The internet as we know it has undergone a remarkable change in the past year as a result of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN's) introduction of over a thousand new generic top level domain names (gTLDs).
Fixed line operator Neotel, which is involved in the provision of broadband services to the Western Cape, aims to spend up to R500m in the coming year to boost fibre and wireless infrastructure across SA.
Mergers and acquisitions are useful when it comes to helping organisations to achieve business objectives. However, this strategy has the potential to create enormous complexity when it comes to consolidating the operations of the two disparate organisations involved in the merger or acquisition.
Mobile telecommunications and payments specialist Blue Label Telecoms reported increased headline earnings per share (HEPS) of 67.98 cents a share for the year to May or revenue that was up by 2% to R19.4bn.
President Jacob Zuma has told Ministers, Premiers and Mayors, who are part of the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission (PICC), that they must jointly develop a problem-solving culture and fix infrastructure problems facing South Africa.
Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane says the public sector must challenge itself to be creative and embrace innovation as a new way of doing government business more smartly and delivering its services.
In a move that aims to bridge the digital divide and enhance educational capability of teachers and students in rural areas of Ghana that have little or no electricity, Samsung Electronics West Africa and the Korean Education and Research Information Service have launched the first solar powered internet school (SPIS) in the country.
The annual Tech4Africa conference will be running the first Cape Town event on 28 August. Tech4Africa focuses on deep technical workshops and sessions for practitioners, and then engaging talks which...
President Jacob Zuma asked for the support of American business to ensure that South Africa does not get excluded from African Growth Opportunities Act (AGOA), the preferential trade programme that was enacted in 2000 to boost and diversify African trade with the US.
The Universal Services and Access Agency of South Africa will be hosting the ICT industry to forge ties between the agency and the private sector with the aim of speeding up the process of rolling broadband infrastructure in rural and under-served communities.
Always-on connectivity has many benefits for the private consumer and the business user alike, and today's plethora of mobile devices reinforce this trend with convenient connected devices geared for mobility.