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Telkom sabotage causes outages impacting thousands of users

Telkom customers have been hit by outages caused by network sabotage.

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Telkom considers suing Icasa over spectrum

Local telecommunications company Telkom has threatened launching legal action against communications regulator Icasa over a planned spectrum auction.

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Union denies Telkom sabotage

Striking Telkom workers have denied involvement in the alleged sabotage of several network facilities across the country.

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WhatsApp to face same regulations as SMS and phone calls in Europe

Services like WhatsApp, Skype, and Facebook Messenger will face stricter regulations in Europe.

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Telkom strike turns violent

Telkom said that a union-led strike outside its Centurion offices in Gauteng turned ugly on Monday with employees being “aggressively intimidated” and “threatened with violence”.

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Why Telkom hiked an overseas call rate by 2,600%

Subscribers have complained that Telkom quietly implemented massive tariff hikes for overseas calls.

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The telecoms companies which South African techies respect the most

The latest MyBroadband survey results reveal how much respect South African IT professionals have for the different telecoms companies in the country.

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Icasa strike drags into sixth week

Picketing action by striking workers at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has stretched into a sixth week.

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Where the DA got your number

The DA has responded to questions about its robocalling campaign.

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DA silent on its irritating spam calls

The DA has been mum on the spam calls people have been receiving that ask them to vote for the party.

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