Telkom boss sells R10.8m worth of shares

Sipho Maseko disposes 112 368 of his shares, banking over R10 million in the process.


Afrihost’s Air Mobile may induce customer churn, say analysts

Analysts believe if Afrihost sorts out availability issues, its new offering can disrupt the local mobile data market.


SA’s fixed-line, mobile ISPs jostle for market share

A combination of factors in the country sees Internet service providers in a very competitive market, says an analyst.


ICT industry readies for unprecedented probe

The US government gears up to investigate whether Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google misused their massive market power.


Supply chain security: what could possibly go wrong?

You must who in your supply chain is connected to your network, says Telkom’s Steve Jump.


Social impact, skills development contribute to BCX B-BBEE level one status

The status change comes as a result of parent company Telkom being granted B-BBEE facilitator status.


American Tower buys Eaton Towers for $1.85bn

Eaton Towers owns and operates about 5 500 communications sites across five African markets.

31 May

Winners of #SS19Hack announced

Three teams of young coders and an overall individual winner were awarded for their solutions to “secure the future citizen”.


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.

28 May

#SS19hack underway at Security Summit 2019

Thirteen teams are competing to win the secure IOT application challenge.


Broadband Infraco looks to turn a profit

Broadband Infraco eyes ways to turn its precarious financial state around that do not require a bailout from government.


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.