Telecoms
3:30
Friday

Fresh blow for Cell C as shareholders re-evaluate positions

Cell C has once again been battered, after key shareholders wrote down their stakes in the telco to nothing.

5:50

ICT Tenders: Run on services

This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees the IT services sector attracting government interest.

3:00
Thursday

Huawei unveils Mate 30 Series

The Chinese smartphone maker unboxes the Huawei Mate 30 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

1:50
Thursday

ICASA to outline spectrum allocation approach by year end

The regulator self-imposes a deadline to publish the information memorandum on the licensing process of high-demand spectrum.

6:40
Thursday

Rain shows 5G can happen in SA despite govt delays

The operator leverages its 4G data network infrastructure to build a 5G network, as the country still awaits the allocation of spectrum.

5:00
Thursday

Vodacom’s Cassim turns loss-making unit into golden goose

Mariam Cassim, Vodacom’s head of financial services, tells ITWeb how she turned the unit into a billion-rand concern in 36 months.

1:40
Wednesday

Bloemfontein gets Seacom connectivity boost

The company launches a point of presence in the city to provide high-speed Internet.

2:00

JSE threatens Blue Label with suspension over delayed results

If the company fails to submit its provisional report on or before 30 September 2019, then its listing may be suspended, says JSE.

1:40
Tuesday

Calix to present 'Owning the Connected Home: A Service Provider Imperative' at FTTX Council Conference

Thomas Martin, principal solutions engineer, global sales at Calix, will present at FTTX Council Conference in Johannesburg, on 8 October.

3:30

NEC XON signs co-operation agreement for Sub-Saharan Africa with INCELL International

The two offer solutions for smart lithium power backup which will help mobile operators and tower companies improve predictability and lower operational costs.

1:50
Monday

RICA declared inconsistent with Constitution

The South Gauteng High Court declares some parts of the Act as unconstitutional, as bulk surveillance activities are unlawful.