Huawei has entered a partnership with South African safety application, Namola, to ensure more South Africans have total access to the life-saving service.
South African data network operator, rain has launched its intelligent 5G transport network in partnership with Huawei. Transport networks can be thought of as the 'neural networks' that connect core networks to services.
South African app developers are poised to benefit from the US$1 billion facility Huawei has invested to support developers across global markets. Following the investment, Huawei is launching its local developer programme, called Shining-Star, in South Africa.
On the first day of AfricaCom, the biggest gathering of telecommunications companies in Cape Town, South African mobile operator MTN, together with Huawei, launched their C-band 5G trial as part of the operator’s network evolution plan towards 5G.
Back in August, TCL unveiled the BlackBerry KEY2 LE and the company are launching the trimmed down Key2 today in South Africa. The single-SIM, 32GB variant of the KEY2 LE in slate is available from Vodacom World and Vodacom Shops starting at R429 PM x 24 on a Smart XS+ package.
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TCL has announced that starting today with Vodacom, the BlackBerry KEY2 will be available online and in Vodacom stores. The BlackBerry KEY2 in Black is now available from a recommended retail price of R599pm x 24 months on a Smart XS+.
The BlackBerry Motion is now available in South Africa via Cellucity. BlackBerry Motion is the first BlackBerry smartphone to offer IP67 water and dust resistance, a new anti-scratch display technology, and the largest battery ever in a BlackBerry.
At a launch event in Johannesburg today, TCL announced that the BlackBerry KEYone will be available in South Africa from August 7. Pre-orders for BlackBerry KEYone are now open via Cellucity .
BlackBerry Priv, the first Android-powered smartphone by BlackBerry, has been launched in South Africa. As part of BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s cross-platform strategy to provide a greater choice of secure solutions to its customers.
Samsung and BlackBerry have announced the first results of a partnership designed to provide secure Android smartphones for enterprise users.