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MWEB fibre-to-the-home prices announced

MWEB has announced its fibre broadband prices, which are currently available to Parkhurst fibre-to-the-home customers

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100Mbps broadband prices: Telkom LTE A vs FTTH

Telkom recently launched its 150Mbps LTE Advanced service in Johannesburg – here is how its pricing stacks up against fibre-to-the-home products in the same area

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Web Africa fibre-to-the-home prices revealed

Web Africa’s data prices for the Parkhurst FTTH initiative have been announced

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Is uncapped really uncapped?

Many companies are promoting their data offerings as uncapped or unlimited, but consumers should read the fine print

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Inbound Sound: get your favourite band to SA

Are South African concert organisers ignoring your favourite musicians? Inbound Sound aims to change that

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Biggest ADSL downloaders in South Africa

Many South African ADSL users consume over 1 terabyte of data per month – here are some of the biggest bandwidth hogs

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What SA telecoms websites looked like in the 90s

Here is what the websites of Telkom, MWEB, Internet Solutions, MTN, and other prominent telecoms players looked like in the nineties

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Web Africa doubles ADSL Download Plus data

Web Africa has doubled its Download Plus data for all capped ADSL subscribers

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Uncapped ADSL: good or bad for SA broadband?

With reports of exchange congestion and ISPs having to impose throttling policies on “heavy users”, maybe uncapped wasn’t such a good idea after all

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ISPs to clamp down on torrenting

Uncapped ADSL users should expect even tighter restrictions on torrenting in the future, some ISPs have warned

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SABC board must walk the talk – Radebe

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The SABC needs to walk the talk and abide by the Constitution in respect to the inquiry into the board’s fitness to hold office

No such thing as a 20% maths pass mark – Education Department

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The Department of Basic Education on Friday moved to clear up confusion over reports that it would now allow junior high school pupils to pass maths if they achieved 20% in the subject.

New cyber-attacks on major banks

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Russia’s telecom operator on Friday said it had blocked a series of cyber-attacks on the country’s leading banks this week, the latest to target Moscow’s financial sector.

How are so many professionals afraid of a high school dropout?

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Former SABC board member Krish Naidoo says Hlaudi Motsoeneng is “squatting” at the broadcaster, and can’t understand how so many professionals are afraid of a “high school dropout”.

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