SA ranks third in Africa for broadband speed

SA's race for
broadband

Researchers outline
country's ranking.

Monday, Aug 19th

SA police call for vigilance after Taxify murder

SA police call for vigilance after Taxify murder

Law enforcement makes appeal following murder that could be linked to an ongoing turf war between metered taxis and raid hailing services.

Mascom restores roaming services to South Africa

Mascom restores roaming services to South Africa

Setback dealt with and telco determined to establish call centre operations and has partnered with BITC to reinforce its strategy.

TelOne rules out unilateral debt write-off

TelOne rules out unilateral debt write-off

Telco's leadership adamant the company cannot afford to overlook outstanding bills.

Uber looks to leverage SSA growth opportunity

Uber looks to leverage SSA growth opportunity

Exec says countries in the region are characterised by rapid urbanisation.

Access Kenya becomes Internet Solutions after DiData buyout

Access Kenya becomes Internet Solutions after DiData buyout

Exec says decision was driven by the brand's equity across Africa and globally.

Zim industry regulator blasts NetOne over airtime 'disappearance'

Zim industry regulator blasts NetOne over airtime 'disappearance'

Telco rapped over the knuckles over billing system blunder.

Kenya's Mondo Ride raises US$5 for Africa expansion

Kenya's Mondo Ride raises US$5m for Africa expansion

Ride-hailing platform says investors from UAE and Egypt led its latest round of financing.

Uber quits Morocco over regulatory environment

Uber quits Morocco over regulatory environment

Company says it hopes to return as soon as new rules are in place.

New gen cyber threats forcing the corporate hand

New gen cyber threats forcing the corporate hand

Check Point Software Technologies Founder and CEO Gil Shwed offers his perspective on the changing cyber security landscape and what lies ahead.

Argility plans expansion after Jan acquisition

Argility plans expansion after Jan acquisition

Company announces fourth addition to the Tech Group established towards the end of 2017.

Safaricom, Airtel and Telkom Kenya slapped with Ksh.311 million fine

Safaricom, Airtel and Telkom Kenya slapped with Ksh.311 million fine

Communications Authority of Kenya claims the three operators failed to meet quality of service standards.