Three sentenced for R21m IT tender fraud in Ekurhuleni
Government moves to classify data as basic utility
The comms ministry will “progressively work on policy to drive the reduction of cost to communicate in SA”.
Comms minister decries digital migration detractors
Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni says the process must be concluded no matter who is kicking and screaming.
MTN engages stakeholders over MoMo partner Ubank
The telco is in discussions with relevant stakeholders following SARB’s decision to place Ubank under curatorship.
Eyes on ConCourt as analogue switch-off showdown looms
The Constitutional Court will on 20 May hear applications for leave to appeal the High Court ruling over the country’s analogue switch-off deadline.
Hefty prison sentence for telecoms infrastructure vandals
Three vandals will serve 30 years each for theft of cellphone tower batteries belonging to MTN and Vodacom.
African regulators plan continental online content laws
The framework will control the massive volumes of unfiltered online content that poses harm to vulnerable groups.
Acquisition positions Altron Security as an end-to-end provider
The company's acquisition of LAWtrust allows it to expand its offerings beyond IDAM to deliver end-to-end security solutions.
LexisNexis SA creates online severe weather events portal
The platform provides guidance on applicable laws in the event of a disaster and information on getting aid.
Exterro upgrades FTK Connect
Enhanced FTK Connect adds power and speed to FTK solutions with new automation, integration and visualisation capabilities.
Attempts to resume River Club development fail
The application for leave to appeal the River Club development interdict has been dismissed with costs.
Citizens reject proposed SA law linking biometrics to SIM cards
ICASA’s move to crackdown on fraudulent SIM card activities receives opposition from the public, who say the draft laws violate their right to privacy.