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Choosing the right business management system could be tricky

Selecting a business management (ERP) system is a decision that will affect any business for many years. Most products offer the same or similar features and it could be extremely confusing to decide what features are important or not....

Is 5G a reality in South Africa?

With global 5G rollout gathering speed and the recent launch of 5G in Lesotho by Vodacom, the question of whether South Africa is ready for the transition to 4G's successor is dependent on various factors that could cause a...

Digital migration plans need to include the budget

On 18 January, ewn.co.za carried reports showing that parents of school children feel they have failed them because they are not digitally competent so could not enroll their children in desired schools using the online medium. When organisations are confronted...

Digital revolution holds bright promises for Africa

Internet penetration is creeping up in Africa, bringing the prospect of digital dividends to a continent long marked by digital divides. “Africa has reached a penetration which has broken the barrier of 15%, and that’s important,” says Nii Quaynor, a...

Women catching up to men on eWallet usage via FNB App

The latest data published by FNB eWallet Solutions has revealed that women are catching up to men when it comes to cashing in on the convenience of sending and receiving money via eWallet on the FNB App. The data...

ITU allows 30 African nations to delay digital TV migration

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has proceeded to allow 30 African countries to extend their digital migration beyond the original global deadline - which has been set for June 2015. According to a report by the Daily Nation, there...

Is Africa ready for digital TV?

The days of traditional broadcasting or sending video/ sound via analogue signals in Africa are numbered – that much is clear, particularly in light of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) deadline for the migration from analogue broadcasting to digital terrestrial...

Rwanda misses December digital TV migration deadline

The New Times reports that officials in Rwanda have blamed challenges in procurement for the country missing the 31 December deadline for TV’s digital migration. The deadline is said to have been set by the East African Community (EAC), whilst...

Africa could miss digital migration deadline

Experts have warned that because of low government effort Africa could fail to make the 2015 digital migration deadline according to an East African Business Week report. Industry experts believe the continent is not fully prepared to make the cut...

Will Uganda meet digital TV migration deadline?

Uganda might delay the December 2012 digital TV migration deadline set by the East African Community (EAC). In August 2011, the country’s communications regulator said in a statement that the state-run broadcaster Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) is not expected to...
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Ericsson & MTN Collaborate for Digital Skills & Sustainability

Ericsson and MTN Group have unveiled a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2024 in...
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