President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his condolences on the passing of Hlengiwe Mkhize, the former deputy minister of communications.
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The portfolio committee on communications has allocated three weeks to complete the process of filling vacancies on the board of the SABC.
The SABC has put its retrenchment plan on hold following “constructive and extensive” engagements with various stakeholders.
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
The department of telecommunications & postal services on Wednesday kept mum on whether Telkom would be the preferred bidder to supply and maintain a government broadband project in South Africa. Deputy minister
The opposition Democratic Alliance has raised concerns about a meeting taking place this weekend in Durban between officials of the South African and Chinese governments on Internet issues
The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa), the body that represents most of South Africa’s ISPs, has again reiterated that it supports the concept of network neutrality. It said in a statement on Friday that there should be “no blocking
Government’s failure to get to grips with South Africa Connect, the nation’s ambitious broadband roll-out plan that promises to deliver high-speed broadband Internet connectivity everyone in South Africa by 2030, will be apparent to all during the state of the nation address
Broadband Infraco on Tuesday reportedly told parliament that it has sufficient capital to continue operating until the end of August only. The admission has cast further doubt on the state-owned
A joint sitting in parliament on digital migration was packed to the rafters this morning. But the stars of the show, communications minister Faith Muthambi and telecommunications & postal services minister Siyabonga Cwele, failed to appear. Their deputies