Securicom brings Cloudistics to SA
Cloudistics is an on-premises cloud that provides for virtualisation, compute, network and storage, natively and imbedded, on one platform.
2017: a vibrant year for the ICT industry
ICT activity in Africa continues to grow, with offices sprouting on the continent from companies like Intelsat, Oracle and Syspro.
Bad week for SAP SA
Kickback allegations surrounding SAP SA and the politically connected Gupta family made headlines on a global level last week.
Respected telecoms analyst Richard Hurst dies
Richard Hurst has shared his insights about the African telecoms markets since 2001.
SA sees LTE availability uptick
The country's long-term evolution coverage has happened much more rapidly than the previous 3G rollout.
Only 3.5% of SA's households don't have phones
Almost all of South African households now exclusively use cellular phones, while Internet accessibility is still catching up, says Stats SA.
Vodacom pushes out Tanzania IPO date
Investors will have another three weeks to apply for shares to be listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange, Vodacom Tanzania MD Ian Ferrao tells ITWeb.
PIC reduces Altron shareholding to just 3%
The Public Investment Corporation, one of the largest investors in South African equities, reduces its ownership of the technology group to just over 3%.
Telecoms department survives shake-up to drive ICT policy
Siyabonga Cwele's continued stay as telecoms minister cements the importance of implementing government's ICT policy, amid the Cabinet shake-up.
New dawn for comms department
Ayanda Dlodlo takes the reins at the embattled communications department, as Faith Muthambi moves to the ministry of public service and administration.
Cell C trailing capex race
Cell C's total capital expenditure over the last four years is close to what MTN spent in just one year.