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The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) on Thursday called for mediation, rather than litigation, to resolve the stand-off between communications regulator Icasa and telecommunications operators over the looming spectrum auction. Both Telkom and MTN South Africa have sued the regulator for different reasons. Telkom is seeking an interdict to stop the process while its concerns are...

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South Africa is among the countries most sceptical about the development of 5G technology. This is according to software testing firm Prolifics Testing, which utilised its online analytics tool Ahrefs to discover which countries in the world are most sceptical about 5G based on their online searches in relation to 5G. According to Prolifics Testing, 5G is one...

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Zimbabwean ISP Utande has launched its first TD-LTE service, covering parts of the capital Harare. A report from TechZim says that packages are on offer with download rates of up to 15Mbps, though the service is aimed at business users rather than private customers, with the entry-level 5Mbps tariff costing USD125 a month and the 15Mbps service priced...

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Telecoms regulator the Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) remains resolute and will defend the high-demand spectrum licensing process every step of the way, says chairperson Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng. Modimoeng was addressing the litigation challenges ICASA currently faces, noting he cannot give too much detail on the various litigation positions, as this is still before...

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Start-up telecommunications services provider One Wireless has announced plans to deploy macro Wi-Fi solutions to “Wi-Fi blanket’ Botswana, covering several cities including Francistown, Gaborone, Kasane, Maun and Palapye. The company says the wireless technology, also known as ‘mass Wi-Fi’, guarantees a faster internet speed, and will benefit the public as well as IOT, OTT service...