The Internet service provider industry in South Africa is fed up with confusing regulations from communications regulator Icasa over ownership rules.
After successfully halting analogue switch-off on 30 June, e.tv has said it knows it needs to vacate the analogue spectrum bands as soon as possible.
Communications minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has blamed the recent floods in KwaZulu-Natal and parts of the Eastern Cape for a delay in the roll-out of digital set-top boxes.
MTN South Africa has provided more granular detail about where it plans to deploy 5G sites in South Africa this year.
The spectrum made available recently by communications regulator was long overdue and is needed to unleash the promise of 5G in South Africa.
MultiChoice Group does not plan an aggressive launch of its digital terrestrial television offering in South Africa due to its limited access to spectrum.