Gareth van Zyl
1:50
Jun 25, 2014

Cwele outlines future plans

Improved access and the Internet of things herald a need for low-cost broadband, says the telecoms and postal services minister.

3:00
Nov 28, 2013

'Political will key to unlocking free WiFi'

Decision-makers have helped ensure the roll-out of free WiFi in the City of Tshwane, says Alan Knott-Craig Jnr.

5:10
Mar 6, 2013

Year-long paid 'sick leave' for Free State government CIO

CIO Tshepo Motiki is absent as a multimillion-rand Web site scandal unfolds.

2:20
Apr 19, 2012

Kenya's mobile phone subs hit 28m

More Kenyans use mobile phones, but make fewer calls due to high voice tariffs.

2:50
Apr 13, 2012

Gulf IT expo targets Africa

Gitex, the world's third-largest ICT trade exhibition, aims to strengthen ties with African tech companies and governments.

7:00
Apr 4, 2012

The business of sharing

Africa's mobile towers are going on sale.

3:20
Apr 4, 2012

RIM readies Africa's first 'BlackBerry Lab'

Research In Motion plans to open its first African mobile apps development centre in Egypt.

1:50
Mar 28, 2012

SA ICT policy highly developed

South Africa has one of the most advanced national ICT plans in Africa, research reveals.

1:50
Mar 27, 2012

Egypt plans Internet porn ban

Censoring adult Web sites could become another strategy in the military government's crackdown on Internet freedoms.

3:20
Mar 26, 2012

Bitcoin: a mobile money alternative

The virtual currency could take off in Africa, just like payment systems such as M-Pesa.

2:40
Mar 20, 2012

SA Internet speeds rank low

A global report places SA at 105 out of 174 countries in terms of download speeds.

1:20
Mar 16, 2012

Egyptian telco market bounces back

Political unrest aside, the North African country's telecoms market generated $5.7 billion in 2011, according to a study.

Gareth van Zyl
Editor, ITWeb Africa

Gareth van Zyl is Editor of ITWeb Africa.