Too expensive spectrum assignments hinder the uptake of mobile broadband services by consumers in developing economies, a GSMA report finds.
Minister Susan Shabangu reportedly pushes for complete control of social grants by the post office, even though history favours the current paymaster.
Netstar has been awarded a contract by the municipality to implement a vehicle tracking technology solution for 7 000 vehicles.
Government encourages households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders to consider integrated digital TVs, signalling possible changes in the approach to digital migration.
The committee on comprehensive social security announces legal action against CPS employees allegedly misinforming welfare beneficiaries.
After a decade in design and construction, the 64-dish radio telescope is now officially ready to complete science operations.
The most vulnerable countries in the world are growing their economies and enhancing livelihoods through broadband.
Minister Malusi Gigaba's department prepares to move from manual to electronic birth, marriage and death registrations.
The opposition party believes the advisory council's tasks aim to only deliver short-term goals for analogue switch-off.
The partnership seeks to advance the use of computational intelligence and artificial intelligence for rational decision-making.
The telecoms department fails to connect 327 sites in rural municipalities by its June deadline, and misses SA Connect targets once again.
This week's National Tender Bulletin sees government on a hardware drive.