For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
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Canada's spy agencies are divided over whether or not to ban Chinese technology giant Huawei from 5G networks over security concerns, according to reports.
South Africans who enjoy streaming on mobile devices are in for a treat as operators race to capture eyeballs with free or reduced data offers.
MTN and Ericsson trialled the first tests for lightning-fast 5G in Africa during the first week of 2018, with a live demonstration on Monday.
Sweden's Ericsson AB and Apple have agreed to a seven-year co-operation deal that brings an end to outstanding patent litigations.
Technology solutions for Africa need to be developed locally to address local needs, says a network provider.
Earthquake-hit Nepal's communications networks are being rebuilt with small mobile data antennas, critical to help rescue workers.
Wireless equipment maker Ericsson says it will cut 2 200 jobs in Sweden as part of a nine billion kronor ($1.1bn) savings package.
Mobile data is set for an 11 fold growth in South Africa as machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and smart devices become more mainstream in the country.
City officials say the municipality is taking over the build of its fibre network following the cancellation of a contract with Ericsson.
Cars and bicycles talking to each other? Now there's the possibility of the two communicating through a special helmet. Would you use it in SA?
A collaborative effort from both the private and public sector is necessary to achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, delegates at WEF Africa heard.
Swedish telecoms firm Ericsson has posted improved first quarter results, as it presses a massive cost-saving drive that has prompted thousands of jobs cuts.
There is increasing evidence that people are shifting from traditional computers to mobile devices.
Race and gender diversity in the technology industry is adding new energy to startups and business models, says an industry player.
Higher speed long term evolution (LTE) networks are set to drive a massive increase in data consumption in sub-Saharan Africa, says a new report.
More South Africans are becoming connected while on the move, according to research from Ericsson.
MTN has launched a data bundle package at lower cost but with a shorter expiration date to encourage data consumption on its network.
As mobile data continues to grow at exponential rates, it has emerged that just five applications are largely responsible for traffic.
Super high speed broadband speeds of 450mbps are possible in Africa, a new demonstration project has shown in Angola.
Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson has filed a complaint against Apple in a US court over the iconic American brand's use of its technology in iPhones.
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