Craig Wilson

Carrim takes aim at high SA call costs

Communications minister Yunus Carrim says mobile costs are too high and government will host a workshop next month to address the issue.

Turok: We were threatened during Pule investigation

Ethics committee chair Ben Turok says he and the committee registrar received threats against them while investigating allegations against Dina Pule.

Meet Dina Pule’s replacement, Yunus Carrim

The former deputy minister of cooperative governance and traditional affairs has replaced Dina Pule as communications minister. But who is he?

Public must pay to play

Music licensing body Samro is trying to encourage businesses to comply with its rules, some of which may come as a surprise.

How Icasa has failed us

Icasa's rejection of TopTV's "adult" channels shows that the regulator has overstepped the mark in terms how much it should be able to interfere.

Absa accused of blocking 22seven partner

Online personal financial management start-up 22seven claims Absa is blocking its US partner Yodlee from accessing users' internet bank accounts.

More criticism of telecoms law amendments

ICT Africa's director says government is facing more criticism of its telecoms law amendments as it fails to help Icasa streamline its operations.

South Africa’s internet turns 20

SA's internet is two decades old, and this weekend marks the anniversary of the first packets of data that flowed over the internet to and from SA.

SA gets first iPad-only newspaper

Independent news website <i>Daily Maverick</i> plans to launch South Africa's first daily newspaper designed specifically for an Apple iPad.

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