Software development sunk by IP laws
South African exchange controls are killing the local software development industry.
Ansys eyes telecoms, infosec push
The tech group wants to step up its work with SITA, despite CEO Teddy Daka's troubled past with the state's ICT procurement agency.
Another DTPS deputy DG quits
Telecoms and postal services DDG Sam Vilakazi has resigned - the third DDG in five months to leave the ministry.
2 400 take Telkom packages
Solidarity says 2 393 Telkom employees have opted for retrenchment packages, but the company has refused to comment at this stage.
'SA Connect is on track'
The telecoms department denies SA Connect is dead, saying it is on course with the implementation of the first phase.
Room for mobile growth in Africa
There remains scope for mobile growth in Africa, where wireless penetration is well below that of any other region, says TeleGeography.
Solidarity: Zero trust between unions, Telkom
The relationship between unions and Telkom has been destroyed by the company's severance package offer to unionised workers.
Telkom Business sees revenue surge
Despite a difficult year, Telkom Business has reported a significant revenue increase, which it says is an indication of future trends.
ICASA blamed for pay-TV monopoly
With the demise of potential MultiChoice competitor the Altech Node, market watchers say it is up to ICASA to start regulating for competition.
Telkom extends voluntary staff severance offer
The telco extends voluntary severance and retirements packages to unionised workers, saying it received hundreds of applications.
Union meeting: Telkom to respond today
Telkom is expected to issue a response today, after CEO Sipho Maseko met with trade unions to discuss restructuring plans.