Analysts say Telkom problems self-inflicted, as job cuts begin
As the company begins retrenchment consultations, analysts say most of its problems emanate from protecting legacy technologies.
Frogfoot extends fibre infrastructure to Polokwane
The expansion forms part of Frogfoot's strategy of rolling out fibre to secondary towns across South Africa.
Link Africa snaps up Internet Solutions’ fibre assets
The transaction extends Link Africa’s fibre network reach to 8 500km, making it one of SA’s biggest fibre network providers.
Remgro unit appoints CEO to exploit DFA, Vumatel assets
After poaching Vodacom CTO Andries Delport, Community Investment Ventures names Raymond Ndlovu as its CEO, along with other executive appointments.
Liquid Telecom links East and West Africa with fibre
New high-capacity digital corridor connects the DRC to neighbouring Tanzania and Zambia.
Liquid Telecom announces direct land-based fibre link connecting East to West Africa via DRC
This means more African cities, communities and businesses will have access to reliable and faster Internet connections, bringing proven economic and social benefits.
Future investments hurt Telkom as fixed-line dwindles
The group says profitability was affected by capital investments and higher hedging costs.
MTN celebrates 25 years with 95% 4G coverage in SA
The mobile network operator says it has reached 95% 4G coverage across the country.
Vox, Frogfoot, Telkom, Cloudseed form new solutions vendor
The companies announce the launch of Lekelela Technical Services, a telecommunication staff and solutions vendor.
Minister challenges fibre industry to service marginalised areas
Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams encourages fibre providers to reach areas they normally shy away from to ensure connectivity for all South Africans.
Vumatel fires warning shot with prepaid fibre services
The fibre network operator promises high-speed and reliable connectivity through its prepaid platform, saying cost shouldn’t be an inhibitor to access.