Reacting with knee-jerk reductivism to Vodacom and MTN’s call for OTTs to be regulated in South Africa will make you miss the bigger picture.
Technology analyst and columnist Arthur Goldstuck has published an open letter to South Africa’s mobile operators.
When the ASA ruled against his 400Mbps fibre-to-the-home marketing, Cybersmart CEO Laurie Fialkov did what no one expected.
Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos has shared his views on the possible regulation of WhatsApp in South Africa.
You can lose your job by simply sharing a Facebook post or retweeting a Twitter comment, as shown in the recent Dianne Kohler Barnard debacle.
It is curious that operators are singling out services like WhatsApp to contribute to their networks, while other apps get a free pass.
While flying cars and hoverboards would have been great, there is some wonderful technology Back to the Future failed to predict.
Telkom has great products at competitive prices, but its poor helpdesk and problems with its sales channels undo all the great work done by its network, product development, and marketing teams.
MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa earned R28 million last year, while Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub earned R21 million. We look at why their salaries are so high.
The South African government managed to wreck the country’s electricity and telecommunications utilities in almost exactly the same way.