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Rural municipalities in South Africa forced to use dial-up Internet service provider Zinia has called out the South African government and the telecommunications industry, saying that they need to take faster action and make last mile Internet connectivity for South African municipalities a reality. On the back of...

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WINDS OF CHANGE FOR SA’S BANDWIDTH LANDSCAPE According to Zinia the next wave of broadband will see companies benefitting from faster speeds at the same price point as their current expenditure. Businesses in South Africa will soon be able to get a 500 Mbps fibre line for the...

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Restaurant discovery platform Zomato and tech business Zinia team up Zomato is a rapidly growing restaurant discovery platform that in just eight years has 90 Million monthly users globally and has launched in 24 countries. Zomato was founded in India and was funded by the same...

Broadband land grab strategy great for SA While the term ‘land grab’ has negative association, in the telecommunications space it means good news. South Africans pay a lot more than other countries for broadband and the move this week by MTN to slash fibre broadband bodes well for...

Zinia signs EOH and Metrofibre Although the roll-out of fibre is picking up, more than a third of South African businesses can't get the connectivity they would like or need due to a lack of coverage and infrastructure. This is according to Zinia, an Internet service provider (ISP) and wholesaler...