SAP sets ambitious target for Africa Code Week
The digital skills initiative has empowered 1.8 million pupils with digital skills, as SAP sets its sights on 600 000 more for 2018.Staff Writer
Will SA govt intervene in MTN's Nigeria crisis?
It will do so, if requested according to SA's Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services.
High spectrum prices hit developing nations hard
Too expensive spectrum assignments hinder the uptake of mobile broadband services by consumers in developing economies, a GSMA report finds.
Minister Patel calls for inquiry into data costs
Minister Ebrahim Patel says he wants to promote a data-driven economy and address high data costs in SA.
South Africa: mobile operators' spectrum safe – for now
IDC looks at the impact of Budget Vote speed by the country's Minister of Telecommunications & Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele.
South Africa received the bulk of investment into Africa's ICT industry
Report on funding over the past year shows that SA received the lion's share of investment of more than US$129 million.
SA Minister points telecoms regulator to Rwanda's example
Siyabonga Cwele has lauded spectrum sharing in Rwanda in relation to court action by his department against ICASA.
SA telecoms Minister vows to slash data prices
Regulatory intervention initiated by the government into the pricing of data packages looks to be on the cards in South Africa.
Huawei launches US$5 000 000 SA Innovation and Experience Centre
Tech resource showcases the company's latest solutions and is positioned to contribute towards South Africa's ICT sector.
SA telecoms minister Cwele outlines future plans
Government intends ensuring universal broadband access in the country and connect cities.
Wireless association highlights SA's key ICT challenges
South Africa’s Wireless Access Providers’ Association (WAPA) calls on government to act.
‘SA’s new telecoms ministry must focus on spectrum’
Former state security minister Siyabonga Cwele heads up newly created portfolio.