There is no reason why a country like ours – with the skills, capabilities and resources we have at our disposal – should have to endure a shortage of electricity, writes Cyril Ramaphosa.
Communications minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni remains convinced that a state-owned network infrastructure company can trump the private sector. She is mistaken.
South Africa must diversify its sources of electricity. We cannot rely on a single state utility any longer. By Busi Mavuso.
The advertising industry is in crisis. Many people hate ads and some research is telling us that ads have lost their effectiveness. By Mpume Ngobese.
The spectrum made available recently by communications regulator was long overdue and is needed to unleash the promise of 5G in South Africa.
A threefold solution to the collapse of TerraUSD is one that has a combination of independence, transparency and clear segregation. By Wiehann Olivier.
From electricity to spectrum to water pipes, managers or ministers appointed to fix government services keep running into walls created by decades of neglect.
New technologies like artificial intelligence have made it easier for cybercriminals to scale up their attacks and make them more effective, writes FNB’s Mark Nasila.
There are varying degrees of denial about the truth that cash won’t be king forever. By Andy Jury.
The uniqueness of South Africa requires that we use all available technologies, modern regulatory approaches and spectrum management reforms to get everybody online. By Yolisa Kedama.