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 Motorola smartphones to re-enter SA market.

Motorola smartphones
To re-enter SA market.

Huawei’s premium smartphone plan has mixed results in Africa.Huawei's smartphone plan
Mixed results in Africa.

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'Spectrum reallocation could benefit Africa by up to $22bn'.

'Spectrum reallocation could benefit Africa by up to $22bn'

Research shows reallocation of C-band spectrum away from satellite would result in significant economic benefit.

Three key (business continuity) questions that CEOs need to ask.

Three key (business continuity) questions that CEOs need to ask

CEOs must understand their company's risk profile, as some firms are more at risk than others, says Leigh-Anne van As, business development manager at ContinuitySA.

'Users becoming a loophole for vulnerability'.

'Users becoming a loophole for vulnerability'

Cisco Annual Security Report 2015 reflects on how user behaviour impacts on vulnerability within an organisation.

'Cybercrime cost SA over R3.42bn in 2013'.

'Cybercrime cost SA over R3.42bn in 2013'

In 2013 South Africa emerged as the third hardest-hit country in terms of cybercrime, according to a Symantec Norton Report.

'Africa must put ICT into the hands of the unskilled'.

'Africa must put ICT into the hands of the unskilled'

A necessary step for Africa to maximise potential of ICT to develop skills.

Zambia to woo investors with fresh policies.

Zambia to woo investors with fresh policies

Zambia's Development Agency partners with ICT Authority to review existing policies and attract investment.

Motorola smartphones to re-enter SA market.

Motorola smartphones to re-enter SA market

Lenovo plans to release Motorola smartphones in South Africa later this year.

Telecel Zim shareholders battle as licence threat sizzles.

Telecel Zim shareholders battle as licence threat sizzles

Potential buy-out of Empowerment Corporation stake at the centre of growing dispute among minority shareholders.

Huawei’s premium smartphone plan has mixed results in Africa.

Huawei’s premium smartphone plan has mixed results in Africa

Huawei brand awareness strong in South Africa, but experiences a drop in the North Africa.

Can Africa's telecos meet continent's data needs?

Can Africa's telecos meet continent's data needs?

Rapid increase in data consumption, size of the continent and mobility means telecos will have their work cut out.

Kenya's digital carriers avoid broadcasting brawl.

Kenya's digital carriers avoid broadcasting brawl

Why Zuku, among others, remains untouched in East African country's ongoing digital migration wars.