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Robert Venter, Altron
After Nashua Mobile said it would sell its MTN and Vodacom subscriber bases before eventually shutting down, Altech Autopage, a subsidiary of JSE-listed Altron, said it sees an upside in being the only independent third-party provider in the cellular space. Altron CEO Robert Venter said Autopage has an advantage as it’s the only independent service provider left in the market. – ITWeb
Krishna Chetty, MTN SA
The evolution to next-generation wireless technology long-term evolution (LTE) is in full force, and SA’s operators are allocating increasingly more resources to develop their networks and try keep up with the global shift.

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Michelle Potgieter, Samsung SA
Samsung SA is calling on all aspiring designers to enter its InspireDesigntalent search competition. Michelle Potgieter, director of corporate marketing and communications at Samsung SA, says: “We are proud to be driving the Inspire Design initiative locally to find extraordinary people and showcase our next generation of upcoming artists.” The initiative is aimed at unearthing SA’s top talent and will be rewarding them with media exposure. – ITWeb
Zubair Loonat, Drive Control Corporation
Distributor Drive Control Corporation has revealed the appointment of Zubair Loonat as its new Huawei Enterprise product manager. Loonat will focus on the entire Huawei Enterprise suite of products including servers, storage, switches, security, unified communications and data centres.

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David Logan, PBT
ICT training solutions provider Torque IT has extended IT training to people with disabilities. Tracy Govender, IT training manager at Torque IT, said: “By expanding our offering to this often-marginalised group of students, we are also enlarging the pool of IT specialists and improving the employability of our fellow people with disabilities in South Africa.” – ITWeb

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