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Telkom’s plan for employees following acquisition of BCX

Telkom has sent a letter to staff about what lies ahead following its acquisition of BCX.

Telkom fibre

Telkom’s big ADSL and fibre outsourcing plans

Telkom has published a request for information for a “major outsourcing” project for its copper and fibre build and maintenance activities.

First telegraph line

How South Africa went from its first telegraph service in 1859 to 100Mbps fibre in 2015

South Africa’s first telegraph message was sent in December 1859 – here is how telecommunication has evolved from then to now.

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Undersea cable systems in South Africa from 1879 to 2015

Most of your Internet traffic is carried via submarine cable systems from Europe and the United States – here are the cable systems which have served the country over the last 150 years.

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10 cool photographs from the vintage days of Telkom

Telkom has a rich history in South Africa, stretching back nearly two centuries. Here are some of the best photographs from before 1900, showing what communications looked like.

Telkom Call Centre

Telkom call centre waiting times tested

There appears to have been a significant decrease in waiting times at Telkom’s call centre over the past few weeks.

Neotel

Neotel and Transnet “kickback” scandal widens

A storm threatens at the state company over tender-free CCTV projects with Neotel worth R835-million.

Wi-Fi calling

New Cell C Wi-Fi calling launch window

Cell C’s July launch date for Wi-Fi calling has come and gone, but it has reaffirmed that it still plans to offer the service.

mtn fibre

ACE undersea fibre cable extending to South Africa

MTN has invested in the ACE consortium and plans to extend its cable to South Africa.

Gauteng Online

R1.2-billion Gauteng Broadband Network reaches milestone

The R1.2-billion Gauteng Broadband Network roll-out by Altech Alcom Matomo has reached a milestone, with fibre broadband connectivity to eight core nodes.

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