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Ericsson ICT city index ranks Johannesburg first in Africa

Ericsson ICT city index ranks Johannesburg first in Africa

South African city Johannesburg leads other African countries in international communications company Ericsson’s 2014 Networked Society City Index despite slipping a few places. The index measures how 40 global cities leverage ICT to solve the social, environmental and economic challenges that they face.

A ‘disruptive’ technology: Sandile Ngcobo’s world-first digital laser

Breakthrough experimental work by University of KwaZulu-Natal scientist Sandile Ngcobo as part of his PhD research has led to the development of a world-first digital laser set to open up revolutionary new technologies.

A ‘disruptive’ technology: Sandile Ngcobo’s world-first digital laser

Breakthrough experimental work by University of KwaZulu-Natal scientist Sandile Ngcobo as part of his PhD research has led to the development of a world-first digital laser set to open up revolutionary new technologies for medicine, communications, manufacturing, product development and more.

IPTV heading to South Africa

The future lies in Internet Protocol Television, but bandwidth in South Africa is lacking, which has prompted the UN’s International Telecommunications Union to work with the country on alternatives.
• More broadband for South Africa

Neotel extends broadband to SADC

BT Group opens Cape networking facility

Global communications and IT services group BT is expanding its infrastructure investment in South Africa with the opening of an international network traffic routing facility at Melkbosstrand in the Western Cape.

46664 Apparel hits South African shelves

46664 Apparel, the clothing line named after Nelson Mandela’s prison number on Robben Island, looks set to become a popular fashion choice among the young and stylish.
Madiba more fashionable than ever

2010’s biggest legacy all in the mind

National football associations in Africa are now more confident of their role and contribution in international sports affairs, and association heads say much of this is due to South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
Legacy of 2010 shines in Kenya

Africa's New Dawn satellite in orbit

Africa’s New Dawn satellite in orbit

Intelsat New Dawn, Africa's new communications satellite, blasted into orbit from Arianespace's rocket station in Kourou, French Guiana on 22 April. The satellite has 90% African, including South African, funding, and promises to boost communications on the continent.
2010: Inzalo staff are ready!

2010: Inzalo staff are ready!

Inzalo Communications is not planning to miss the 2010 Fifa World Cup train. The Johannesburg-based company got out their football gear to celebrate the start of the 100 days countdown with the rest of South Africa.
Vodacom's R5.6bn African expansion

British research firm opens SA office

UK-based communications research company Informa Telecoms & Media is to open a new office in Johannesburg, giving it direct access to the fast-growing African telecommunications market.

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