The pair have simply decided to settle.
Minister Siyabonga Cwele has praised Cabinet for two landmark decisions.
Only 17% of those living in Southern African countries have access to the internet.
Dlodlo address ICT industry leaders and delegates at the SADC ICT Ministers’ Meeting in KwaZulu-Natal yesterday.
Minister of Telecoms and Postal Services is one of 52 global Broadband Commissioners drawn from leaders presenting in Hong Kong.
Parliamentary Portfolio Committee recommends urgent colloquium to discuss Openserve-style approach for mobile.
A tender that was meant to connect government institutions and schools to the internet has been cancelled and the DA wants to know why.
Minister Cwele reveals the government’s Broadband War Room.
Telkom joins the DTPS by considering legal action against Icasa for its invitation to apply for the auctioning of spectrum.
The regulator won’t be drawn into a public spat with the the Minister over the auctioning off of spectrum in the country.
Government’s budgetary failures for ICT projects amount to R239 billion, the DA said.
Dr Siyabonga Cwele was quick to add that ICT isn’t something that can be rushed, as there are a lot of factors involved.
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services said it will still approach the private sector for additional broadband funding.
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.
Minister Cwele rather candidly delves into the connectivity challenges facing the country, promises action to address them.
Minister Cwele says the rollout will continue to 2022 and is intended to drive e-government services.