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Blue Label again delivers strong results

Blue Label again delivers strong results

Blue Label Telecoms has continued the strong performance it reported in its interim results earlier this year, turning in a solid earnings performance for the full-year to 31 May 2016. The JSE-listed technology group

Telkom may sue Icasa over auction

Telkom may sue Icasa over auction

Telkom has threatened to launch legal action against communications regulator Icasa over a planned spectrum auction. Telecommunications & postal services minister Siyabonga Cwele has asked the high

Blue Label’s Cell C deal ‘on track’

Blue Label’s Cell C deal ‘on track’

Blue Label Telecoms has said that plans to acquire 35% of Cell C for R4bn as part of a recapitalisation plan are still “on track”. In December last year, the boards of Cell C and its holding company, 3C Telecommunications

Icasa on ‘dangerous’ terrain: Andile Ngcaba

Icasa on ‘dangerous’ terrain: Andile Ngcaba

Communications regulator Icasa was wrong to push ahead with a planned spectrum auction in the absence of government policy on the issue and should withdraw an invitation to operators to apply for access until that policy

Cwele files suit over spectrum auction

Cwele files suit over spectrum auction

South Africa’s telecommunications & postal services ministry filed a suit to block the sale of more than R12bn of wireless spectrum by the industry regulator, potentially depriving mobile carriers in the country of much-needed capacity to increase high-speed

Spectrum chaos points to ANC split

Spectrum chaos points to ANC split

A split inside the ANC over how radio frequency spectrum should be allocated – a split that risks retarding South Africa’s ICT sector – has now erupted into open warfare, with communications regulator Icasa and telecommunications

Does spectrum auction really favour ‘duopoly’?

Does spectrum auction really favour ‘duopoly’?

Cell C warned earlier this week that communications regulator Icasa’s proposed spectrum auction would serve only to entrench the dominance of South Africa’s two largest mobile operators, Vodacom and

Shoot-out: Telkom FreeMe vs Afrihost Mobile

Shoot-out: Telkom FreeMe vs Afrihost Mobile

Telkom’s FreeMe looks to be the most competitive data-focused offering in the market, especially when put next to similar packages on the three larger mobile operators. When the new packages from South Africa’s “challenger” network are

Auction would ‘entrench duopoly’: Cell C

Auction would ‘entrench duopoly’: Cell C

Cell C has warned that the invitation to apply for spectrum, issued earlier this month by communications regulator Icasa, would serve only to entrench the dominance of South Africa’s two largest mobile operators, Vodacom and MTN

Minister to sue Icasa over spectrum auction

Minister to sue Icasa over spectrum auction

Telecommunications & postal services minister Siyabonga Cwele will institute legal proceedings against communications regulator Icasa to stop the agency from going ahead with a plan to allocate access to radio frequency spectrum for

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