Facebook, African NPOs partner for Safer Internet Day
The social network teams up with over 20 non-profit organisations and government agencies across Africa as part of Safer Internet Day 2019.
Ndabeni-Abrahams welcomes new govt cloud
SITA's government cloud launch saw the newly-appointed communications minister welcome the vital foundation it offers for the fourth industrial revolution.
Cwele unpacks efforts to bring 'Internet for All' to life
Minister Siyabonga Cwele reveals government's Internet project made progress over the past year and details the initiatives that have been put in place.
Cwele vs ICASA standoff cost R1.7m
The telecoms ministry unpacks the legal cost implications of its spectrum allocation fight with the Independent Communications Authority of SA.
Mini Budget 2018: Broadband rollout on track, says DTPS
Although the telecoms ministry revised its broadband rollout targets several times, it says the remaining facilities will be connected by the end of the financial year.
What Tito Mboweni's appointment means for ICT
ICT analysts weigh in on the new finance minister's appointment, saying it's unlikely to have a direct impact on the sector, at least for now.
Huawei, DTPS send students to China to learn ICT skills
The third group of 10 students has departed for China to receive training at Huawei's headquarters.
Telecoms ministry lifts lid on WOAN spectrum allocation
A Government Gazette details the policy framework for licensing unassigned high-demand spectrum for the wholesale open access network and mobile operators.
Cwele, ICASA agree to set court matter aside
Minister Siyabonga Cwele and the telecoms regulator settle legal battle to initiate the licensing of unallocated high demand spectrum.
Govt sets unrealistic data science skills goal
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services commits to training a million young people by 2030 to meet SA's exponential need for data scientists.