Telecoms
2:40

ICASA's Rubben Mohlaloga removed from office

Following the National Assembly resolution to remove the chairperson from office, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams fires him with immediate effect.

7:20

Comsol targets fixed wireless market with 5G network

The wireless infrastructure provider plans to use 5G for fixed wireless services and is targeting the fibre-to-the-home market.

3:10

French investor buys stake in SA's Metro Fibre

STOA snaps up a 23.08% significant minority stake in the South African open access fibre network operator.

5:40

FNB Connect sees strong growth

In three-and-a-half years, the bank has added over 670 000 active users to its mobile virtual network operator, FNB Connect.

4:30

Mobile tech tracks lions on the loose

The University of Pretoria-led pilot study utilises cellphone-based technology to improve human-lion co-existence in rural African communities.

4:30

Spectrum policy direction coming 'soon'

Despite government's assurance of prompt action to license spectrum, the comms ministry reveals it is still engaged in consultations on the way forward.

5:40

IOT is at work in 34% of global companies

Over a third of global firms use the Internet of things and 70% of these adopters have moved beyond the pilot stage, according to Vodafone IOT Barometer 2019.

2:30
15 Mar

Huge Group acquires Otel

Huge Group is acquiring independent telco company, Otel, and merging it with its subsidiary Huge Networks.

3:10
14 Mar

Discovery, Vodacom, MTN ranked high for 'exponentiality'

A new study finds Discovery, Vodacom and MTN are the top three JSE top 40 stocks when it comes to their ability to grow exponentially.

3:30
13 Mar

How MTN became a data-driven organisation

Dealing with 10 billion call data records a day led MTN to introduce a unified business intelligence roadmap initiative.

2:10

Parliament committee pushes for Mohlaloga's removal

Fraud-convicted ICASA council chairperson Rubben Mohlaloga is out on bail pending the appeal process of his 20-year jail sentence.