The first telephones arrived in South Africa in 1878. Here is how phone technology has progressed in the country – from the days of Alexander Graham Bell, to the Samsung Galaxy S6.
MyBroadband takes a look at the first telephone used in the country – back in 1878 in Cape Town.
Vox Telecom has launched a “first-to-market” uncapped voice package for FTTH customers in South Africa.
Experts are projecting that South Africa’s public sector ICT spending will rise to $707.6m by 2019.
Many people are complaining about long waiting times when they call the Telkom help desk – here are some alternative ways to get support.
South Africa’s IT community revealed which mobile services they use, and which telecommunications operator they respect the most.
ISPA has asked for greater competition through open access, an understanding of net neutrality, and a regulator that is equipped to translate policy into practice.
Research from the Link Centre conducted for the Right2Know Campaign shows that poor South Africans don’t want free airtime.
The Right2Know campaign has argued for an alternative to South Africa’s current privatised telecoms sector. Be careful what you wish for.