Leaders of the DA want the city’s mayor to explain why the metro issued the tender tailored to suit Huawei, the Sunday Times reports.
Spending on technologies that enable MEA smart city initiatives will accelerate over the next five years, with the Internet of things a key priority.
High connectivity costs remain one of the biggest obstacles to achieving the universal access pledge, says A4AI.
Industry experts advocate for online education and free WiFi to bring down the cost of higher education.
The city of Tshwane will be home to mainland Africa's first EON Reality Interactive Digital Centre, with an initial investment worth over R140 million.
Internet access is like the hammer that solves all problems, says Alan Knott-Craig Jnr.
US-based EON Reality partners with the City of Tshwane to launch the first Interactive Digital Centre in continental Africa.
Which municipality will get Project Isizwe's next free WiFi project? CEO Alan Knott-Craig Jnr reveals the two front-runners.?
Around 75% of SA's 10 000 semi-public WiFi hotspots are located in the main metro areas, with Tshwane leading the way.
Internet should be seen as a basic municipal service, or residents will remain technologically marginalised, says City of Tshwane's GCIO.
The City of Tshwane unlawfully cancelled a tender worth almost R200 million.
Alan Knott-Craig Jnr sees his new project, Isizwe, as a blueprint for connecting underprivileged communities.