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Vodacom to offer ‘free’ data for ShowMax

Vodacom to offer ‘free’ data for ShowMax

Naspers-owned ShowMax and mobile operator Vodacom have partnered to offer “free” data for watching shows on the video-on-demand platform. Effective immediately, ShowMax is offering three months of data, adding

Did gov’t stake in Telkom dip below 50%?

Did gov’t stake in Telkom dip below 50%?

Government’s direct and indirect stake in Telkom appears to have dropped to below 50% for the first time since it warehoused and then sold most of a stake to the Elephant Consortium and Wiphold in a 2005 black economic empowerment

Four mobile networks in SA makes no sense

Four mobile networks in SA makes no sense

Spectrum access and industry consolidation are urgent imperatives if information and communications technology is to be used as an effective tool in assisting South Africa to achieve the growth objectives of

Cell C soon roaming on Vodacom 4G?

Cell C soon roaming on Vodacom 4G?

Cell C is interested in reaching a deal soon to allow its customers to roam not only on Vodacom’s 2G and 3G networks – as they do now when they are outside the bigger towns and metropolitan areas

Shuter takes reins at troubled MTN

Shuter takes reins at troubled MTN

MTN Group’s new CEO, Rob Shuter, begins work on Monday morning, taking the reins from interim executive chairman Phuthuma Nhleko at a time of considerable operational challenges at Africa’s biggest telecommunications operator. Shuter, until

Operators seek new deal on ICT policy

Operators seek new deal on ICT policy

Telecommunications & postal services minister Siyabonga Cwele is considering a proposal from six South African telecoms operators, and presented by Deloitte, that, if accepted, could help overcome the impasse between

MTN ‘comfortable’ with Blue Label deal

MTN ‘comfortable’ with Blue Label deal

MTN South Africa CEO Mteto Nyati has said the mobile operator is “comfortable” with its distribution partnership with JSE-listed Blue Label Telecoms, despite the latter’s plan to acquire a 45% stake in mobile

Vodacom Tanzania seeks R2,8bn in IPO

Vodacom Tanzania seeks R2,8bn in IPO

Vodacom Group’s Tanzanian unit plans to raise R2,8bn in a share sale, the first of a series of initial public offerings by telecommunications companies on the domestic stock exchange this

Blue Label vows to serve all operators

Blue Label vows to serve all operators

Blue Label Telecoms has denied its contract with Vodacom to distribute airtime is being cancelled, rubbishing widespread market speculation that the mobile operator has served notice to terminate

Moment of reckoning for Cell C

Moment of reckoning for Cell C

Cell C’s future will be decided by this time next week. That’s when the mobile operator must complete a planned restructuring in terms of which Blue Label Telecoms will take a 45% stake in the debt-laded mobile operator. But there’s now

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