Why Vodacom Looks Best Positioned To Weather Coronavirus Storm

Vodacom, South Africa’s mobile phone operator that is transforming itself into a technology company, is well-positioned to weather the coronavirus storm as it got...
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MTN To Defend Itself Against US Lawsuit for Alleged Funding the Taliban

South Africa's MTN vowed to defend itself against lawsuits alleging that the company paid the Taliban for protection, providing the insurgency with money that...

How WhatsApp Encryption Works – and Why there Shouldn’t be a Backdoor

by Antonis Michalas A battle between national security and privacy is brewing. Governments and secret services are asking encrypted messaging services such as WhatsApp to allow...

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Africa Data Centres Tier III Certification Renewed

Africa Data Centres, Africa’s largest network of interconnected, carrier- and cloud-neutral data centre facilities, has had its Tier III certification renewed by the Uptime...

Liquid Telecom And Zayo Partner To Expand Global Network Coverage

Pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom has announced their partnership with Zayo Group, a global leader of communications infrastructure. The partnership will see Liquid Telecom...

SA’s MetroFibre Sets R3 Billion Plan To Expand Fibre-To-The-Home

MetroFibre Networx on Tuesday revealed its three-year plan to cover 300,000 residential homes across South Africa with fibre-to-the-home services. This plan was disclosed as part...