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.
Going back on contract wasn’t an easy decision to make – this is why I chose Telkom.
The FPB’s new “online content distribution” licence has no basis in law, according to a regulatory expert.
The arrival of a major international streaming service like Netflix in South Africa is fantastic, but can it compete against DStv?
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.