Latest articles on Digital Migration

Technologies in public-private partnerships

Digital technologies are disrupting traditional models

Don’t forget the human

Change elicits fear at first, but if it adds value we must learn to embrace it

Scrap the borders that divide Africans

The continent was a place where people could always move freely, and this is what we must strive for, writes Achille Mbembe.

Blended learning is the future

Universities are successfully combining e-learning with traditional direct contact sessions

Faith Muthambi likely to bear brunt of the backlash over digital fail

Some foresee ‘blood in the water’ after the appeal court shot down the minister’s migration policy.

Mthembu: Are you calling me a liar?

There is open warfare between the ANC’s subcommittee on communication and communication minister Faith Muthambi on the digital migration plan.

Digital migration readiness under scrutiny in Parliament

MPs questioned things from the post office's capability to deliver set-top boxes to why Faith Mathumbi was in her position, as she wasn't present.

Battle of the box divides Namec

The small electronics industry body is accusing two of its heads of being 'empowerment raiders'.

Finally switching to digital

SABC television viewers will switch from analogue to digital early next year.

TV’s digital migration boxed down

Free-to-air providers' insistence on access control will drive up prices, detractors say.

Digital learning centre opens new doors for pupils

A digital learning centre is opening doors to opportunities never before imagined by pupils and adult learners in a rural village in Mpumalanga.

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