South Africa’s main political parties have all made broadband promises in their 2016 Municipal Elections manifestos.
Government has expressed its desire to forsake revenue over broadband access as it races to meet its self-imposed goal of universal internet by 2020.
Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele said that South Africa is making strides in the roll-out of broadband.
Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi has noted the misleading reports on the approval of the SABC editorial policy, says the Department of Communications.
A Vodacom customer received a R20,000 data bill after her son watched “Minecraft tutorial videos on YouTube” using her tablet.
The latest MyBroadband survey results reveal which broadband service in South Africa has the most loyal customers.
The City of Tshwane has approved a “groundbreaking” broadband project aimed at promoting an e-government, despite objections from the Gauteng and national treasuries.
The latest MyBroadband survey results reveal which mobile broadband provider in South Africa has the most loyal customers.
The latest Akamai State of the Internet report reveals how South Africa’s mobile Internet speeds compare to global standards.
There is a single line about broadband in the ANC’s 2016 Local Government Elections Manifesto.