Ndabeni-Abrahams’s hubby blamed for liquidation of R1bn smart factory
Cell C’s cyber bullying offensive reaches high schools
Phase two of Cell C’s cyber safety programme will equip 80 high schools with online safety awareness education.
Sub-Saharan Africa has the most expensive broadband prices
The countries with slow, patchy broadband infrastructure that supplies only a fraction of the population tend to be the most expensive, says a report.
Vodafone urges Africa to invest in digital infrastructure
African countries lag in important decisions on allocating radio spectrum for mobile data and broadband services, says Vodafone CEO Nick Read.
Tech giants extend lead as world’s top valued brands
Amazon for the first time breaks the $200 billion-value mark, topping the chart as the most valuable brand across the globe, with Google and Apple in second and third place.
Cable ship finally departs to fix broken submarine cables
Weather conditions permitting, it is anticipated the vessel will reach its first repair site on the evening of 28 January.
ITU introduces Broadband Transforming Lives campaign in Davos
The global broadband body examines new financing models that would help accelerate “meaningful universal connectivity” across the world.
ANC prioritises high-demand spectrum release to boost economy
The governing party prioritises the release of high-demand spectrum to boost the economy and lower mobile data costs.
Vodacom ready to help drive digital literacy in Africa
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub calls for accelerated digital transformation to support industry.
Analysts say Telkom problems self-inflicted, as job cuts begin
As the company begins retrenchment consultations, analysts say most of its problems emanate from protecting legacy technologies.
Suspects nabbed for suspected stolen electronic devices
An intelligence-driven operation leads to the apprehension of three suspects for being in possession of suspected stolen property.