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Rain to launch 5G network

29th October 2018 South Africa’s newest data network provider, rain, is planning to deploy a fifth-generation (5G) broadband fixed-wireless network to support government’s drive for competition, lower data prices and improved access in the telecommunications industry. Teaming up with partners Huawei and Nokia, the... 

Kenya sets aside funds to develop domestic mobile phone industry

24th October 2018 Kenya's minister of information, communication and technology said on Tuesday that the government had set aside one-billion shillings ($9.90-million) to help local start-ups in the mobile telephone software and hardware segments to grow. Joe Mucheru, the ICT minister, told the annual meeting of... 

South African ICT students head off to China under learning programme

19th October 2018 Another ten information and communication technology (ICT) university students from various institutions have headed to Huawei, in China, on a study trip aimed at building up an ICT talent ecosystem. The yearly study opportunity in China, under the Seeds for the Future programme – a joint Huawei... 

Huawei Launches ServiceTurbo Cloud

15th October 2018 Huawei released the ServiceTurbo Cloud, an enterprise service tool cloud platform, ready to provide one-stop tool services for Huawei engineers and partners. During digital transformation, complex service requirements are increasing extensively across many industries and scenarios, such as Smart... 
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Team SA to demonstrate country’s ‘stronger footing’ at this year’s WEF

Team South Africa will be taking a unified approach to this year’s edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and will convey the message that the country is on a stronger footing than it was last year, President Cyril Ramaphosa said during a pre-WEF breakfast, in Rosebank, on Wednesday. The... 

Platinum price fall worsening plight of job-intensive mines

The latest fall of the platinum price is threatening to become the last straw that broke the camel’s back for some deep labour-intensive platinum group metals (PGMs) mines on particularly the western limb of the Bushveld Complex, Mining Weekly Online can today report. Well ahead of the latest... 
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