Trump over defence contract

CEO Andy Jassy criticises the decision to award the $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defence Initiative contract to Microsoft.

2:50
Yesterday

Huawei sues FCC over ban from rural US

The company fights order banning carriers in rural America from tapping the Universal Service Fund to purchase Huawei equipment.

4:30

ANC backs CompCom’s #DataMustFall findings

The governing party urges speedy action to ensure the findings and recommendations on mobile data pricing are implemented.

4:20
Yesterday

New body to demystify space for business in SA

ZASpace, a community of business, government and academic institutions, will explore the benefits of space-based tech.

3:20
Wednesday

MTN disagrees with CompCom’s ‘intrusive’ recommendations

The mobile operator says it will continue to engage and vigorously defend against the recommendations.

3:00

Home affairs earmarks three countries for e-visas pilot

In 2020, the department will add China, India and Nigeria to its e-visas pilot, which is being tested in Kenya.

5:50

CompCom, ICASA headed for #DataMustFall battle

The Competition Commission declares data costs are too high and takes Vodacom and MTN to task, while ICASA maintains data prices are just right.

3:30
Tuesday

Fraudsters convicted as SITA cleans up corruption

The agency’s clean-up exercise is progressing well, with some officials being either convicted of graft or fired.

2:20

Tshwane, universities unite to boost service delivery

The capital city and its three universities explore innovative mechanisms to improve service delivery to residents.

3:10

Big blow for Vodacom, MTN as CompCom orders data cost cut

The two dominant telcos have been lambasted for having a strong monopoly in the mobile data sector.

2:30
29 Nov

HP provides print cartridge anti-fraud training

With counterfeit printing components proliferating, HP will host training to educate organisations about the crime.

4:20
29 Nov

‘Financially sound’ SITA rakes in R2.9bn, says acting CEO

The IT agency is in a financial space where it is fully meeting all operational commitments, says Ntutule Tshenye.