Set-top box installers mull legal action against USAASA
Set-top box installation companies look to go to court, as petitions to be reinstated by USAASA appear to have fallen on deaf ears.
GSMA cautions against poorly designed spectrum pathway
The mobile industry body warns against maximising revenues above the connectivity of citizens, as SA prepares to assign high-demand mobile spectrum sometime this year.
Comms ministry finds stability in Ndabeni-Abrahams
The ICT industry lauds the decision to retain minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams in her post, noting it signals much-needed continuity in a department characterised by leadership instability.
Government-led data science programme gets into gear
Government takes the first steps towards building a capable fourth industrial revolution army, as it readies to train a million young people in data science and related skills by 2030.
Stalled ICT projects await the next administration
As the country readies to usher in a new administration after the elections, many of the high-priority ICT projects are still up in the air.
DOC intensifies calls for digital migration collaboration
The communications ministry pushes for more partnerships with industry players in the hopes of speeding up SA's digital migration.