Vessel departs to fix WACS cable as ISPs re-route traffic
While South African Internet service providers redirect traffic, a cable vessel is on its way to fix the broken West Africa Cable System.
Openserve technicians leave en masse as Telkom’s job cuts bite
The company’s network modernisation from copper to fibre means many technicians will no longer be needed.
SA’s connectivity fully restored after subsea cable fix
South Africans can now breathe a sigh of relief as international connectivity capacity returns to normal, says Openserve.
Cable ship finally departs to fix broken submarine cables
Weather conditions permitting, it is anticipated the vessel will reach its first repair site on the evening of 28 January.
Openserve diverts traffic after dual submarine cable break
The Telkom subsidiary cannot give clear timelines on when the broken subsea cable systems will be fully restored.
Ndabeni-Abrahams concerned about Telkom’s massive job cuts
The comms minister schedules an urgent meeting with Telkom following reports the telecoms giant plans to trim its workforce.
Union slams Telkom for paying execs R100m then retrenching workers
A company cannot pay its executive team more than R100 million and then get rid of 3 000 of its workforce, says Solidarity.