Having proved themselves in East Africa, the largest public WiFi provider on the continent is launching its clever service here.
Author Toby Shapshak
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Icasa announced plans to sell much-needed frequencies for faster internet access — and that’s good news
he Springboks victory followed a triumph of common sense when Icasa announced plans to sell much-needed frequencies for faster internet access.
Facebook’s CEO can’t tell you when he learnt about Cambridge Analytica nor why the social giant allows false news in political ads.
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