A deal between the telecommunications giants could help reduce the cost of wireless business.
The battle between Icasa and MTN could knock cellular rates, but may lead to a deterioration in service.
Angola's state-run phone company looks set to make a profit after receiving a $314-million government bailout.
Icasa has announced new call termination regulations will come into effect on April 1.
Africa's biggest mobile company said earnings per share jumped 25%, buoyed up by a foreign exchange gain from the weaker rand.
Icasa has postponed plans to cut call rates by up to 50% due to an interim order obtained by MTN and Vodacom which suspends the planned reductions.
Icasa's new rules would effectively give mobile customers lower rates, and firms' complaints against them show greed, says Alistair Fairweather.
MTN plans to defend the lawsuit brought by Turkish mobile operator Turkcell, and which was previously heard in the US.
Communications and technology company seeks justice in South Africa.
A Turkish cellphone company has opened a lawsuit against MTN seeking damages for losses incurred as a result of MTN's actions, says the company.
Cellphone operator Cell C has lodged a complaint with the Competition Commission against MTN and Vodacom for anti-competitive conduct.
Cell C has laid a complaint against its bigger rivals, Vodacom and MTN, at South Africa's competition authorities.
The market has reacted negatively to news that termination rates will drop by 20 cents in six months time.
An innovative approach to employees leads MTN’s delivery of a bold new digital world to customers.
MTN has suspended one of its executives over alleged links to Dina Pule’s telecommunications indaba scandal, says a report.
MTN Group, Africa’s largest wireless operator, said first-half profit rose 22%, exceeding estimates, after subscriber numbers increased.
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The ratings agency warns that MTN's new business model, which foresees ongoing growth on the continent, also exposes it to less certainty.