The concrete edifice that Telkom occupied in downtown Pretoria until it moved to a modern campus in the suburbs remains unoccupied, five years after it was bought by the South African Police Service.
Author: Staff Reporter
Opposition is mounting to a move by municipalities to try to get the exclusive right to distribute electricity countrywide.
The situation in Johannesburg is bizarre and increasingly untenable.
Stakeholders have until Friday to submit written comments to energy regulator Nersa on Eskom tariffs that may increase by more than 40%.
Communications minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni will approach Telkom with a view to reaching an out-of-court settlement over the latest spectrum impasse.
It is entirely possible – and quite simple – to earn back at least your monthly account fee in eBucks each month.
Blue Label Telecoms, the JSE-listed firm that owns 45% of Cell C, is still in talks about recapitalising the debt-laden mobile operator’s balance sheet.
Unit 4 at the Kusile power station has been synchronised to the national grid for the first time, which should help to alleviate pressure on the system into 2022.
Eskom has blamed an “internal fault” for a transformer explosion that has knocked out unit 8 of the Camden coal-fired power station.
Businesses countrywide will from 1 February pay up to 1 700% more for unrest insurance, with e-commerce companies are also in for a nasty surprise.