Oracle insists Eskom must cough up in contract tiff
The power utility puts contingency measures in place to ensure minimal power disruptions amid a nasty contractual dispute with the enterprise software giant.
Comms ministry’s ‘on-demand’ services policy moves to next phase
The department confirms the April commencement of public hearings for the policy framework of over-the-top and video-on-demand services, among others.
Sentech offers streaming services, powered by AWS
The signal distributor is leveraging Amazon Web Services to provide streaming services to local audiences.
New CFO to join Sentech ranks
Melanie Rambally will fill the position of chief financial officer at signal distributor Sentech after Cabinet approved her appointment.
Driving schools want online licence booking system scrapped
Members of the National Driving School Association of SA say the online drivers' licence booking system is inefficient and crippled by corruption.
ICT tenders: Calling on telecoms
Local government looks to communications while the National Tender Bulletin goes unpublished for another week.
South Africa’s not-so-great digital migration trek plods on
Despite a mooted analogue switch-off target of 2021, government still needs to migrate 3.5 million South African households to digital TV.
TelkomONE targets more subscriptions with local content
Telkom’s recently-launched TelkomONE streaming service is funding local content creators whose productions will be streamed on its platform.
Online learning must be central to SA’s future education system
Industry experts weigh in on SA’s education system, advising stakeholders to consider blended models of teaching and learning as the pandemic continues.
Public outcry over proposed TV licences for Netflix, Showmax
Government’s draft policy on the licensing of video-on-demand content services viewable on smart devices is met with much resistance from the public.
Telkom Mobile eyes large-scale LTE offensive
The telecoms operator looks to reinforce its market position using its LTE services to drive aggressive growth and enter new markets.