There were many unanswered questions about a satellite reportedly commissioned eight years ago under the title “Project Flute”, the DA said on Sunday.
Outa says that the e-tolling project, implemented on Gauteng’s freeways in December, is “grossly inefficient, largely unworkable and difficult to enforce”.
After a lull in new devices, 2014 promises happy geeks plugging into radical technology.
Telkom’s disciplinary hearing involving suspended CFO, Jacques Schindehütte, has been a major distraction for the company, said CEO Sipho Maseko.
Where is South Africa’s R1.2-billion Russian spy satellite? Nobody in government wants to answer that question
The latest Effective Measure demographics report shows who South Africa’s Internet users really are
Revelations that the NSA has tapped the SEA-Me-We–4 undersea cable has raised questions about the implications for SA networks
It costs nearly R500,000 to attend the WEF’s annual conference, but this price tag did not deter some South African telecoms execs and government officials
Bloomberg reports that Telkom received complaints about how senior staff were appointed and the misuse of funds