Telkom’s fixed-line and enterprise business lines have taken a battering due to the Covid-19 lockdown, but its consumer mobile business is flying, the company said in a market update on Friday.
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Blue Label Telecoms has sold its interest in Blue Label Mexico to its partner in the business, multinational bakery products company Grupo Bimbo, for $11.5-million.
Podcast | Duncan McLeod interviews former Springbok rugby captain Bob Skinstad about the career he’s built since retiring from professional rugby in 2007 and specifically his partnership with Knife Capital.
South Africa’s digital television migration project has once again come unstuck. Is it time to give up on the project altogether? By Duncan McLeod.
Deploying data centres under the sea is not only feasible, it is logistically, environmentally and economically practical. That’s the finding from Microsoft, whose Project Natick has been experimenting with the idea of subsea data centres for several years.
The ZA Central Registry has introduced a “Registry Lock” feature for .za domain names, adding an extra layer of security – for a fee – for domain owners.
South Africa will complete its digital migration project by 2022 at the earliest, the acting government director-general with operational oversight of the project said in an exclusive interview with TechCentral.
Telkom shareholders have shot down a special resolution at its AGM that would have allowed the company to issue more shares for cash if it had been approved.
Podcast | TechCentral’s Duncan McLeod interviews Absa Group CIO Wilhelm Krige about the mammoth project, now mostly completed, of separating the banking giant’s IT systems from former parent Barclays.
Santie Botha and Khanyisile Kweyama are stepping down from the board of Telkom, while Alphonzo Samuels will join the board along with Herman Singh.