The instructions from Luthuli House would certainly urge that the ANC caucus in Parliament shows restraint on Mkhwebane, while the Union Buildings would certainly prefer her out of the office as soon as yesterday., writes Ralph Mathekga.
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Regulator Icasa forced network providers to allow consumers to roll over data in March, but the same is not true of voice minutes.
South Africa has some of the most expensive data in the world.
Icasa has just released its draft findings on an "inquiry" into pay TV in South Africa – and it could be targeting the newly-listed MultiChoice by limiting its ability to buy sports rights and movies.
Vodacom was going to be the only mobile operator to charge for data rollovers to the next month.
From the beginning of March, South Africans have to be warned if they use out-of-bundle data, and they will also be able to roll over data.
Icasa plans on regulating data-expiry and roll-over, according to a draft published in the Government Gazette.
Minister Siyabonga Cwele's bid to interdict and set aside a planned spectrum auction for high-speed broadband in South Africa has been upheld by the North Gauteng High Court.
A six-weeks long strike at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has ended.
The National Trade Union Congress of South Africa will represent striking workers contesting policy changes at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa and its striking workers have not yet started negotiations to end an ongoing strike.
Rain says its 5G network will have speeds around 200 Mbps, compared to the roughly 40 Mbps people can expect on similarly-priced fibre lines.
MTN created a one-megabyte "bundle" that would "auto-renew" – and told millions of customers they would be opted into it by default. But on Friday it backtracked in the face of a revolt.
It also charges the most for out-of-bundle data usage.
1GB data costs R149 at Vodacom.
Telkom says a proposed lowering of South African call termination rates could force the partly state-owned company to cut jobs and services such as public phones and connections to rural areas.
The legal challenge to his position as acting chair of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa is not the only obstacle Rubben Mohlaloga has found himself confronted with.
Telecoms and Postal Services Minister Siyabonga Cwele is confident that his office can win a lawsuit to stop a high-speed broadband auction from going ahead
Picketing action by striking workers at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has stretched into a sixth week.
The telecoms and postal services minister plans suing the local communications regulator over its auctioning off of spectrum for high-speed broadband.
ANC structures have received instructions from Luthuli House not to speak about affairs plaguing the SABC, says ANCYL KwaZulu-Natal provincial secretary Thanduxolo Sabelo.
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