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9 Fastest Internet Providers in South Africa Ranked

Internet and connectivity speed tester Ookla has released its market analysis for South Africa, ranking the country's fastest internet service providers (ISPs). The analysis only takes into account top providers of internet services in the country, ones which account for...

Rain Launches the First Standalone 5G Network in Africa

Rain has rolled-out Africa's first commercial standalone 5G network - powered by Huawei. The South African data-only provider currently covers suburbs in Cape Town including Sea Point, Claremont, Goodwood, Bellville, Durbanville and the CBD. “Standalone 5G will further improve 5G...

Why 5G is a Must for Post-COVID South Africa

The widespread lack of internet access for most South African households, coupled with the expectation for remote working and learning to be the new norm in post-lockdown society, is placing greater importance on next-generation 5G technology, which will play...

MTN Planning to Launch a 5G Network at the End of June

MTN has confirmed that it is planning on launching its own 5G network at the end of this month. The company had initially planned to launch at the start of June, but encountered "delays in bringing some equipment into the...

rain Launches Intelligent 5G Transport Network in South Africa

South African mobile data network operator, rain announced on Friday, 29 November 2019, that it has launched its intelligent 5G transport network in partnership with Huawei. Transport networks can be thought of as the "neural networks" that connect core...

Rain 5G goes public in South Africa

Rain has officially opened its 5G network to the South African public. The up-and-coming network provider announced on Monday, 11 November 2019, that its unlimited 5G offering gives consumers data at speeds of up to 700Mbps for just R1000...
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R500 Million to Expand Broadband in Townships & Rural Areas

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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