BrandsEye and Deloitte Africa have released the South African Telco Sentiment Index and it reveals that when it comes to communicating on social media, telcos have a lot to learn.
The 5G Innovation Lab will create a live environment to assist with the development of local solutions leveraging the new broadband standard.
With Rain, MTN and Vodacom selling the new Huawei 5G CPE Pro 2 in packages locally, here’s what you need to know about it.
After launching its 5G network locally last year, now Rain has rolled out the country’s first standalone 5G network in Cape Town.
Forget about the data price, the real thing you want is good coverage.
Icasa has dolled out temporary spectrum to address connectivity concerns, here is how the bands are divided up.
In the current climate data is more important than ever so who offers up the cheapest gig of data in South Africa between MTN, Vodacom, Cell C, Telkom and rain?
Despite the Gaunteng rains, the Vaal Dam actually saw a decrease in levels compared to last week.
Rain launches its 5G commercial network locally, starting in Joburg and Tshwane with current customers.
The new form of SIM card will reportedly be adopted by South African networks next year.
Truphone has said that through a partnership with rain it will bring eSIM support to South Africans.
The pair made the announcement at MWC 19, with availability slated for mid-2019.
Capetonians can expect some relief from the ongoing drought this week.
The South African Weather Service has issued a special weather advisory for parts of the North West, Free State and Gauteng today.
Prices start at R549 per month for 55GB of data.
By 9th July this year, Cape Town had only seen 70mm of rain, compared to 304.5 mm in 2007.
Residents in the Western Cape have been posting images and videos showing the current effects of the storm sweeping through the province.
Pupils across the Western Cape will not have to go to school tomorrow and school transport will also not be operational.