Browsing: William Stucke

Vodacom and Cell C have been at each other’s throats again in front of the Advertising Standards Authority, this time over a claim by Cell C that it was the first to introduce Wi-Fi calling in South Africa. In this instance, the authority

There are a number of prerequisites for the Internet (both service providers and end users) to be fully liberated in any African country. They involve the creation of Internet service provider associations, a proper licensing regime, local peering and international connectivity

Real progress appears to be at hand, finally, in the development by government of a rapid deployment policy for electronic communications infrastructure, which should make it easier and quicker for operators

South Africa’s digital terrestrial television migration project is in a dire state and if the country fails to switch off its analogue signals after the mid-June 2015 cut-off date, it may be obliged to do so if analogue signals interfere with