Images: The All New Jaguar XE With Connected Technologies

The new Jaguar XE now features updated interior and exterior designs, together with the latest connected technologies. The XE features Jaguar’s latest Pivi Pro infotainment...
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Low-Cost Internet Pilot Project in Soweto Empowers Young People

FibrePoynt, Thabure Towerco and Phuthanang Youth Trust have installed a pilot network in Central Western Jabavu, Soweto. The pilot network offers the high-density township,...

Vodacom To Spend R320 Million To Bring Broadband In KwaZulu-Natal

Vodacom will invest just over R320 million into the network across KwaZulu-Natal province during the 2020/2021 financial year. The lion’s share of the capital...

ICASA Refutes Black IT Forum’s Allegations Over TV White Spaces

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) refuted allegations that it is delaying the commencement of commercial TV White Space (TVWS). The Black Information Technology...

Lobby Group Black IT Forum Takes ICASA to Court Over TV White Space

Lobby group the Black Information Technology Forum (BITF) is taking the country's communications regulator ICASA to court. “The BITF has resolved to launch an urgent...

Beyond Broadband: How FTTH Powers Economic Growth, Education and Sustainability

Fibre-based, ultra-high-speed access networks are revolutionising the way we connect with each other and the rest of the world. Changing how we work, learn...

Balwin Properties is Slowly Growing its Fibre Business

JSE-listed property group Balwin is slowly building its fibre business. Balwin is a construction and property group focusing on large scale sectional-title residential estates in...

SA’s DFA Granted Licence to Operate and Build Fibre Network in Zimbabwe

Open-access fibre-connectivity provider DFA has become the first telecommunications provider in 10 years to be granted an operating licence by the Postal and Telecommunication...

Telkom Introduces “Naked ADSL”

Openserve is launching a new product that allows customers to directly obtain broadband service from their ISPs and will no longer be required to...

SA’s Telkom to Upgrade Fibre, DSL Line Speeds for Free

South Africa’s Telkom announced on Monday it is planning to increase line speeds for some customers as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Fibre and...

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Shoprite Xtra Savings Sign Ups 1 Million Customers in 72 Hours

Within just 72 hours, more than 1 million customers have already joined the new Shoprite Xtra Savings programme. On average 400 customers per minute have...

Uber Introduces Medicine Delivery In South Africa

Uber announced on Thursday a South African-first pharmacy offering with Medicare that will now provide users with access to over-the-counter medication (self-medication). The company will...

ICTU Suspends Strike at Cell C

The Information Communications and Technology Union (ICTU) has suspended strike action by its members who work for Cell C. The nationwide strike at the embattled cellphone operator, sparked by...