Digital citizens are central to neo-bank model
Crucial skills that will create the bank of the future are those focused on shaping marketplace banking models for digital citizens.
ICASA to raise R200m as operators get provisional spectrum
The licences are valid for a period of seven months, commencing from 1 December 2021 and ending on 30 June 2022, says the regulator.
Africa Data Centres pumps billions into SA facilities
The carrier-neutral data centre provider invests R4 billion in its Johannesburg data centre expansion, and outlines plans to build a fourth location in SA.
Econet creates integrated tech firm Cassava
Cassava Technologies operates the largest independent Pan-African terrestrial fibre broadband network, covering over 300 towns and cities across Africa.
IFC backs Liquid in African data centre, fibre push
The International Finance Corporation will support Liquid Intelligent Technologies to grow its hyperscale data centre capacity in Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria and SA.
Liquid launches Asia-US global internet transit route via Africa
The company establishes a global internet transit route between Asia and the US through Africa, avoiding high-risk bottlenecks in the Middle East and Europe.
SD-WAN – super-power you need to survive this age of remote working/technology
SD-WAN is like having a single key to several doors, simplifying the deployment of networking services, yet maintaining flexibility and keeping costs down, says Deon Geyser, CEO at Liquid Intelligent Technologies SA.
Liquid SA opens digital skills, innovation centre in ECape
The facility will serve as a technology hub where learners and entrepreneurs can equip themselves with the latest and most relevant digital skills.
Telecoms mogul Masiyiwa named UK’s first black billionaire
The Zimbabwean-born businessman’s wealth is reported to be £1.087 billion, which elevates him into the ranks of Britain’s super-rich.
Township tech innovations provide real-world solutions
Three teams receive top awards in a hackathon that challenged entrants to build innovative applications to aid the struggling creative industries in SA.
Ethiopia sets new date for telecoms licences bids
The deadline has now been shifted from 5 March 2021 to 26 April 2021, as the country opens up its telecommunications industry to private investment.