.ZADNA announces small fee increase for domain names
The authority says it has taken into consideration all submissions received and proposals on the matter.
Government taps ICT research firm to conduct SA Connect study
The communications ministry and DBSA appoint BMIT to conduct a feasibility study into the best way forward for the next phase of the government broadband project.
SA in for nasty surprise if 'Internet Censorship Act’ is enacted
As the Films and Publications Amendment Act edges closer to being operative, legal bodies warn of legal action if its regulations are not amended.
COVID-19 centres get high-speed broadband boost
Government partners Internet service providers and telcos to provide 480 critical health centres with fast broadband connectivity.
Proposed policy allows telcos to erect 5G towers on your property
The policy gives mobile networks and other licensees the right to select, enter and use public or private land for the deployment of their network infrastructure.
Call for students to enter Huawei’s ICT training programme
This year’s annual Seeds for the Future initiative takes place online, with qualifying students urged to apply to enhance their ICT knowledge.
Drone Council launches to prepare SA for fourth industrial revolution
The multiple stakeholder drone industry body will facilitate growth of the South African drone economy through various programmes and initiatives.
Comms ministry DG moves to monitoring and evaluation dept
Robert Nkuna, who until recently served as director-general in the communications ministry, joins the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
Zero-rating criteria for education, health sites gazetted
The communications ministry sets the criteria for zero-rating Web sites and content related to the education and health sectors under the COVID-19 lockdown.
Ndabeni-Abrahams to return to office after suspension
The communications ministry confirms that two months after her suspension, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams will be back in the office by midweek.