Telecoms
1:30

Government to speed up spectrum allocation

President Cyril Ramaphosa details plans to revive the economy, which sees allocation of high-demand radio spectrum given priority.

2:50

Cabinet gives SA's digital migration progress thumbs up

Although SA's digital migration has been plagued by numerous hurdles, government's executive branch is satisfied with the progress made over the past 10 years.

4:10
Friday

Roadblocks ahead in SA's 5G journey

There is still a lot of work that needs to be done before even thinking of a 5G network in SA, says Frost & Sullivan.

2:20
Thursday

Nigeria's central bank eases up on MTN

The Central Bank of Nigeria says it is reviewing information with a view to reaching an equitable resolution to the $8.1 billion MTN repatriation issue.

1:00
Thursday

Three tiers of connectivity for hyper-connected world

Providing world-class connectivity is crucial to SA's future, says Hugo van Zyl, chief technology and systems officer at Openserve.

1:50
Wednesday

Reviews rate new iPhones a slight notch above the X

The absence of a striking new feature leaves tech blogs and newspapers lukewarm on the new XS range of Apple's iPhones.

1:40
Tuesday

All set for CompComm's data market inquiry

The Competition Commission ready to hear concerns relating to high data costs in SA next month.

1:50
14 Sep

Orange investment boosts submarine cable system MainOne

French telecommunications firm Orange has confirmed a major investment in West Africa submarine cable system, MainOne.

3:00
14 Sep

Union claims Telkom 'dishonesty' over job cuts

The company will offer voluntary separation and voluntary early retirement to qualifying employees starting today.

2:40
14 Sep

MTN 'explores other options' on Nigerian IPO

Nigeria's $10 billion demand makes MTN's planned IPO in the country pretty challenging and awkward, says group CFO Ralph Mupita.

1:50
14 Sep

MTN rolls out voice over LTE

The service allows users to benefit from voice calls in clear, natural-sounding HD Voice on MTN's LTE network.