Tracker's Mojapela Makau told the ITWeb Digital Economy 2017 summit how the digital revolution has changed customer expectations.
Study expects 22.5 million South Africans to come online in 2017 to reach the 40% penetration mark.
Satellite Internet is the perfect service to use in areas where broadband isn't ubiquitous, because it is easy to use, and highly reliable, says Q-KON Africa.
By the end of 2016, more than half of the world's population will not yet be using the Internet, says the ITU.
Luke McKend, Google SA country director, tells ITWeb how the company aims to extend its influence in SA.
The social media giant completes its first full-scale drone, which will provide Internet access to remote parts of the world.
Africa - especially SA - is set to see Internet connectivity rise dramatically, thanks to plummeting smartphone prices.
Government has big plans to bring large-scale Internet connectivity to the African continent. But how realistic are its targets?
Learners in South Korea will carry tablets instead of backpacks to school by 2015.
The country finally reaches the 10% penetration mark for Internet access.
How did Egypt accomplish its 64% Internet penetration in four years, while SA saw a measly 10% in 10 years?