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New sea cable could lower broadband costs
New sea cable could lower broadband costs
The Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) submarine cable could be among the last major international broadband systems to land on South African shores for...
The battle is on for rapid broadband
The battle is on for rapid broadband
The war for high-speed spectrum and, ultimately, market share in the telecommunications sector is heating up.
WBS back in broadband play
WBS back in broadband play
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has written off R75-million of the licence fees owed to it by the iBurst parent...
What the 'universal' water access lie taught us about broadband
What the 'universal' water access lie taught us about broadband
South Africa’s 2011 census painted a bright picture of water access in South Africa: 91.3% of South African households had access to piped...
The new frontier: Africa's great 'white spaces'
The new frontier: Africa's great 'white spaces'
At Cape Town's Elswood Secondary School, even the metal grills welded into its walls did not deter burglars from ripping out the copper cables...
A realistic look at "4G"
A realistic look at "4G"
On September 25, a Mail & Guardian business breakfast held in conjunction with Neotel asked whether long term evolution (LTE) is a solution to...
LTE: a solution to SA's broadband rollout?
LTE: a solution to SA's broadband rollout?
LTE, or long-term evolution, is the catch phrase for a range of new super-fast cellular technologies that are going to provide the next generation...
LTE is a complementary solution
LTE is a complementary solution
The technological advantages of LTE make it a complementary enabler to ADSL for future broadband access, particularly for developing economies like...
[Video]Better Internet connectivity for South Africa?
[Video]Better Internet connectivity for South Africa?
New Communications Minister Yunus Carrim took reader questions on broadband, the SABC and more in our live M&G Hangout. Watch the highlights.
Telkom's promises fall on deaf ears
Telkom's promises fall on deaf ears
Despite Telkom's tough talk about learning from its mistakes, taking hard decisions and rising like a phoenix from the ashes, investors are...

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