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2:50
Friday

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.

2:50
Friday

Samsung’s Galaxy A-series, Note range expands

The smartphone maker unveils its Galaxy A71, A51 and Note10 Lite, which go on sale in February.

2:20

Blue Label Telecoms predicts earnings jump

The JSE-listed company expects its half-year results to show a considerable rise in earnings.

3:50

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.

3:20
Thursday

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.

5:20
Thursday

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.

3:10
Thursday

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.

2:30
Thursday

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.

2:00

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.  

2:40
Wednesday

Vodacom ready to help drive digital literacy in Africa

Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub calls for accelerated digital transformation to support industry.

6:30
Wednesday

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.

2:20
Wednesday

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.