Dark Fibre Africa talks 5G opportunity
5G’s required fibre densification is positive news for infrastructure players like Dark Fibre Africa.
Even your bot needs to have a manageable identity
Identity governance platforms will need to evolve to identify and manage not only humans, but the non-human elements in our systems.
Naspers to list NewCo in July
Africa’s biggest media company has set the date for the listing of its new global consumer Internet group, NewCo.
Uber, Microsoft to help WEF restore trust in tech
Some of tech and science’s biggest names will chair six new World Economic Forum councils on the fourth industrial revolution.
Biometrics, digital signatures stop insider criminal thinking
LAWtrust’s Maeson Maherry explains how strong authentication and transactions tied to digital signatures can secure an organisation from the inside out.
How Telkom’s broadband business has evolved
Telkom’s strategy to move customers from legacy copper-based services to newer technology results in a boom for its mobile broadband business.
Cisco sees strong shift towards SD-WAN
Cisco is seeing a lot of interest in the adoption of SD-WAN technology
More job cuts at Telkom
Telkom’s financial results reveal the group cut over 2 000 jobs last year, at a cost of R728 million.
Telkom CEO asks for 'sensible' spectrum pathway
South Africa needs an enlightened spectrum allocation process which fosters competition in the mobile market, says Telkom group CEO Sipho Maseko.
Telkom pulls in 4.5m new subscribers
Telkom sees an 86% increase in its mobile subscribers and now has 9.7 million customers in SA.
Vodacom, Safaricom take over M-Pesa brand
South African telco Vodacom and Kenya’s Safaricom are in the process of acquiring the M-Pesa brand from Vodafone.