It ends a long and complex restoration process that took almost 34 days to fix.
WiT (Web in Travel) will host its debut WiT Africa conference in Cape Town, drawing focus on the growth and potential of the African travel market and its connection with Asia.
After a brief delay, the Leon Thevenin left Cape Town harbour at 9pm last night.
We now know the repair ship is commissioned to fix both undersea cables that broke.
So far Afrihost and Axxess have given up waiting and have purchased additional international bandwidth.
Two key undersea cables that connect South Africa to the global internet have both been hit by separate failures.
Wikipedia's end-of-year list shows what people wanted to know in 2019 — mostly movies, music, and celebrities who died.
Ever wondered why cornflakes were invented? Well, you wouldn't be the only one, as it turns out that this particular enquiry was one of the top Google searches in South Africa during 2019 and the past decade.
South Africans fork out a staggering R1,273.84 per month on average to get access to 100 Mbps speeds of uncapped residential line internet packages.
Google has updated how it handles political ads as online platforms remain under pressure to avoid being used to spread misleading information intended to influence voters.
Google Station will wind down through 2020 and hand over operations to its partner Think WiFi.
After 6 days at sea, the cable repair ship Leon Thevenin reached its first target last night.
The vessel has been ploughing through rough oceans for over 29 years.
A repair crew will need to reach the broken undersea cables that caused the trouble, Openserve said, and that will take a while.
South African internet speeds have been hit by breakdowns in the two undersea cables that connect the local internet with the world.
It's basically Google Chrome dressed in Microsoft clothing, and it could actually make you think twice about immediately downloading Chrome.
Tens of thousands of Nigerians have banded together online to call for the scrapping of a bill which, they say, threatens to roll back internet freedoms in the country.
The data pricing debate is only beginning, says Ferial Haffajee.
An internet-famous monkey from Tianjin Zoo in China is looking for love, but he's not having much success.
Telkom says the success of its takeover bid of Cell C depends on the ability of the mobile operator to complete its financial restructuring.
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