africa

African broadband growth could lead to higher spam rates

African broadband growth could lead to higher spam rates

More internet users equals more threats.
Sep 30 2009 11:06AM
Pigeon protocol offers faster data delivery

Pigeon protocol offers faster data delivery

The pigeon is mightier than ADSL.
Sep 12 2009 12:43AM
East Africa undersea cable goes live

East Africa undersea cable goes live

Seacom fibre-optic network boosts internet access.
Jul 25 2009 7:21AM
Intel to train 150,000 African teachers

Intel to train 150,000 African teachers

Intel has the emerging African market in its sights and in efforts to win it over, says it will train 150,000 African teachers in tech by 2012 in the “Intel Teach Programme”.
Sep 25 2008 3:07PM
Security site hacked and defaced

Security site hacked and defaced

A security firm in Johannesburg has been hit by a hacker from Turkey.
Aug 20 2008 10:28AM
Cyber-crooks sting South Africa for £13 million

Cyber-crooks sting South Africa for £13 million

A cyber-crime syndicate is believed to have defrauded the South African government of more than £12.8 million in a series of spyware frauds..
Jun 12 2008 2:16PM
Cyber-crooks sting South Africa for A$26m

Cyber-crooks sting South Africa for A$26m

A cyber-crime syndicate is believed to have defrauded the South African government of more than £12.8m in a series of spyware frauds.
Jun 12 2008 1:40PM
NetComm goes out to Africa in deal worth over $1M

NetComm goes out to Africa in deal worth over $1M

Australian-based communications vendor, NetComm, has signed a distribution agreement with Space Television, as part of its plans for broader reach in the middle east/African region.
Dec 18 2007 3:28PM
TalkNet launches South Africa network

TalkNet launches South Africa network

Australian VoIP provider TalkNet has set up a successful operation in South Africa that its director says will serve as a springboard into telecommunications-starved African nations.
Oct 21 2005 2:48PM
Legend buys out Africa partner, flags Singapore launch

Legend buys out Africa partner, flags Singapore launch

ASX-listed IT vendor and distributor Legend Corporation has bought out its South African joint venture partner, flagging a plan to move manufacturing to Singapore but keep on with its African distribution arrangements.
Jun 27 2005 11:20AM

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