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.
Many companies won’t return to traditional offices post-COVID
Almost overnight, in the space of a few weeks, that future reality became a ‘here and now’, says Pivotal.
SA’s top brands Vodacom, MTN see limited COVID-19 impact
While the country’s leading companies will report a combined drop of over R65 billion in brand value, the telcos have weathered the storm.
Vodacom, Cloudflare join forces to protect firms from DDoS
The telco teams up with Web security company Cloudflare to offer distributed denial of service protection services.
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.
Comms ministry DG moves to monitoring and evaluation dept
Robert Nkuna, who until recently served as director-general in the communications ministry, joins the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
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.
Cell C searches for next big tech ideas to invest in
The telco’s Innovation Challenge offers the opportunity to access interest-free loans, mentorship and the chance to work with Cell C as a supplier.