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Telecoms competition would boost mining

Fri 02 Dec, 2005

Mining contributes signifi- cantly to the South Afri-can economy and, because there are many international mining companies doing business in the country, information and communication technology (ICT) becomes a vital business tool. It is against this background that the South African government should speed up competition in the telecommunications sector, says Gartner managing vice-president: manufacturing industries advisory services Dan Miklovic. ... Read more


SA dial-up market 'hits ceiling'

Thu 01 Dec, 2005

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Telkom surrenders to Hellkom

Wed 31 Aug, 2005

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Cheap broadband more likely

Thu 01 Dec, 2005

Telecoms regulator Icasa has published draft regulations for ADSL that would prevent Telkom from charging a monthly fee, slashing prices for the service. If Icasa imposes this, Telkom could see an estimated R400m cut from its annual revenue. Rudolph Muller, the founder of broadband activist website MyADSL – who laid the pricing complaint in the first place – doesn’t expect Telkom to take this lying down. ADSL consumers currently pay an upfront ... Read more


Internet growth stalls, clients dry up

Mon 05 Dec, 2005

GROWTH in internet access among the South African public has slowed to a crawl, with the dial-up market experiencing no growth in subscribers for the first time since the industry was launched in 1993. This is one of the findings of the World Wide Worx's annual study of the South African Internet access industry. However, solid growth in corporate usage and dramatic uptake of broadband has helped to push the number of South Africans with internet a... Read more


Tshwane gets Internet hubba hubba

Fri 02 Dec, 2005

The City of Tshwane is testing the delivery of broadband Internet and voice services on its new fibre-optic tele-communications network that blankets the entire metro. The city has rolled out a backbone network that stretches from Midrand in the south to Hammanskraal in the north, Mamelodi in the east to Hartbeespoort dam in the west. “Currently [access to the network] is within 5km of any consumer in Tshwane,” said Martin van Helden, project manag... Read more


The iniquity of bandwidth caps

Thu 01 Dec, 2005

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Growth in internet access disappoints

Thu 01 Dec, 2005

Solid growth in corporate usage and dramatic uptake of broadband has helped to push internet access up by 5% but, despite great expectations, expansion among ordinary South Africans has slowed to a crawl, with the dial-up market experiencing no growth in subscribers for the first time since the industry was launched in 1993, says the latest edition of World Wide Worx's annual survey. According to 'The Goldstuck Report: Internet Access in South Africa 200... Read more



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