SA ranks third in Africa for broadband speed

SA's race for
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Researchers outline
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Monday, Aug 19th

Boardroom wars erupt as Telecel suspends board director

Boardroom wars erupt as Telecel suspends board director

Company cites confidentiality breaches as main reason.

Hitachi Vantara introduces new regional director for East & West Africa

Hitachi Vantara introduces new regional director for East & West Africa

JP Smith appointed to create 'high-performance culture' within company's sales.

South Africa: severe weather hits Openserve's infrastructure

South Africa: severe weather hits Openserve's infrastructure

The bad weather hitting coastal KZN is wreaking havoc on Openserve infrastructure and causing a rising number of network faults.

MTN Nigeria listing under investigation by financial crimes agency

MTN Nigeria listing under investigation by financial crimes agency

MTN is facing more trouble in Nigeria, this time an investigation by Nigeria's Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

US pushback no match for Huawei growth

US pushback no match for Huawei growth

The Chinese networking equipment-maker sees a 39% increase in first-quarter revenue, despite Western pressure on its 5G business.

Embattled Huawei anticipates limited impact on local operations

Embattled Huawei anticipates limited impact on local operations

US trade ban, Google severing ties and reports of mobile networks in Asia and Europe cancelling orders will unlikely impact South Africa.

Altron appoints risk and compliance exec

Altron appoints risk and compliance exec

Sayeeda Khan will fulfil duties within the newly created role.

Africa’s postal services slow to grasp digital transformation

Africa's postal services slow to grasp digital transformation

Research by Universal Postal Union (UPU) reflects on imbalance of e-commerce services on the continent.

South Africa: renewables debate rages as Eskom woes deepen

South Africa: renewables debate rages as Eskom woes deepen

Energy experts are at odds over the costs associated with coal versus renewables, as Eskom struggles to keep the lights on.

Nigeria's aviation authority threatens to demolish 7000 telco masts

Nigeria's aviation authority threatens to demolish 7000 telco masts

Regulator at loggerheads with operators over 'illegal' infrastructure.

Cyclone Idai takes its toll on Mozambique's communications

Cyclone Idai takes its toll on Mozambique's communications

Reports detail winds of over 60 km/hour as well as heavy rains measuring 200mm in the past 24 hours.