Government has urged citizens to remain vigilant both online and off.
The pair have simply decided to settle.
Government wants to merge Broadband Infraco and Sentech into the State Infrastructure Company.
Minister of Telecoms and Postal Services is one of 52 global Broadband Commissioners drawn from leaders presenting in Hong Kong.
White paper comes under fire from pro-competition group.
In support of the state’s “e-government” drive, South Africa needs to grow an “indigenous” information and communications technology (ICT) industry characterized by local content including manufacturing, issues of content and large scale accessibility to the internet to grow small and emerging enterprises including those in the rural and township areas. This was just one of […]
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services has again failed to connect any school or government building to broadband internet.
Minister Cwele reveals the government’s Broadband War Room.
The Minister of Telecommunications is taking Icasa to court because the correct procedures have not been followed.
The Innovation and Experience Centre will train 1 000 ICT professionals over the next five years.
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services said it will still approach the private sector for additional broadband funding.
Also wants to kill off Science & Tech.
The National Broadband Advisory Council is on rocky ground as three key members call it quits.
SA Connect invoked in gazetted notice to regulator.
Winners at the GovTech Public ICT Awards were recognised for innovation in public service delivery solutions.
Government will spend R100 million less than originally budgeted for broadband in South Africa.
There’s been a lot spent on ICT in South Africa, but it possibly won’t be enough to reach government’s targets.
R2K’s concern is that China is one of the most repressive countries in the world when it comes to the internet.