Bradwin Roper steps down as MTN fintech CEO

In line with the firm’s executive notice period, Bradwin Roper will exit MTN SA at the end of October.

AfriGIS14 May

AfriGIS’s Peter Smythe appointed to GeoServer Project Steering Committee

GeoServer is an open source mapping server that allows users to share, process and edit geospatial data.

MTN14 May

MTN reports sharp revenue decline in Q1

The firm’s service revenue decreased by 18.8%, voice revenue plummeted by 32.2% and data revenue dropped by 14.7%, while fintech revenue rose 11.4%.


Logicalis enhances global security services with launch of Intelligent Security

Intelligent Security is a blueprint approach to the company's global security portfolio designed to deliver proactive advanced security for customers.


Q-KON, Avanti Comms to offer satellite services in SA

The companies sign a partnership deal to provide satellite connectivity to customers across South Africa.

Vodacom13 May

Vodafone Egypt propels Vodacom in full-year results

Egypt contributed significantly to the 29.1% increase in group service revenue, supported by a resilient performance in SA – Vodacom’s largest market.

Absa10 May

ITWeb TV: Absa sees 400% increase in attempted cyber attacks

Absa Group’s chief security officer Manoj Puri discusses the threat landscape the bank faces, including emerging threats, such as quantum computing.


The green blueprint

Innovation and circular economy principles are pillars of sustainability for SA’s print industry, says Mohammed Vachiat, head of sales and innovation at Konica Minolta South Africa.

MTN8 May

MTN to establish 100 new 5G sites in Limpopo, Mpumalanga

The telco ramps up its network modernisation efforts in Mpumalanga and Limpopo, as it looks to rollout further new 5G sites in the provinces.

MTN6 May

MTN concludes ‘constructive’ Washington DC meetings

The discussions held by MTN’s leadership focused on matters of mutual interest, including geopolitical developments around the world.

Omdia6 May

Industry stabilisation sees smartphone shipments rebound

Global smartphone shipments increased by 11.6% in the first quarter, with tablet shipments also showing signs of recovery.


Balancing leadership with gratitude

Andrew Hall, MD of Paratus Namibia, sees obstacles on the telecommunications landscape as mini hurdles to be cleared.