South Africa expects job creation, economic upswing from Equiano
Stakeholders believe the subsea internet cable will indirectly contribute to the creation of 180 000 jobs and increase GDP up to US$7bn by 2025.Staff Writer
End to SA's international connectivity catastrophe
Openserve receives confirmation from cable vessel Leon Thevenin that restoration of SAT3/WASC is complete.
Cable ship Leon Thevenin heads to Angola
Openserve releases statement on latest developments.
Cable restoration vessel readies to depart Cape
Openserve confirms process underway and all loading is expected to be complete by 22 January 2020.
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.
Skills essential if SA is to survive 'digital tsunami'
The country's education system and its ability to generate sufficient sought-after skills remains under scrutiny.
Telkom posts flat revenue as BCX underperforms
Telkom reports flat revenue and declining headline earnings on the back of a tough year for BCX due to declining ICT spend in both the private and public sectors.
South Africa: severe weather impacts Openserve's infrastructure
Chief of Operations advises those who use the company's network to report faults via their respective service providers.
Telkom's Openserve to reduce prices in August
The company will upgrade its 2Mbps and 8Mbps offerings to 4Mbps and 10Mbps respectively free of charge.
Openserve, Huawei link up on fibre network expansion
Companies announce trial results indicating a seven-fold increase in the speed of fibre deployment.
8,600 Telkom SA employees heading to Openserve
Move signals the formal integration of the networks organisation into autonomous wholesale division.
Telkom's Openserve announces price reductions
Wholesale division confirms new rates will be effective on 1 June 2016.