Given the high levels of digital skills and ambition in your workforce, how can you equip employees to create their solutions, with limited involvement from IT? By Standard Bank’s Ian Doyle.
The problems with communications regulator Icasa’s invitation to apply for the Woan licence are so significant that we might be witness to a process that will produce a stillborn entity. By Vuyani Jarana.
Government wants to introduce price controls in the telecoms sector when what it should be doing is embarking on a programme of wholesale deregulation, privatisation and liberalisation. By Martin van Staden.
A licensing proposal for the SABC involving Netflix and MultiChoice, is the subject of passionate debate and controversy. Could it actually work? By Ian Jacobsberg.
MultiChoice Group, the owner of DStv and Showmax, surprised investors on Monday when it revealed that France’s Groupe Canal+ has acquired 6.5% of its equity, sending its shares leaping higher.
But as digital payments become the norm, society is contemplating whether a cashless future may just be a reality. But is it achievable – or even desirable? By Nedbank’s Chipo Mushwana.
Absa’s separation from Barclays gave the banking group the chance to consider alternative solutions to fight financial crime. By Nic Swingler.
The procurement of power from independent producers will significantly increase investment in the sector. This will attract greater investment in energy and create much needed jobs. By Cyril Ramaphosa.
Communications regulator Icasa faces its biggest-ever test over the coming six months as it gears up to oversee South Africa’s first-ever auction of broadband telecommunications spectrum.
South Africa’s digital television migration project has once again come unstuck. Is it time to give up on the project altogether? By Duncan McLeod.