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Government has high hopes for SITA’s reconfiguration

The State IT Agency’s reconfiguration process aims to position it beyond being a government procurement arm, says minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.


Ndabeni-Abrahams says digital migration target still within reach

Even though history shows otherwise, minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams says government is committed to the March 2021 digital migration deadline.


New councillor joins ICASA to round up council

The telecoms regulator welcomes Zolani Kgosietsile Matthews as its sixth councillor, to finally have a full council complement in place.


Allocating spectrum must top ICASA’s priority list, say analysts

It is crunch time for the Independent Communications Authority of SA’s new council, as the industry awaits direction on freeing up high-demand spectrum.


Government not backing down on WOAN plans

Despite failed wholesale open access network initiatives in other countries, the South African government is resolute that the model is the best to promote competition.


Ndabeni-Abrahams backtracks, appoints sixth ICASA councillor

The ICASA council will soon become a nine-member body after minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams makes a U-turn on her appointment decision. 


SITA’s administrator refutes ties with Ndabeni-Abrahams’s hubby

The agency’s executive caretaker Luvuyo Keyise denies allegations that he has a personal relationship with minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams’s husband, Thato Abrahams.


ICASA’s newly-appointed councillors set to take oath of office

The council members will serve a four-year term and execute their mandate in the public interest, while the chairperson will serve the five-year term.

24 Aug

US accused of ‘hegemonic bullying’ in Huawei UK ban

The Chinese Chargé d’Affairs in SA slams Huawei’s ousting by the UK government, calling it a very bad decision motivated by political manipulation.


SA in for nasty surprise if 'Internet Censorship Act’ is enacted

As the Films and Publications Amendment Act edges closer to being operative, legal bodies warn of legal action if its regulations are not amended.

21 Aug

Gijima, Gumede Foundation step up to help Mpumalanga students

The organisations make a multimillion-rand donation of laptops to students that don’t qualify for student financial aid at the University of Mpumalanga.

Aug 19, 2020

Ndabeni-Abrahams to headline AI Expo Africa 2020

Communications and digital technologies minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams is set to deliver the opening keynote at the artificial intelligence event.

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