‘Smart modern’ SARS in the works as it ups ICT spend
SA’s privacy watchdog accuses WhatsApp of double standards
Ndabeni-Abrahams oversees analogue TV switch-off in Free State
Analogue switch-off in the Free State continues, simultaneously with the switch-off in the Northern Cape Province, says the communications department.
ICT tenders: SOEs on the hunt
State-owned entities and smaller local municipalities keep National Treasury's temporary tender portal busy.
Mask or no mask, Idemia wins face recognition contest
Biometric solutions company Idemia says its new facial recognition technology can accurately identify people wearing face masks.
Communications ministry reveals key timelines for USAASA
The Universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa will be converted into the Digital Development Fund by the end of March 2023, the comms ministry tells Parliament.
AYO to approach courts over PIC investigation report
The tech company’s chairman says there is no evidence of misconduct and no irregularity is shown in the report.
Solution House adds mobile team tracking, dispatch to live incident management platform
Solution House Software extends Incident Desk with integrated facial recognition for quick and easy identification of workers, patients and persons of interest.
ICASA resolute emergency spectrum allocation is temporary
Chairperson Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng warns telcos not to plan their business models around the temporary spectrum that was assigned.
ICASA chairperson bemoans telecoms infrastructure vandalism
Battery theft and vandalism at cell tower base stations is nothing short of a treasonous act, ICASA chairperson Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng tells Parliament.
MTN to appeal $14m licence fee ruling in Uganda
The company says it will appeal a decision by the country’s High Court ordering it to pay millions for a transitional licence
Inspired Testing wins EMEA Partner of the Year Award
The company received the award from Neotys, developer of the industry standard automated performance testing platform, NeoLoad.