It’s a lot less expensive than the old technology!— Michael Jordaan
A group of well-known business leaders will spend billions of rands over the next few years to launch an extremely fast 5G network.
The group aims to bring fibre-like speeds to home users, side-stepping the trend for fibre-optic connections in South Africa’s wealthier suburbs.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Jan Vermeulen, Senior Journalist at MyBroadband.co.za.
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This will take tens of billions of rand.— Jan Vermeulen
There are a number of battles looming over spectrum in South Africa.— Jan Vermeulen
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews FNB Senior Economist Jason Muscat.
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Metrorail regional manager, Richard Walker says criminals are making it hard for them to operate in the area.
The company lost around R100 billion leaving the JSE reeling in one of the biggest private sector business scandals.
Entrepreneur Max Lichaba built his own empire and is the CEO of Lichaba Creations and several other businesses. This is his story.