MTN Group will list its Rwandan subsidiary on the Rwanda Stock Exchange on 4 May, the JSE-listed telecommunications giant said on Monday.
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A 24Tbit/s submarine telecommunications system connecting South Africa to the islands of Madagascar, Reunion and Mauritius has gone live and is carrying Internet traffic between the countries.
Government’s proposed deal with Karpowership to buy electricity generated on its three floating power stations over a period of 20 years will expose consumers to considerable risk.
Eskom will implement load shedding from 9pm on Tuesday evening as it fights breakdowns at its power plants. The power cuts – at stage 2 – will last until 5am on Wednesday.
Vodacom Group said on Monday that it will work with the African Union to offer a mobile technology platform to manage vaccination appointments and vaccine stocks across the continent.
Absa Group said on Thursday that it is launching a skills incubator in partnership with Amazon Web Services to train employees in cloud computing skills.
More than 40% of victims of ransomware attacks in South Africa pay the cybercriminals responsible to try to secure or recover their data. But in many cases, the crooks simply disappear with the money.
Africa Data Centres, the carrier-neutral data centre company in the Liquid Intelligent Technologies stable, has announced plans to build a 10MW facility in Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos.
Vodacom has reduced the price of a gigabyte of data, bought on an ad hoc basis, by 14%, from R99 to R85, and adjusted several other data tariffs.
Dimension Data said on Thursday that it has acquired Acacia Cloud Solutions, a cloud implementation specialist that works closely with Amazon Web Services.