The Post Office is mounting a campaign to enforce its monopoly over the delivery of small items. If it gets its way, it will inflict long-lasting damage on South Africa’s fledgling e-commerce industry. By Duncan McLeod.
Column | In the battle for market share in the past year, some network providers were able to differentiate themselves through pricing or network quality. The same cannot be said about customer service.
The evolution of digital assets such as cryptocurrencies brings phenomenal potential to change the financial industry, but with this comes certain challenges that have to be overcome. By Wiehann Olivier.
In sub-Saharan Africa, there are now more than a million kilometres of terrestrial fibre, most of which is terribly underutilised due to high access costs. The solution may have its origins in Britain’s early postal system.
It’s been a year since one of the biggest corporate shifts in recent history – the mass move to work-from-home strategies by companies all over the world as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. By Richard Firth.
There are plans to launch a class-action lawsuit to compel Uber to confer several key rights on its drivers, which, if successful, will affect the rights of platform workers in the country.
The future success of telcos will require that they become one-stop diversified technology service providers and change attitudes towards what have been traditional functions. By MTN’s Sudipto Moitra.
A new report by Africa Analysis, the ICT market research and analysis firm, has shed light on how we can expect the 5G market to evolve in South Africa over the next several years. By Dobek Pater.
As the economy sheds jobs and business closures mount because of the Covid-19 lockdowns, South Africa has its work cut out in attempting to expand the tax base. By Robyn Berger.
I let out a cynical laugh while watching President Cyril Ramaphosa deliver his state of the nation address in parliament on Thursday evening. By Duncan McLeod.