digital migration
4:40

Set-top box installers mull legal action against USAASA

Set-top box installation companies look to go to court, as petitions to be reinstated by USAASA appear to have fallen on deaf ears.

5:20

USAASA, set-top box installers at loggerheads

Set-top box installation companies accuse USAASA's chief executive of delaying the advancement of small businesses, but Lumko Mtimde says their allegations are unfounded.

6:40

Stalled ICT projects await the next administration

As the country readies to usher in a new administration after the elections, many of the high-priority ICT projects are still up in the air.

5:10

Ministers come and go, but digital migration stagnant

Despite the conveyor belt of 10 communications ministers over the last 13 years, none have been able to see SA's digital migration project through.

2:30

Free State still en route to digital TV

Deputy communications minister Pinky Kekana will inspect digital migration implementation in the Free State, after missing self-set deadlines.

2:50

D-day for DTT in Free State

The verdict on whether the Free State will switch over to digital TV today is still out, after the communications ministry pushed back the deadline last time.

2:20

Budget: DOC plans to fast-track digital migration

The communications ministry commits to ensure South Africa migrates to digital TV by next July.

3:40

Free State digital migration moves to February

The communications ministry pushes the province's switch-over to digital TV to next month, to accommodate residents still to register for government-subsidised decoders.

4:00

Govt should focus on e-services in 2019

Frost & Sullivan encourages government to use advanced technologies, such as the cloud and IOT, to improve the delivery of public services.

3:00

DOC intensifies calls for digital migration collaboration

The communications ministry pushes for more partnerships with industry players in the hopes of speeding up SA's digital migration.

4:20

Govt promises to complete digital migration by 2020

SA will complete the switch from analogue to digital television within the next two years, says minister Nomvula Mokonyane.

1:40

DOC sets record straight about STB funding

The communications ministry claims set-top box procurement cost just over R900 million, amid reports government spent a fortune on the devices.

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