1,000 young people to be trained in ICT in China
1,000 young people to be trained in ICT in China

Government and Huawei have signed an agreement that will see 1,000 young South Africans trained in information and communications technology (ICT) in China over the next five years.

20 Jul 2016

Cell C not happy with minimum spectrum price
Cell C not happy with minimum spectrum price

Cell C has raised concerns about the telecommunications regulator's decision to set the minimum bidding price of spectrum licence at R3bn, saying that the four spectrum lots were not equally valuable.

By Thabiso Mochiko 20 Jul 2016

Vodacom and MTN welcome spectrum move
Vodacom and MTN welcome spectrum move

The decision by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) to issue spectrum licences has been hailed as "a major progressive step for the economy" because it will accelerate the roll-out of 4G wireless network. Icasa has invited interested companies to apply for spectrum within the 700MHz, 800MHz and 2,600MHz bands.

By Thabiso Mochiko 18 Jul 2016

The evolution and revolution of business networks in Africa
The evolution and revolution of business networks in Africa

Trade is in Africa's blood. Its rich resources, numerous societies and access to the world have created a hotbed of trade civilisations. One could go back millennia to the early kingdoms around the continental horn - the forefathers and peers of the Ancient Egyptian world - or the mysterious Kingdom of Nok in West Africa as examples.

By Brett Parker 18 Jul 2016