It would appear the #DataMustFall campaign was little more than a public relations stunt for Touch Central.
The government’s new National ICT Policy White Paper is proposing disruptive spectrum plans, which already means that consumers will pay more for mobile data.
The SABC has been plagued by scandals and poor financial decisions in recent times – factors which have affected the quality of its content.
The ANC Government’s multiple telecoms failures have not deterred it from doing the same thing again in its latest ICT Policy White Paper.
Pick n Pay is testing self-service checkouts to make shopping easier and more convenient, but Cosatu is fighting this innovation because of fear of job losses.
The SABC has gone too far this time, and it’s our turn to show them the middle finger.
It is astonishing what the Department of Communications considers “well on track”, while it holds back the broadband industry.
Imagine wireless broadband speeds of over 200Mbps. The resources to make it happen in South Africa are lying unused.
WhatsApp has quickly become the most popular social service in South Africa, and a threat to mobile network revenues.
Batman. Superman. Iron Man. They are vigilantes. We call them heroes, writes Amy Eliason from Webber Wentzel Attorneys.