ANC prioritises high-demand spectrum release to boost economy
Vodacom ready to help drive digital literacy in Africa
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub calls for accelerated digital transformation to support industry.
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.
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.
Parly committee invites nominations for MDDA board
Parliament’s communications committee invites the public to nominate candidates to fill vacancies on the Media Development and Diversity Agency board.
Openserve diverts traffic after dual submarine cable break
The Telkom subsidiary cannot give clear timelines on when the broken subsea cable systems will be fully restored.
Samsung shakes up management amid tough phone market
The company promotes its network business chief to president, and appoints a new mobile chief, amid a challenging global smartphone period.
Nokia, Angola Cables in deal to connect Africa, US
Angola Cables trials Nokia’s Photonic Service Engine 3 chipset for the first direct optical connection between the US and Africa.
Ndabeni-Abrahams concerned about Telkom’s massive job cuts
The comms minister schedules an urgent meeting with Telkom following reports the telecoms giant plans to trim its workforce.