20 Jul 2012 12:07 - Lloyd Gedye If anyone needs confirmation that there is a price war going on in SA's cellphone sector, a quick look at last Sunday's newspapers will confirm it.
22 Jun 2012 09:00 - Heather Formby Avatars, warriors, wizards, whizz-kids, mavericks and dreamers, meet the man who is moving Mxit into emerging markets.
28 Mar 2012 10:29 - Lisa Steyn New Cell C chief executive Alan Knott-Craig says the mobile operator has its eye on 25% of the market share as part of its long-term strategy.
19 Jan 2012 10:54 - Staff Reporter Cell C has has appointed former Vodacom head Alan Knott-Craig as its new chief executive officer, replacing Lars Reichelt, who resigned last year.
28 Sep 2011 08:34 - Staff Reporter Alan Knott-Craig Jnr is looking for attention. He wants so much of it, that he's just bought the attention of 40-million people in 120 countries.
14 Feb 2010 18:36 - Staff Reporter Former Vodacom chief executive Alan Knott-Craig on Sunday denied being paid R1-million a month by the network operator.
28 Jan 2010 15:23 - Karabo Keepile The M&G tracked down Rashid the magician after it emerged that former Vodacom CEO Alan Knott-Craig had paid for his study trip to the US.
29 Jan 2010 06:00 - White extremists stuck in 1972 and Women's League Cardigans. Hayibo's take on the news of the day.
22 Jan 2010 12:34 - Staff Reporter Allegations against former CEO arise from soured deal and are 'half-baked' and 'vindictive'.
17 Jan 2010 16:18 - Staff Reporter Vodacom shareholders decided not to take action against former CEO Alan Knott-Craig following a forensic report into nepotism allegations.
06 Nov 2009 09:29 - Alan Knott-Craig My critics are either mischievous or do not properly understand telecommunications, writes Alan Knott-Craig.
06 Nov 2009 09:28 - Lloyd Gedye Has he had an epiphany? Critics are angered by Alan Knott-Craig's sudden concern for the consumer, writes Lloyd Gedye.
05 Sep 2008 00:00 - Staff Reporter, Nic Dawes, Cape Town mayor Helen Zille has accused cellphone giant Vodacom of helping the ANC-controlled Western Cape government to illegally spy on her.
09 Jun 2008 10:38 - Staff Reporter Vodacom chief executive officer Alan Knott-Craig said on Monday he would step down by the end of September.
10 Mar 2008 16:24 - Staff Reporter South African mobile telecommunications group Vodacom and its shareholders, together with Rand Merchant Bank, a division of FirstRand Bank, are currently in the process of structuring a R7,5-billion black economic empowerment (BEE) transaction, it said on Monday. The Vodacom group said that its BEE transaction was "well on track".