Mobile companies say they are being put under pressure to demand more spectrum from various governments and international regulatory bodies as the demand for data continues to increas
A bio prospector specialising in the Baobab tree at the University of Limpopo's Agro Food Technology unit says baobab trees which can survive for two thousand-500 years are dying out due to climate change.
The pricing of Data connectivity in South Africa will be massively reduced, this with the licensing of spectrum, says ICASA CEO Willington Ngwepe.
Powerful Hurricane Florence was tracking towards the US East Coast Tuesday, prompting authorities to order upwards of one million people to evacuate the path of the extremely dangerous storm forecasters said could soon intensify.
The company that started the Cape to Cairo fibre connection says its dream of a one Africa broadband has finally come true. The fibre links 600 cities and towns across 13 countries.
At least 18 people have died over the past week in the Zimbabwe capital Harare and scores fallen ill after a cholera and typhoid outbreak in some areas, authorities said Monday.
Eastern Cape Farmers are restricted to 20 % of their normal allocation and are requesting the Dep of Water Affairs an ease up to 50% of the normal allocations.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says women, youth and small business are three crucial pillars that must drive technological advances.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned that the Fourth Industrial Revolution will fail if it remains in the hands of a selected few instead of being available to everyone.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the world is now in a digital dawn, which changes how people work, live and relate to each other.
South Africans have 30 days to make inputs to the Draft White Paper on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) released by the Department of Science and Technology in Pretoria on Monday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa opens the International Telecommunication Union Telecom World Conference 2018 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
Nations on either side of the whale hunting debate are set for a standoff as the International Whaling Commission (IWC) meets Monday, with Japan hoping to overturn the 32-year-old ban on commercial whale hunting.
The City of Cape Town has lowered its water restrictions to Level Five temporarily from the first of next month.
Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma announced on Monday he would step down as leader of the pioneering Chinese e-commerce giant in one year...
The rain in Port Elizabeth has eased off, allowing affected residents to take stock. About 400 people were displaced and the city measured between 40 and 50 millimetres of rain since Friday.
A strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake shook the southern Philippines on Saturday, sending frightened residents fleeing from buildings, officials and eyewitnesses said.
South Africans can expect very cold weather conditions across the country on Sunday. The South African Weather Service has warned of possible gale force winds and scattered showers.
Inclement weather across the Eastern Cape has caused havoc in some parts, but the welcome rain brought relief to many drought stricken areas.
Rain has continued to fall in the Nelson Mandela Bay area throughout the evening causing a number of disruptions in the city.
A newly launched Mahikeng Telescope Observatory piece, will likely turn the provincial capital city into an astrononomical hub particularly for rural and disadvantaged communities.
By the end of this year, Apple will provide an online tool for law enforcement officials to make and track requests, according to its letter.
The (International Telecommunication Union) ITU Telecom World 2018 forum gets underway in a few days’ time in Durban.
Democratic Republic of Congo has recorded its first death from Ebola in the eastern trading hub of Butembo, a city of almost a million with links to Uganda that could complicate efforts to control the outbreak, health officials said on Wednesday.
A powerful 6.6-magnitude quake rocked the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido Thursday, killing two people, collapsing homes and triggering landslides that left dozens missing.
Residents of Macasser outside Cape Town say management at the Rheinmetall Denel Munition plant must take full responsibility for Monday night's explosion which claimed eight lives.
Companies should be doing more to protect the world's oceans, including combatting plastic waste pollution, Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, said on Wednesday.
In the village of Mangina, where dozens have died of Ebola at the epicentre of Democratic Republic of Congo's latest outbreak, children are to be seen everywhere except in school, because their parents fear they will be infected in class.
China's richest man, Jack Ma has pledged to set up a digital training centre in South Africa.
At least 100 people are murdered in Johannesburg alone with the banned pesticide Aldicarb every year. This is according to poison expert Gerhard Verdoorn, who says the poison known colloquially as Two Step and in Sotho, Halipirimi, is responsible for at least 800 dog poisonings every week in South Africa.