Fibre-to-the-home installations are not happening as fast or as cheaply as they should, the FTTH Council Africa has said.
Data breaches are a regular part of the cyberthreat landscape.
Most ISPs in South Africa still throttle their clients extensively, leaving their ADSL account useless after they have reached a mythical usage limit set by the ISP.
SEACOM, has added the Deutscher Commercial Internet Exchange (DE-CIX) in Marseille and France Internet Exchange (FranceIX) in Paris to the growing list of European Internet exchange points at which it peers.
A South African bookmaker has revealed who its money is on to eventually sit on the Iron Throne.
According to a report by the City Press, Motsoeneng has given new orders as part of his bid to change how the SABC operates.
South Africans are coming under increased pressure from work due to WhatsApp work groups – which require them to respond to and act on any messages sent by colleagues or superiors.
SA consumers could be paying R5,000 for lavish launch events and expensive marketing campaigns.
In a recent interview, technology entrepreneur Elon Musk suggested we are living inside a computer simulation.
J.D. Power’s 2016 U.S. Initial Quality Study has revealed the most reliable car brands in the world.
MTN has answered questions about what to expect when Afrihost buys itself back from the operator.
A waiter accused of skimming R60,000 from a customer’s bank card at a Camps Bay restaurant made his first appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
No empirical evidence was used to back up the SABC’s decision to ban coverage of violent protests, an Icasa public hearing was told on Friday.
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Roaming specialists expand high speed, low cost solutions to make it easier to remain connected when abroad.
Tencent and e-commerce businesses have helped lift Naspers’ revenues by 6% to $12.2bn for the financial year ended March 31 2016.
Mobile operator MTN has hit back at claims by the Black Management Forum that its new CEO should have been black, in keeping with the spirit of transformation.
Encrypted digital TV set-top boxes risk being expensive for government and burdening poorer South Africans with defunct technology, says pay-TV provider MultiChoice.
For the third time, Team South Africa has won the International student supercomputing championships.
The DA and Right2Know have protested the SABC’s censoring of images showing the Tshwane riots.
Apple has confirmed it is discontinuing its old Thunderbolt display.
FNB is warning its customers about an increase in banking scams in South Africa.
SanDisk has unveiled its iXpand Memory Case, a cover for the iPhone 6 and 6S with built-in storage.
The Crime Intelligence and Community Awareness group has posted new photos showing destruction and looting in Pretoria.
President Jacob Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority’s bid to appeal the High Court ruling that the president should face corruption charges has been dismissed, with costs.