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South Africa’s spectrum process is slow, complex, and holding back innovation

The process for allocating new spectrum in South Africa is overly complicated, regulatory expert Mike Silber has said.

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ICASA stands ground on spectrum auction, extends deadline

ICASA has extended the application deadline for sought-after LTE frequency spectrum.

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Telkom sabotage: SDCs torn apart, MSANs damaged, fibre cables cut

Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko has thanked employees who were picking up the pieces of network sabotage.

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New Seacom point of presence in UK

Seacom has strengthened its international IP/MPLS network by going live with a point of presence in Slough, just outside of London.

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Can ISPs be held liable if their subscribers are pirates?

Adams & Adams senior associate Nicole Smalberger sheds light on whether Internet Service Providers can be held liable for their subscribers’ copyright infringement.

SpaceX Falcon 9 explodes at Cape Canaveral

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes, takes Facebook satellite with it

A Falcon 9 rocket has exploded during a static-fire test at Cape Canaveral, taking its payload with it.

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Union slams judge in Telkom retrenchment case

The Communication Workers Union has cried foul over a damning labour court ruling handed down against it on Tuesday.

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Judge lashes CWU, denies interdict against Telkom

The CWU has received a lashing from Judge AJ Snyman over its attitude.

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Telkom’s Enzo Scarcella leaves for MTN

MTN Group has appointed Enzo Scarcella as chief operating officer of its South African unit, according to Bloomberg.

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Massive Telkom outage after sabotage

Telkom has said a recent network outage in Limpopo was due to sabotage.

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