Vodacom Lesotho’s License Safe After Court Victory

Vodacom can keep its operating license in Lesotho after the mobile phone company won a court challenge on Saturday against Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA)...
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The 4IR Risks Leaving Women Behind

by Rachel Adams The Fourth Industrial Revolution is, ostensibly, upon us. The term was coined in 2016 by Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman...

Broadband Infraco, Google to Provide Digital Skills To Rural Areas

Broadband Infraco has partnered with Google to offer additional skills training under its Digital Skills Programme, “Grow with Google”. This training will be offered to...

Building The Skills To Participate In The 4IR

 by Vino Govender  Having adequate levels of education and digitals skills capacity and capability is pivotal in ensuring that South Africa maximizes the benefits of...

SA’s 4IR Commission Work Streams To Be Led By Ngcaba, Shuter

Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has welcomed the first meeting of the (4IR) as a step towards achieving its objectives. The Commission held its first work...

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Cell C Workers To Go On Strike On Monday

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Vodacom Quietly Prepares to Indirectly Acquire Embattled Cell C Prepaid Customers 

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