Telkom’s FreeMe mobile products shook up the South African mobile market and the company is planning more disruptive products which will offer “unrivalled value”.
SEACOM has given an update on its business division following its launch in 2015.
In the current South African communications context, disruptions can have both negative and positive outcomes.
AfricaCom – the large and influential African-focussed tech event – recently took place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
South Africa has moved from position 86 to 88 in the International Telecommunication Union’s 2016 ICT development index rankings.
Mobile operators track and store a surprising amount of private data about you.
Telkom said a general switching problem in KwaZulu-Natal this morning led to landline services being interrupted, but the issue has since been resolved.
IOX and SEACOM have signed a memorandum of understanding to build an undersea cable system connecting Africa and Mauritius.
Angola Cables, which is building the Monet and SACS cables between the Americas and Africa, will launch a point of presence in South Africa.