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5:20
Yesterday

How telcos can keep pace in Africa

Flexibility, agility and data-led services will keep African operators in the game, as they move towards 5G and the demand for digital services grows.

2:20

Comms ministry, Huawei in ECape 5G training mission

The department and Huawei will provide 5G training to a group of 100 final-year Walter Sisulu University IT students.

1:40

Liquid Telecom, Internet Solutions ink 5G deal

Liquid will provide Internet Solutions with wholesale 5G connectivity to deliver enterprise services.

2:30

SA’s 5G-ready smart city in the works, says Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa tells the nation the country’s truly smart city is taking shape in Gauteng’s Lanseria.

3:30

Samsung marks new decade with S20 range

The South Korean company unveils the Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra, as part of the next range of flagship devices in this new decade.

3:30

Vodacom eyes 5G services in SA this year

Having been the first network to commercially launch 5G in Africa through Vodacom Lesotho, the telco expects to launch 5G in SA this year.

4:30

Boost for Africa with broadband from the skies

Deloitte projects low-earth orbit satellites will gain traction in 2020, which will help improve broadband access for the African continent.

2:40
29 Jan

Huawei allowed to participate in UK’s 5G rollout

The UK’s evidence-based decision is good for more advanced and secure telecoms infrastructure, says Huawei.

3:00
28 Jan

Ericsson predicts increased 5G uptake in Africa

The company believes more service providers in the Middle East and Africa region will this year adopt 5G tech in their operations.

2:30

ZTE assists China Telecom

ZTE has helped the telco to realise China's first 5G remote diagnosis of the coronavirus pneumonia.

2:10
Jan 20, 2020

Liquid Telecom debuts 5G wholesale roaming in SA

The company will use its 3.5GHz spectrum asset to build the 5G network and provide nationwide 5G wholesale services.

1:40
Dec 17, 2019

10 best-read columns of 2019

The Huawei/Google Android saga tops the list, but opinions on the 5th industrial revolution, security and data science also piqued our readers' interest.

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