5G shifts global smartphone user behaviour
Users worldwide spend more time with cloud gaming and augmented reality, while 20% decrease usage of WiFi on their phones at home, says a report.
ICT tenders: SOEs on the hunt
State-owned entities and smaller local municipalities keep National Treasury's temporary tender portal busy.
ICASA resolute emergency spectrum allocation is temporary
Chairperson Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng warns telcos not to plan their business models around the temporary spectrum that was assigned.
SAPO lawsuit against couriers could shatter e-commerce sector
The South African Post Office’s court bid to block courier companies from distributing small items could result in disaster for SA’s e-commerce sector.
ICASA chairperson bemoans telecoms infrastructure vandalism
Battery theft and vandalism at cell tower base stations is nothing short of a treasonous act, ICASA chairperson Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng tells Parliament.
The rise and rise of online betting
It’s clear that the smart bet is online, because the digital future has arrived, and it’s landed in a way that none of us expected.
ICT tenders: Picking up speed
The public sector is racing to post on National Treasury's temporary tender portal.
Spectrum policy flaws ‘will alienate millions of South Africans’
The spectrum policy is impaired by fundamental failures, which will rob millions of South Africans of crucial digital services, says the Free Market Foundation.
How SA’s average 1GB mobile data price compares with the world
The country still ranks among the bottom half of countries with the world’s most expensive mobile data prices, according to a new report.
Final regulations to transform ICT sector have been passed
These regulations expand on key requirements in the draft regulations published in February 2020.
ICASA, US regulator FCC sign collaboration agreement
The Independent Communications Authority of SA and Federal Communications Commission sign an MOU to intensify relations between them and share ideas.