telecommunications industry

 
Stop whining, MTN and Telkom
Stop whining, MTN and Telkom
If there's one group of local companies that doesn't need help, it's our telecommunications providers. For decades this cosy oligopoly has reaped the...
Unbundling of Telkom is only answer
Unbundling of Telkom is only answer
Last week Telkom was a lumbering giant stumbling from one bad investment to the next. This week the listed telecommunications operator is a...
MTN tops 150-million subscribers
MTN tops 150-million subscribers
MTN Group, Africa's largest telecom group, said on Wednesday it has topped 150-million subscribers across 21 countries, as it continues to expand...
Skills crisis looms after Telkom exodus, says Solidarity
Skills crisis looms after Telkom exodus, says Solidarity
Telkom faces a skills crisis after granting more than 1 500 voluntary severance packages to experienced workers, Solidarity said on Wednesday....
Zimbabwe's mobile market seen at $1,34bn by 2016
Zimbabwe's mobile market seen at $1,34bn by 2016
New data out on Monday conducted by growth partnership company Frost & Sullivan puts the Zimbabwean mobile communications market at $1,34-billion...
Telkom fires up 8ta contracts
Telkom fires up 8ta contracts
Telkom's new mobile business, 8ta, is stepping up the fight with...
Banking on your phone for a song
Banking on your phone for a song
MTN muscled in on the banking space several years ago, but today FNB has moved into the tele-communications space and is hoping that its offering...
Vodacom's profitable divorce
Vodacom's profitable divorce
Vodacom's release from the dead hand of Telkom early next month could see billions of rands unlocked and give the economy and shareholders' pockets...
Tata increases shareholding in Neotel
Tata increases shareholding in Neotel
Tata Communications has bought the 30% stake in Neotel previously held by Eskom and Transnet, South Africa's first converged communications network...
MTN, Neotel to build 5 000km fibre-optic network
MTN, Neotel to build 5 000km fibre-optic network
Africa's biggest cellphone operator MTN and South Africa's second biggest fixed-line operator Neotel will build a national long-distance fibre-optic network for between R1,7-billion and R2-billion....

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