SA Connect is name given to the South African Government’s policy to drive greater access and usage of broadband services at affordable prices.
e-Education in South Africa is in crisis. ICT in education was mooted in the e-Education White Paper of 2004, but implementation has been patchy and fraught with problems.
The 6th December 2015 will mark a full two years since the South African national broadband policy, dubbed SA Connect, was published.
A race is on to deploy fibre to the building (FTTB). BMI-T now has a mainstream BPO activity known as FibreSmart.
The idea of establishing a new open access wholesale-only wireless network (OAWN) has received significant attention in South Africa.