Jacob Zuma

Eskom to probe shady deals with SAP

The power utility commits to undertaking its own investigation following SAP's recent admission.
Staff Writer
Mar 8, 2018

SAP admits misconduct in Gupta deals

The German software maker today said it found compliance breaches and "indications of misconduct" in public sector deals.
Feb 19, 2018

Can Ramaphosa revive SA's ICT industry?

New administration expected to focus on egovt, ICT skills, broadband and digital migration.

Fees not main obstacle to ICT skills development

Survey indicates corporate sponsorship and lack of interest among school leavers are more serious issues.
Mar 31, 2017

SA's ICT sector likely to suffer from cabinet reshuffle

President Zuma's announcement of changes to ministries responsible for country's ICT sector does not bode well says local analyst.
Feb 13, 2017

South Africa follows Ghana, Nigeria with promise to cut data costs

Assurance by SA President that government is looking to reduce data costs follows similar pledges elsewhere on the continent.
Mar 11, 2016

MTN offers R23bn to settle Nigerian fine

The operator reportedly offers to pay over a third of its R60 billion fine in Nigeria via cash instalments, bond purchases and network access.
Mar 9, 2016

MTN fine, accountability dominate SA Nigeria talks

President Buhari blames MTN for 10,000 deaths, orders re-negotiation of fine.
Feb 16, 2016

OPINION: The need to empower small businesses

Small business development critical to secure investor confidence.
Feb 12, 2016

SA ICT expert cautions on #SONA2016 broadband promise

World Wide Worx MD Arthur Goldstuck is warning against possible confusion over government's broadband promise in State of the Nation address.
Dec 4, 2015

Econet secures US$500m loan through ZTE

Senior company executives commit to MoU to facilitate network equipment supply.
Dec 3, 2015

Make or break time for MTN

Anxiety as Buhari and Zuma expected to discuss MTN's fate in Johannesburg.