5G is coming, but 3G set to dominate in Sub-Saharan Africa
What Tito Mboweni's appointment means for ICT
ICT analysts weigh in on the new finance minister's appointment, saying it's unlikely to have a direct impact on the sector, at least for now.
AfriCanopy to trial TV white space broadband project in KZN
The telecoms start-up has received permission from ICASA to roll out a broadband trial in KwaZulu-Natal.
SA beats advanced markets' mobile video experience
South Africa achieves a score of 55.87 on OpenSignal's video experience metric, tipping it into the `good' category.
Telecoms ministry lifts lid on WOAN spectrum allocation
A Government Gazette details the policy framework for licensing unassigned high-demand spectrum for the wholesale open access network and mobile operators.
NAPAfrica, Asteroid collaborate to promote African interconnection
The two parties sign a memorandum of understanding to promote IXP infrastructure development, training and community engagement across Africa.
Cwele, ICASA agree to set court matter aside
Minister Siyabonga Cwele and the telecoms regulator settle legal battle to initiate the licensing of unallocated high demand spectrum.