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DFA granted license to operate in Zimbabwe

DFA granted license to operate in Zimbabwe

HARARE, Zimbabwe – 1 May 2020 – Open-access fibre-connectivity provider DFA has become the first telecommunications provider in 10 years to be granted an operating licence by the Postal and Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ). The awarding of...

No flattening of the fibre demand curve

No flattening of the fibre demand curve

The scale at which COVID-19 has altered the world was unfathomable just a few months ago: something in the region of a quarter of the world’s population is under lockdown or shelter-at-home orders, air travel is virtually shut down, countries have closed borders, and...

What drives us to be connected?

What drives us to be connected?

Forming bonds, building relationships, and staying connected is at the core of society. From physical social gatherings to virtual social networks, people need each other. But why do we have such an inherent desire to be connected? In his book Social: Why Our Brains...

Stepping into the workplace of the future

Stepping into the workplace of the future

In a short amount of time, millions of people have had to make a rapid shift in the way they work amid the COVID-19 crisis. What has been a global pandemic, has catapulted the world into trying and testing the effectiveness of digital remote workplaces, and in South...

Advancing 4IR through CSI

Advancing 4IR through CSI

With enormous potential to better human lives, the dawn of the connected technological age has placed telecommunications companies at the foreground of advancement of society. The onus is on companies within the 4IR value chain to take the lead in ensuring that the...

Building the skills to participate in the 4IR

Building the skills to participate in the 4IR

Having adequate levels of education and digital skills capacity and capability is pivotal in ensuring that South Africa maximizes the benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). However, this is a major challenge that South Africa faces while trying to meet...

Public–private partnerships

Public–private partnerships

The term technology is wide and far reaching – it refers to a plethora of things.  It can refer to manufacturing technologies, process technologies, and building technologies, for example. This article focuses on the technology that is today and for the...

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