Browsing: Robert Nkuna

DA wants credible study of new ICT laws

The Democratic Alliance has welcomed a commitment by department of telecommunications & postal services director-general Robert Nkuna that he will consider commissioning properly researched financial impact assessments of proposed new

SA looks to modernise postal network

The department of telecommunications & postal services has met with the Universal Postal Union to discuss ways to modernise the postal network to benefit from e-commerce. The meeting between department director-general Robert

Duncan McLeod
How to fix the ICT policy white paper

The department of telecommunications & postal services’s new director-general, Robert Nkuna, is going to have no time to ease gently into his new office in Hatfield, Pretoria. Indeed, he’s going to have to hit the ground running. The former councillor at

Robert Nkuna is new telecoms DG

Robert Nkuna is the new director-general of the department of telecommunications & postal services, replacing Rosey Sekese, who was “expelled” from her post after being suspended in 2015. Cabinet ratified the decision to appoint Nkuna, who is

Spies set to succeed Fourie at Pinnacle

Pierre Spies has been named as deputy CEO at technology group Pinnacle Holdings and is set to take the reins when the current CEO, Arnold Fourie, steps down. After a torrid year for the group, which included an investigation

New revelations in Pule drama

Soccer boss Jomo Sono is at the centre of an alleged blackmail campaign against communications minister Dina Pule, City Press reported on Sunday. The newspaper alleged Sono’s company, Jomo Sono Investments, was one of 36 companies in the running for a R2,5bn tender to be awarded by Pule’s department

Duncan McLeod
Now let’s go rural

The department of communications is working on a number of long overdue projects that could have a profound impact on the technology sector. If it delivers on its new approach, SA has a good chance of building a more competitive

Naspers: SA’s next telecoms operator?

Could Naspers become SA’s newest telecommunications operator? It is looking increasingly likely that the Cape Town-based media giant will commit the billions of rand necessary to do just that. Its Internet service provider subsidiary, MWeb

Gov’t wants to license new telecoms operators

The department of communications wants to use the sale of radio frequency spectrum in “high-demand bands” to facilitate the entrance of new infrastructure competitors in SA’s telecommunications industry. “We should allow licensees

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