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OTTs must pay their way: Telkom

OTTs must pay their way: Telkom

Telkom has become the second big operator in as many weeks to call on over-the-top (OTT) service providers to contribute a fair share for their use of South Africa’s telecommunications infrastructure. OTT players include

Trust to get Shuttleworth’s R250m

Trust to get Shuttleworth’s R250m

Mark Shuttleworth will give away the more than R250m the South African Reserve Bank must have him following a bruising battle at the supreme court of appeal in Bloemfontein. The Internet billionaire said in a blog post on Wednesday that he will commit all the funds returned to him

Windows 10: what’s in a number?

Windows 10: what’s in a number?

The name came as a surprise, although it wasn’t the surprise watchers had been expecting: the latest version of Microsoft Windows had been codenamed Threshold, and it was thought this would become its official name, rather than the more predictable Windows 9

Reserve Bank must pay Shuttleworth R250m

Reserve Bank must pay Shuttleworth R250m

The South African Reserve Bank must pay Mark Shuttleworth R250,5m plus interest after the Internet billionaire won a high-profile case at the supreme court of appeal in Bloemfontein. According to a report on technology website

E.tv decries decline of free-to-air TV

E.tv decries decline of free-to-air TV

Commercial broadcaster e.tv has raised concerns about the state of television in South Africa, pointing to what it says is the long-term decline of free-to-air TV, especially in the independent commercial free-to-air segment

Microsoft’s Mteto Nyati joins MTN

Microsoft’s Mteto Nyati joins MTN

MTN has appointed former Microsoft South Africa MD Mteto Nyati as its new group chief enterprise officer. The appointment is effective 1 October. The move comes just weeks after Nyati took on the role of GM for

Passwords: you’re doing it wrong

Passwords: you’re doing it wrong

Early in September, Google announced that around 5m Gmail usernames and passwords had been leaked. Although Google said less than 2% of those details “might have worked” due to the age of the data stolen, this is by no means

CIPC throws resources at ‘broken’ website

CIPC throws resources at ‘broken’ website

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) on Monday came under fire from the Democratic Alliance, which claimed that the commission’s new website was broken, causing major delays in the registration of new

Suitor makes bid for Blue Label

Suitor makes bid for Blue Label

An unidentified suitor has made a bid to acquire 100% of JSE-listed telecommunications and payments specialist Blue Label Telecoms, sending the firm’s share price higher by nearly 10% in Wednesday morning trading on the JSE. “Shareholders are

Telkom to launch LTE-A network

Telkom to launch LTE-A network

Telkom will launch an LTE Advanced (LTE-A) network, offering next-generation mobile broadband speeds to South African consumers, before the end of the year, the group’s chief operating officer, Brian Armstrong, has announced. Speaking at a consumer broadband

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