President Jacob Zuma assured that the cost of mobile data was on government’s agenda, but failed to elaborate on what efforts would be made during his 2017 State of the Nation address.
A new study has revealed that traffic from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets has surpassed that of desktop devices for the first time.
The South African government has formally allocated R2.5 billion ZAR towards the development of a national broadband network.
The EFF have become the first political party to pledge support for the #DataMustFall campaign, aimed at reducing high broadband prices.
The City of Johannesburg has launched its 5-year plan to connect over four million citizens to free Wi-Fi through over 1,000 new hotspots.
Telkom has offered a R500,000 reward after acts of sabotage crippled its operations in Midrand, Pretoria West, Durban, Pietermaritzburg and other areas.
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The City of Cape Town has formally unveiled three new free Wi-Fi zones to supplement 41 free zones found within public libraries.
Facebook has launched OpenCellular; a new wireless access platform designed to bring connectivity to remote locations around the globe.
Telkom’s CEO Sipho Maseko has stated that the company is set to focus on selling data products, and will start to offer voice services for free.