Browsing: Norman Munzhelele

Build it and they will come. That was the overwhelming message emanating from the first FTTH Council Africa conference in Cape Town this week. Speaker after speaker made the case – often cogently – for why any capacity that gets built will be used

The South African government must be careful not to crowd out the private sector as it moves to increase the penetration of broadband services in the country. This is the warning from Dimension Data Africa and Convergence Partners chairman Andile Ngcaba, who was

The department of communications has set out a case for more muscular government involvement in the telecommunications industry to help ensure that access to broadband becomes universal in South Africa. The department’s chief director

Technology industry players have begun expressing reservations about the lack of a transition period and confusion as to whether existing black economic empowerment (BEE) compliance documents remain applicable following the publication in June of the BEE charter for the sector. Various ICT players