Labour union squabbles with MTN over COVID-19 in workplace
Pietermaritzburg communities switch on to free WiFi
The JL Dube Broadband project turns six locations in KwaZulu-Natal’s Pietermaritzburg into free WiFi zones.
ICASA, NMISA partnership targets data bundle consumption rate
The agreement between the entities is expected to enhance the protection of the end-user when using electronic communications services and networks.
ZTE: Bringing 5G to Africa through partnerships with MTOs
Before large-scale 5G investment, 5GC, transmission, new service cultivation and other infrastructure preparation must be ready, says ZTE.
SA’s 5G to remain patchy in big metros for 12 months
To have mass deployment of 5G nationally, it will require the Independent Communications Authority of SA to decisively award spectrum, analysts say.
Online learning material available via 197 zero-rated sites
The Department of Basic Education reiterates that zero-rated online resources are available to support learning at home.
COVID-19 hits SA telecoms sector, dozens of stores closed
The pandemic hits the sector hard, resulting in stores being temporarily closed for deep cleaning and staff placed in quarantine.
Telkom to put more money into fledging mobile business
The country’s smallest mobile operator will invest 16% to 19% of its revenue into its mobile business.
‘Slight’ delay in invitation for spectrum, says ICASA
The regulator hits pause on publishing the invitation to apply for WOAN and high-demand spectrum, citing adherence to administrative process as essential.
Poor connectivity hampers IOT deployment in mining sector
If the mining sector is to get the most out of its growing investment in IOT, there are significant challenges to overcome, says a new report.