Telecoms
4:10
Yesterday

Azeus Convene: a year in review and the road ahead

In 2018, Convene was recognised by two internationally acclaimed institutions for its board portal solutions.

3:30
Wednesday

SA leads Africa's smartphone download speeds

OpenSignal finds download speeds experienced by smartphone users in Africa vary greatly, even for countries with similar 4G availability.

2:30
Wednesday

WorldRemit launches digital money transfer service from SA

WorldRemit has set its sights on South Africa, opening an office in Johannesburg and expanding its digital money transfer service locally.

3:30

SANSA earns global recognition

The local space agency is named one of the providers of space weather information for the aviation sector.

5:00
Tuesday

TrendForce predicts smartphone production decline

The decline in global smartphone production may reach 5% in 2019 if impacts from the US-China trade war worsen.

1:20
Tuesday

Introducing The Tech Lab

The next-generation content and PR agency helps IT and telecoms companies to reach the right audience with targeted content.

2:50

Yealink, Far South Networks extend strategic partnership

Yealink cordless DECT IP phones achieve full-featured interoperability with Far South Networks' IP PBX products.

2:20

Helios Towers enters SA market

The independent telecoms tower infrastructure company is partnering with Vulatel to build out wireless and fixed line open-access infrastructure in SA.

5:40

Politicians get involved in 'Please Call Me' drama

Comms minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has involved herself in the 'Please Call Me' saga, telling Vodacom to 'shut up' and `do the right thing'.

2:50

2019: the year to pack in more smartphone cameras

This year, according to recent leaks, the high-end smartphone space will see three and four rear camera set-ups become mainstream.

3:40

Free State digital migration moves to February

The communications ministry pushes the province's switch-over to digital TV to next month, to accommodate residents still to register for government-subsidised decoders.