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Paul Vecchiatto

ITWeb Cape Town correspondent

Paul Vecchiatto is an ITWeb Cape Town correspondent.

Articles

3:30
TelecomsDec 14, 2010

Telkom loses investor confidence

The company has steadily eroded investor value, and the latest allegations of corruption just add to the disappointment, an analyst says.

3:10
TelecomsDec 10, 2010

DOC late with celebrations

Celebrating Africa Telecommunications Day after the fact is illustrative of the disorganisation within the DOC, political parties say.

2:40
SecurityDec 8, 2010

Internet attacks get sophisticated

Cyber criminals are targeting governments, corporations and other organisations, says Kaspersky Labs.

2:00
BroadbandDec 8, 2010

Cape Internet Exchange pumps

The CINX is pushing through 500Mbs of data, and actual traffic volumes could be higher.

2:30
BroadbandDec 6, 2010

Didata wins R54m CT network tender

The company secures a three-year tender to build an active layer on Cape Town's fibre optic network.

2:20
TelecomsDec 3, 2010

Padayachie under the microscope

The communications minister's performance will be closely scrutinised, although the DA has given him the benefit of the doubt thus far.

2:40
TelecomsDec 3, 2010

Contact centre incentive hits sweet spot

The Department of Trade and Industry incentives offer a tax-free grant of R112 000 per new job created.

2:00

FPB issues Outoilet takedown notice

The board wants the site closed, but has yet to hear what its Russian counterpart is going to do about it.

2:30
BroadbandNov 26, 2010

Rural areas must connect to survive

Young people will move to where they can improve their lives, and connectivity is key to that, says a visiting academic.

1:40
Open SourceNov 25, 2010

Maties beats Ikeys at programming

The University of Stellenbosch beat the University of Cape Town to represent sub-Saharan Africa in the world programming championships.

2:30
TelecomsNov 25, 2010

Employees ring up telco costs

Personal communications could be costing local companies as much as R5.9 billion a year.

2:40

ICASA 'lets operators off the hook'

“Toothless” ICASA is afraid of the industry it is supposed to regulate, say angry MPs.