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Spectrum standoff must end

Spectrum standoff must end

Government’s secret plans for a national wholesale wireless network, which will have exclusive access to high-demand spectrum, must be withdrawn from the white paper on information and communications technology being prepared for

Enzo Scarcella quits Telkom for MTN

Enzo Scarcella quits Telkom for MTN

Telecommunications industry veteran Enzo Scarcella is leaving his role as chief marketing officer at Telkom after spending three years at the company. Prior to joining Telkom, Scarcella was the managing executive at

Apple must cough up €13bn, EU says

Apple must cough up €13bn, EU says

Apple was ordered to repay a record €13bn (US$14,5bn; R210bn) plus interest after the European Commission said Ireland illegally slashed the iPhone maker’s tax bill. The world’s richest company benefited from a “selective tax treatment” in

Seacom goes direct in Kenya

Seacom goes direct in Kenya

A year after launching corporate ICT services in the South African market, pan-African telecommunications company and subsea fibre cable operator Seacom is expanding its corporate offering to Kenya. Under its Seacom Business intiative

Simple ways to cut your cellphone spending

Simple ways to cut your cellphone spending

When it comes to advice on choosing the right mobile contract or prepaid plan, it’s impossible to ensure a guide will be “one size fits all”. There are far too many variables, both on the supply and demand sides of the equation: dozens and dozens

BT to ramp up investment in Africa

BT to ramp up investment in Africa

Britain’s BT Group, through its BT Global Services arm, is set to ramp up investment in sub-Saharan Africa, expanding into markets in West and East Africa as it seeks to tap into growth opportunities in the business

Gordhan fires ‘political bazooka’ at Molefe

Gordhan fires ‘political bazooka’ at Molefe

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan has fired “the political equivalent of a bazooka” at Eskom CEO Brian Molefe, Democratic Alliance MP David Maynier said on Monday after national treasury issued a statement saying that the state-owned power

Sparks fly at Naspers AGM

Sparks fly at Naspers AGM

A few feathers were ruffled at the ordinarily calm Naspers annual general meeting of shareholders on Friday, causing a former director to walk out and suggest other shareholders follow and chairman Koos Bekker to threaten to evict an activist

SA can no longer afford Eskom’s monopoly

SA can no longer afford Eskom’s monopoly

South Africa has not had load shedding for nearly a year. This is a welcome development after years of power cuts that constrained economic growth. Electricity consumption has more or less flattened out, giving the national utility

Guptas to quit SA for good

Guptas to quit SA for good

South Africa’s Gupta family, which has been accused of using its friendship with President Jacob Zuma for gain, plans to sell all its South African business interests by the end of the year. The family is in talks with

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