Non-profit organisation Right2Know has protested against state surveillance.
Trade union Solidarity has released its “retrenchment bloodbath” report, which details how many workers were retrenched in South Africa over the past year.
Business landline subscribers on Telkom will pay more for their telephone line, and by extension their DSL services, from April.
The Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa was recently called in to rule on Otel’s “Say Goodbye to Telkom” advertisement.
The Communication Workers Union is expected to march to the ANC’s headquarters Luthuli House in Johannesburg on Thursday morning.
South African operators continue to battle criminals who are wrecking mobile networks, and leaving people without communication services.
Merging Broadband Infraco’s network into Telkom will strengthen the incumbent operator’s fixed-line monopoly.
Sweden is the first country in the world with its own phone number, which will connect you to a random Swede to talk about anything.