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8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

8:10

ICASA sets off down the spectrum road

Despite some weaknesses and problem areas, the ICASA roadmap marks a crucial first step in getting spectrum rubber out on the ICT road.

6:20
Sep 27, 2019

Spectrum: The golden goose

While stakeholders are hungry for hertz, there are still a number of stumbling blocks along the road to high-demand spectrum nirvana.

3:40
Jul 12, 2019

IOT poser for telecoms industry, say analysts

Mobile operators are urged to leverage the Internet of things to attract new customers.

6:30
Jul 9, 2019

Fibre providers make a play for Soweto

Fibre network providers flock to lay fibre in Soweto, but pundits believe it’s likely to remain a premium service that mostly appeals to high income earners.

5:10

Government pins hopes on 4IR commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa appoints a digital revolution commission, but industry observers advise it must have substance to be taken seriously.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

7:00

ANC wants govt to step up efforts to reduce data costs

The governing party calls for the implementation of its resolutions and policies aimed at driving down the cost of data in the country.

3:10
Apr 10, 2018

Call for Rubben Mohlaloga to resign from ICASA

Uncertainty over the fate of ICASA's fraud-convicted chairperson undermines the council's regulatory effectiveness, says ICT policy expert Charley Lewis.

4:40

Govt criteria for free digital TV decoders isolate millions

Over a million households that don't qualify for subsidised decoders risk being in the dark when SA finally switches from analogue to digital TV.

6:30

No guarantee SA will meet digital migration deadline

Government's commitment to complete the full digital TV switchover by December 2018 seems overly optimistic, says an analyst.

6:10
Aug 13, 2015

Digital apartheid

Those who cannot afford satellite TV will remain stuck in a quagmire of endless terrestrial repeats after SA moves to digital TV.

2:00
Jan 29, 2013

ICT policy `firmly on track`

Communications minister Dina Pule says the policy review is on course following the review panel's first meeting since being established about two months ago.

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