Author: Denis Smit

I noted, with an element of morbid curiosity, the following exchange in the UK’s house of commons two days ago: “The government has not carried out any impact assessments of leaving the EU on the UK economy, Brexit secretary David Davis

Are things repeating themselves in South Africa’s telecommunications policy development? Having been involved in telecoms policy processes and development for over 20 years, I have noticed how on many occasions history

On 25 May, President Jacob Zuma announced the cabinet for his second term. In a surprise movement, the announcement included significant changes in the role of the department of communications and the creation of a new ministry of telecommunications and postal services. This has resulted in enormous