Govt eyes relaxed regulations to boost fintech sector
Minister Tito Mboweni reveals ICASA will be appropriately capacitated for the spectrum licensing process.
Mixed bag for telecoms as spectrum nears, load-shedding hurts
Load-shedding will have a negative impact on existing telecommunications infrastructure, warns National Treasury’s review document.
ICT pundits hope SONA goes beyond ‘future intentions’
The president can’t be accused of not giving the ICT sector its due mention in his SONAs, but industry commentators say gaps between design and actuality need to be addressed.
Numbers don’t lie: Government’s slow crawl to digital TV
In five years, only 500 000 qualifying households out of nearly five million have been connected to digital TV decoders.
ANC prioritises high-demand spectrum release to boost economy
The governing party prioritises the release of high-demand spectrum to boost the economy and lower mobile data costs.
2020: What lies ahead for ICT policy and regulation?
Dr Charley Lewis shortlists some of the key developments that are lying in wait down the 2020 road.
Africa, like the rest of the world, must get ready for 5G
Huawei’s Mohamed Madkour believes now is the best time for Africa to start thinking about 5G deployments.