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Union takes MTN to court over outsourcing

Union takes MTN to court over outsourcing

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has applied for a court interdict against MTN over the company’s decision to outsource part of its call centre facility. The matter is scheduled to be heard on 31 August. MTN earlier said

Choices confront MTN Zakhele investors

Choices confront MTN Zakhele investors

There is life after MTN Zakhele, the black economic empowerment scheme of telecommunications giant MTN, which is widely viewed to have created value for investors. On Monday, MTN announced that it will

MTN in new, R10bn BEE scheme

MTN in new, R10bn BEE scheme

Telecommunications group MTN has announced a new black economic empowerment scheme worth R9,9bn. News of the planned scheme, to be called MTN Zakhele Futhi, comes ahead of the November unwinding

Zakhele Futhi boosts MTN’s spectrum bid

Zakhele Futhi boosts MTN’s spectrum bid

Telecommunications group MTN started a R9,9bn empowerment plan that will boost black ownership of its South African unit to more than 30% and allow Africa’s biggest mobile operator to bid for high-speed Internet

Gremlins again hit MTN network

Gremlins again hit MTN network

A network outage has hit MTN for the second time this year. The mobile operator said on Thursday that it is experiencing voice and data connectivity issues affecting some of its subscribers across the country. “Engineers are

MTN workers on brink of fresh strike action

MTN workers on brink of fresh strike action

The outcome of a meeting between the Communication Workers Union and MTN management on Tuesday could decide whether or not strike action commences. MTN staff are on the brink of a

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

Vodacom takes aim at Telkom’s FreeMe

Vodacom takes aim at Telkom’s FreeMe

Vodacom has become the first operator to respond to the aggressive new “FreeMe” tariff plans from Telkom. But the country’s biggest operator is not exactly shouting about its new “+ (Plus)” plans from the

YeboYethu falls on JSE debut

YeboYethu falls on JSE debut

The share price of Vodacom’s black economic empowerment scheme YeboYethu was down by nearly 5% on Thursday – with the telecommunication giant’s scheme marking its first day of trade on the JSE

Union warns of fresh MTN strike

Union warns of fresh MTN strike

The Communication Workers Union said on Thursday that strike action against MTN was imminent. This after the service provider announced its decision to outsource a portion of its call centre facility to a third-party

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