May 3, 2019

Liquid Telecom partners SITA in ECape broadband push

The organisations conclude an agreement to deliver broadband services in the Eastern Cape province.

Mar 4, 2019

Selecting a business broadband provider

Your number one priority is to find an ISP that works with you to enable your business's growth, instead of limiting it, says Grant Parker, GM of SEACOM Business SA.

Feb 22, 2019

SA Connect: Another year, another moving target

After a long history of missed SA Connect targets, the telecoms department believes its new implementation model will finally get the broadband project on the path to delivery.


ICASA hearings on broadband roadmap begin

The authority holds public hearings on the draft International Mobile Telecommunications roadmap, after calling for written comments.


ICASA seeks comments on draft broadband roadmap

The authority issues a draft of the International Mobile Telephony roadmap, calling for comments before 18 January 2019.

Oct 31, 2018

High Court ruling enforces SITA's role

The Bisho High Court hands SITA a victory, ruling the Eastern Cape Provincial Government's decision to bypass lawful procurement procedures was flawed.

Jul 13, 2018

Poor countries now better off with broadband

The most vulnerable countries in the world are growing their economies and enhancing livelihoods through broadband.

Jul 11, 2018

Broadband rollout to govt sites hits a snag

The telecoms department fails to connect 327 sites in rural municipalities by its June deadline, and misses SA Connect targets once again.


AI to contribute significantly to global economic growth

It is helping promote a new cycle of economic growth in countries across the globe: Huawei GCI 2018.


When will fibre replace satellite?

A perspective on the need for satellite networks for Africa.


Citizens in underserved areas need services too

Rural service delivery starts with the availability of affordable infrastructure, and broadband is a central pillar in that foundation.


R1.7bn spent on Gauteng broadband network

While the provincial government planned to spend R1.2 billion over five years on its broadband network, costs have already hit the R1.7 billion mark to date.

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