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Navigating Fibre Internet Woes: The Human Touch in an AI World 

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Fibre Network Operators (FNOs) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are constantly bombarded with calls from customers and subscribers regarding their fibre internet service – the connection, up-time, speed, etc. Who is responsible for fixing their fibre internet problems and how do they go about raising issues and finding solutions?

Alleviate poverty – Podcast Transcript

● How a fibre infrastructure could address poverty and job creation. ● Root of poverty is in a lack of education. ● Fibre allows one to access skills and education. ● The ripple effect of access to fibre helps disadvantaged communities.

The Future of Fibre

The Future of Fibre By Bradley Bekker, Evotel GM Advancement in technology We live in the era of fibre but over the years, since the advent of the internet in the early 1990’s, there have been various advancements in technology…

Smart Cities

The idea of Smart Cities is wonderful, and it will address a lot of South African citizens' issues with the government's service delivery failures if done and implemented correctly and properly. However, who takes responsibility for creating smart cities? Is it a government led initiative, or a citizen and private sector led initiative? Who takes the leadership role in making it a reality?

Harvest doing more with free fibre

Harvest Combined School in Ladysmith, Kwazulu-Natal is an independent school founded and owned by the Harvest Educational Trust – a registered Non-Profit Organization – and one of the schools receiving free fibre internet access from Fibre Network Operator (FNO), Evotel, as part of the company's Schools Program.