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Turns out our speculation was right on the money. Vodacom is ditching its familiar blue and green colours and rebranding to parent Vodafone’s red and white while retaining its name

Seacom has moved to buy redundant capacity on competing cables already in place around Africa following a spate of downtime incidents that have left some SA consumers fuming

The department of trade & industry believes it can generate as much as R40bn of investment into the country through “equity equivalence” deals involving multinational corporations that operate in SA

Microsoft SA will today, Tuesday, announce the names of four successful black-owned companies that will receive an investment injection as part of its black empowerment “equity equivalence” deal

There is a clear business case for building fibre-to-the-home networks in SA, and more telecommunications companies should be looking at it. That’s the view of Icasa councillor William Stucke

Last year, the auditor-general was concerned about state-owned broadcasting signal distributor Sentech’s ability to continue as a going concern. But the company appears to be on the mend following

ECN Telecommunications says government needs to set tangible goals for Internet provision that private business can use to measure itself. Speaking at the sixth annual broadband summit

The design capacity of the East Africa Submarine System (Eassy), a submarine cable that connects countries along Africa’s east coast, has been bumped up to nearly 5Tbit/s. It’s the second time the capacity has been upped

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) has finally put out a request for proposals for interested providers to host an Internet exchange in Durban. Potential providers have until

Due to expected changes to the Electronic Communications Act and the implementation of the Consumer Protection Act, proposed regulations governing how telecommunications operators are allowed to handle equipment