A man who ripped off equipment from mobile phone base stations in the Western Cape has been sentenced to 500 years in prison, though he will spend no more than 13 years behind bars in practice.
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MTN Group expects to report an increase in earnings per share of at least R3.45, or 140%, in the six months to the end of June 2020.
Telkom is stepping up plans to remove copper from its network and will no longer offer copper-based digital subscriber line services in areas where it has deployed fibre.
Fibre industry lobby group FTTx Council Africa announced on Wednesday that it is rebranding as the Digital Council Africa to reach a broader audience.
Bolt, the company formerly known as Taxify, has launched a lower-cost ride-hailing service that it claims is the cheapest in South Africa.
Rain, the first telecommunications operator in South Africa to launch a commercial 5G network, said on Friday that it is expanding the network to cover the country’s second largest city.
Primedia will retrench an unspecified number of employees as it struggles to deal with the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown, the challenging economic environment and rapid technological change.
Eskom will escalate the load shedding level from 1 to 2 at 2pm on Wednesday after it blamed high demand for the need to ramp up the rolling nationwide blackouts.
A week after launching Showmax Pro in Kenya and Nigeria, MultiChoice Group has announced the service, which includes live sports, is now available in 40 more countries. South Africa isn’t one of them.