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Source: https://www.researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-news-africa-south-2020-7-this-is-the-butcher-s-bill-for-south-africa-s-science-cuts/ 16 JUL 2020 By Linda Nordling Treasury’s ultimatum to science department: Slash your budgets or we’ll cut them for you Thousands of postgraduate and PhD grants. Hundreds of research grants. The National Science Week. Research chairs and centres of excellence. These are some of the victims of South Africa’s pandemic budget cuts unveiled...
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Included in this coverage is the tower below, located next to a primary school. This tower is equipped with both MTN and Rain 5G antennas. Image: EMFSA Rain 5G launched in Cape Town – Here is where you can get it
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Source: https://www.itweb.co.za/content/Olx4z7knrQEv56km The ball is now in telecommunications regulator the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa’s (ICASA’s) court to release spectrum that will enable the mass rollout of 5G technology in SA. So say analysts, as SA’s big telcos – Vodacom and MTN – have lit up their 5G networks using the emergency spectrum temporarily...
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Source https://mybroadband.co.za/news/5g/358045-mtn-5g-is-here-prices-and-coverage.html?source=newsletter
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Jamie McKane 12 June 2020 Rain aims to greatly accelerate the rollout of its 5G network in South Africa, according to an investment update issued by African Rainbow Capital (ARC). In its update, ARC said that Rain has been making good progress with its network rollout and has shown continued growth despite the COVID-19 pandemic....
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Tuesday 14 April 2020 | 09:16 CET | News The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) said it has received about 35 applications in response to the invitation through the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) COVID-19 National Disaster Regulations issued on 06 April. ICASA has made available International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum in the 700...
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By PYMNTS Posted on February 5, 2020 After a significant partnership last year that expanded its business, Vodacom Group Chief Executive Shameel Joosub announced on Tuesday (Feb. 4) that the company will collaborate with Liquid Telecom to bring 5G mobile services to South Africa. Starting this year, the two companies will offer customers joint 5G mobile services. Mobile consumers...
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The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) has forged ahead with plans to speed up the local roll-out of 5G infrastructure despite Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams’ earlier hesitation. The public has until the end of January to make its input on the document. Have your say and help shape this policy. Click on the link below.  
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Rain is partly owned by Patrice Motsepe, Paul Harris and Michael Jordaan. Investors African Rainbow Capital (ARC) is owned by Motsepe. According to ARC: -Mobile operator Rain will significantly expand its infrastructure in 2020. -By the end of November 2019 Rain had rolled out 250 5G towers. -Rain aims to roll out 700 5G towers by...
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