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Natasha Odendaal

Natasha Odendaal

Natasha Odendaal is Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Luxembourg Protocol can reshape African rail industry

19th October 2018 The adoption of the Luxembourg Protocol to the Cape Town Convention can be a solution to unlocking billions of dollars of investments from private investors into Africa’s rail industry. The new treaty, which will provide a Luxembourg-based central international registry of ownership of railway... 

South African ICT students head off to China under learning programme

19th October 2018 Another ten information and communication technology (ICT) university students from various institutions have headed to Huawei, in China, on a study trip aimed at building up an ICT talent ecosystem. The yearly study opportunity in China, under the Seeds for the Future programme – a joint Huawei... 

Sandoz launches global healthcare challenge access competition

19th October 2018 Novartis Group’s generics and biosimilars division Sandoz has launched its second Healthcare Access Challenge (HACk) in an effort to seek out broader digital solutions to local healthcare access challenges. The global Sandoz HACk competition is inviting entrepreneurs and innovators to submit... 

Icasa sets out to define its cybersecurity role

19th October 2018 The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) is working to determine its role and responsibilities in cybersecurity and cyberthreat regulatory matters and the overall environment. The authority started an inquiry with the publication of a discussion document early in October... 

Telecommunications industry loses billions of rands on the back of regulatory uncertainty

18th October 2018 The South African telecommunications industry needs regulatory certainty or it will continue to lose billions of rands in investment, Vodacom Group CEO Shameel Joosub warned on Thursday. Speaking during a question and answer panel at the MyBroadband conference, in Midrand, he explained that the... 

Liquid eyes further expansion as Cape to Cairo links up

18th October 2018 Pan-African telecommunications group Liquid Telecom is eyeing further expansion across the African continent after completing its Phase 1 decade-long project of connecting a 60 000 km network from Cape Town, South Africa, to Cairo, Egypt. The group on Thursday reported that, following the... 

Poverty comes with a data premium – Competition Commission hears

17th October 2018 Just over a year since initiating a market inquiry into data services, the Competition Commission on Wednesday kicked off its three-day public hearings to obtain a clear understanding of what is causing or leading to high data prices, along with the current state of competition, in South Africa.... 

Telcos embracing once-feared OTTs

15th October 2018 South Africa’s mobile operators are seemingly starting to embrace over-the-top (OTT) services, with offerings of OTT-related bundles with lower effective rates per megabyte of data, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa’s (Icasa’s) latest tariff analysis report shows. The... 

No digital migration funds have been wasted – Mokonyane

15th October 2018 The Department of Communications (DoC) will continue to have the remaining set-top boxes (STBs) it has already procured distributed ahead of the implementation of the new broadcasting digital migration model in March next year. None of the R10-billion in expenditure or procurements undertaken to... 

AfriCanopy to deploy low-cost Internet to rural KwaZulu-Natal in TV white space trial

15th October 2018 The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has approved plans for telecoms start-up AfriCanopy to embark on an eight-month commercial trial of television white space (TVWS) devices. AfriCanopy will now deploy high-speed, low-cost broadband using its new telecoms technology... 

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