Telkom’s latest annual report reveals the company’s 10 largest shareholders.
When your operator has angered you to the point where you want to jump ship, this is the road your number will travel
The CONNECT 2015 Conference is taking place from 20-22 September 2015 at the Cape Sun Hotel in Cape Town.
Telkom is offering workers a sweet deal to leave the company voluntarily – but it’s taking a massive chunk of cash to do so.
Minister Siyabonga Cwele is being accused of ‘protecting’ two officials who rigged a R756 million tender and lied to parliament to protect former minsiter, Dina Pule.
A media tour of Nkandla gave South Africans the first ever opportunity to put pictures to some of the state-funded infrastructure built inside President Jacob Zuma’s private rural compound.
No load shedding
There is currently no load shedding
Things are looking up for Telkom’s loss-making mobile phone business as the company on Friday reported stronger revenues.
Neotel’s board has reported the payments to the police as possible bribery.
Free Wi-Fi is being rolled out at taxi ranks in the Western Cape as an expansion of a project to grow internet access throughout South Africa.
Cabinet ministers are reviewing their decision to grant Eskom the ownership and operational rights of the proposed nuclear build programme.
Power failures are the leading concern for small business owners in South Africa, according to World Wide Worx research.
Here is Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko’s letter to 2,400 employees who are leaving the company today.
Facebook has revealed Aquila – a solar-powered unmanned plane that beams down Internet connectivity from the sky.
Broadband roll-out programmes won’t be affected by several key staff having exited the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services, says a spokesperson.
The first ever Google Developer Summit in Sub-Saharan Africa is coming to South Africa.