Tariff increases unsettle Zimbabwe telecommunications firms

Zim telcos
feel rattled

Tariff increases will
have an impact.


Tuesday, Nov 12th

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Join our dynamic team as a service provider!

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Skills among main barriers to AI adoption

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Gartner research also highlights fear of the unknown and data quality.

SA's City of Tshwane confirms TshWi-Fi network upgrade

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Black-owned management consulting and ICT services company, Ulwembu Business Services supports drive.

Africa must act now on AI or fall behind

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Web aspirations for the next 30 years

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Despite raising US$100-million in funding.

Liquid Telecom, MTN ink 4G roaming deal

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Digitise or be disrupted – techquilibrium is the key says Gartner

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Businesses must emerge from change as more digital enterprises or face detrimental disruption.

Rain, Huawei launch first commercial 5G network in SA

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Rain is planning a full commercial rollout of its 5G network in mid-2019 but says the network is already live in Johannesburg.

End of the 2G road

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South African operators cut back on service.

South Africa's 5G reality revealed

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5G network subscriptions and end-user devices will be in the spotlight in 2019.