Thanks to an initiative from Project Isizwe and the Open Society Foundation of South Africa, commuters at the two busiest taxi ranks,the Gugulethu and Khayelitsha taxi ranks can now use the internet. People in and around the Gugulethu and Khayelitsha taxi ranks will be able to access the internet via the Free Internet Zones, making it easier for them to get information about issues such as education and employment.
3 Aug 2015 08:47
Project Isizwe has confirmed that the City of Tshwane recently upgraded the maximum speeds on its free Wi-Fi network to 15 megabits per second. The average speed for users has been 7 mbps. In the past 18 months, The network has grown to 633 sites, resulting in economies of scale that can be passed to citizens in the form of faster WiFi speeds without any additional cost to the city.
30 Jul 2015 11:51
The winners of both awards will be announced at the IITPSA President's Awards event on 12 November 2015.
Issued by ITWeb 29 Jul 2015 14:35
Convergence Partners announced the successful close of its Convergence Partners Communication Infrastructure Fund (CPCIF), with capital of over $200 million, making it one of the largest funds dedicated solely to ICT infrastructure in Africa...
29 Jul 2015 14:00
Facebook celebrated the one-year anniversary of the introduction of the Internet.org app by hosting a Developer Day at iHub in Nairobi, Kenya on 27 July 2015 and introducing new services...
28 Jul 2015 11:18