Sub-Saharan Africa’s digital exclusion woes persist
The region’s struggle to bridge the mobile Internet usage gap continues, despite many people being covered by a mobile network.
Local 5G adoption will spark innovation in SA, says Ericsson
South Africans have strong entrepreneurial spirit that will be awakened by the adoption of 5G technology, says a senior Ericsson executive.
Africa is last growth frontier for fintech companies
Sub-Saharan Africa will become a flagship for mobile disruption by 2025, with 600 million of the population expected to use mobile technology.
GSMA cautions against poorly designed spectrum pathway
The mobile industry body warns against maximising revenues above the connectivity of citizens, as SA prepares to assign high-demand mobile spectrum sometime this year.
TV white spaces seen as answer to Africa's connectivity woes
The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance calls for increased use of TV white space technology to help bridge the digital divide.
BRICS must collaborate to shape Industry 4.0 tech, says Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa believes the BRICS bloc of countries must work together to exploit the opportunities presented by the new age of technology.