Recent statements about e-tolls reportedly made by Gauteng transport MEC Ismail Vadi, while positive, are causing confusion, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) said on Tuesday. “In the statement made by the Sunday Independent, Vadi suggests that e-tolls should be replaced by more efficient
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Installing Wi-Fi access points in taxis and taxi ranks would change people’s perception of the taxi industry, Gauteng transport MEC Ismail Vadi said on Thursday. “Man, I tell you, I would not have thought of an idea of getting Internet into a taxi. It is a novel move,” he said at the launch of the South African National Taxi
New technology is being rolled out across licence testing centres in Gauteng in an attempt to fight fraud and corruption. A new electronic system for learner’s licence tests had replaced the booklet system at eight testing centres in the province, transport MEC Ismail Vadi said on Tuesday
All four South African mobile network operators have agreed to ensure full network coverage for voice and data services on the Gautrain rapid rail system by July 2014. Gauteng MEC for roads and transport Ismail Vadi met recently with representatives of the networks and officials from the Gautrain
Episode 16 of TechCentral’s business technology podcast TalkCentral is ready for streaming or downloading. In the latest episode, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Candice Jones reflect on Cell C’s mobile broadband launch in Gauteng and the new data tariffs on offer.
Cabinet should look carefully at all the implications of a review of the policy on digital migration. This is the telling conclusion reached by the parliamentary portfolio committee on communications in a report detailing a review of two television standards being considered for SA’s move from analogue to digital terrestrial television.
Parliament’s portfolio committee on communications called off a meeting it was due to hold with executives from dysfunctional state-owned signal distributor Sentech on Tuesday morning. Sentech flew four company members, including its chairman, Quraysh Patel, to Cape Town this week to present its turnaround strategy to the committee. However, Sentech’s “plan for sustainability” did not reach the parliamentarians until Tuesday morning, giving them no time to review the document ahead of the meeting.