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Sita again struck by downtime

The State IT Agency, which provides centralised IT services to the public sector, was again hit by downtime on Monday, the second time this has happened in three days.

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Government faces more criticism over Woan plan

Civil society groups Media Monitoring Africa and the SOS Coalition have blasted government’s plan to create a wholesale open-access network, or Woan, saying in a submission to the department of telecommunications

Podcasts
TalkCentral: Ep 183 – ‘Crisis at SAP’

On TalkCentral this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg dissect the crisis facing SAP in South Africa and analyse how it’s managed things so far (short version: not terribly well). Also this week, why

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State said to mull Infraco, Sentech merger

South Africa is considering a merger of state-owned technology companies Broadband Infraco and Sentech to help accelerate the roll-out of high-speed Internet to the population within three years, according to two people

In-depth
Sona 2017: what’s in store for ICT?

The 2017 state-of-the-nation address takes place today, 9 February. In the weeks that follow, the nine premiers will deliver their state-of-the-province addresses. The purpose of these addresses is to outline government policy

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FibreCo poaches top Infraco executive

National fibre operator FibreCo Telecommunications has poached Broadband Infraco’s Sammy Mafu as its new business development executive. Mafu, who was chief marketing and sales officer at the state-owned

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SA Connect broadband tender cancelled

The State IT Agency (Sita) has cancelled a tender for the construction of a rural broadband network under the South Africa Connect broadband strategy. Late last week, Sita published a notice in the

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