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In a development that is likely to send shockwaves through South Africa’s information and communications technology (ICT) industry, President Jacob Zuma has replaced his hard-working communications minister, Yunus Carrim, with Siyabonga Cwele, formerly the minister of state security

This is a copy of the speech delivered by President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Sunday evening, where he announced his new cabinet ministers. The president announced a new department, telecommunications and postal services, will replace communications

At a recent breakfast briefing on cybersecurity hosted by Neotel and the Mail & Guardian, information security consultant Beza Belayneh referred to cybercrime in South Africa as a “crisis”, and called on the government to make it a national security concern. He said the state needs

Telkom’s share price was trading up by more than 5% in mid-afternoon trade on the JSE on Monday ahead of a cabinet meeting scheduled for Wednesday at which communications minister Dina Pule is expected to set out three strategic options for the fixed-line telecommunications operator. The share

Government is not specifically targeting BlackBerry maker Research in Motion in its proposed attempts to allow law enforcement agencies, through the courts, to intercept the communications of the text messages of suspected criminals