A process called “digital restacking” could take up to two years to complete, delaying the allocation of prime radio frequency spectrum to telecommunications operators to 2022.
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The department of communications is expected to provide more information next week about its decision to pull the plug on buying more set-top boxes for South Africa’s digital migration project.
An episode of TalkCentral that focused on the future of DStv was TechCentral’s most popular podcast in July 2018, statistics from platform partner iono.fm reveal.
South Africa may need far fewer government-subsidised set-top boxes for its digital terrestrial television migration project than originally planned, according to Aldred Dreyer, who heads the project management office.
In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews Aldred Dreyer, the newly appointed head of the project management office for digital migration at the department of communications, on South Africa’s long-delayed digital terrestrial television project.
The department of communications has met with the local television manufacturing industry on the mass production of integrated digital television sets for the local retail market. This comes as the department
Two weeks after appointing Sentech’s Aldred Dreyer as head of South Africa’s digital terrestrial television programme management office, communications minister has named the members of Broadcasting Digital
On TalkCentral this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about the week’s big technology news – with a South African flavour. On the menu, a new submarine cable system – the first to cross
Communications minister Nomvula Mokonyane said on Monday that Sentech executive Aldred Dreyer will take over management of South Africa’s long-delayed digital migration project. He will lead the department’s
This podcast is a recording of a presentation and panel discussion facilitated by TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod and hosted by the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers on the state