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Telkom Mobile has the lines buzzing about its prices and, surprisingly, its service
Telkom Mobile has the lines buzzing about its prices and, surprisingly, its service
It was at a sunny birthday breakfast that talk about Telkom came up. But instead of the usual complaints about poor service, the conversation...
SA flunked golden IT opportunities
SA flunked golden IT opportunities
President Thabo Mbeki’s commitment to the information economy was clear from his State of the Nation speech in the National Assembly on February 9...
The battle is on for rapid broadband
The battle is on for rapid broadband
The war for high-speed spectrum and, ultimately, market share in the telecommunications sector is heating up.
Telkom directors' pay rises as employees face job cuts
Telkom directors' pay rises as employees face job cuts
Total compensation for chief executive Sipho Maseko rose 5.1% to R12.3-million, former chief financial officer Jacques Schindehutte received...
Fibrehoods vs Futurehoods: A battle won by consumers
Fibrehoods vs Futurehoods: A battle won by consumers
In the second decade of the 21st century, fibre-to-the-home represents the arrival of the future. Once the cost of installation is covered, it has...
Vodacom-Neotel deal should worry Telkom, says analyst
Vodacom-Neotel deal should worry Telkom, says analyst
The approval by industry regulators of Vodacom's bid to buy fixed-line business Neotel should worry Telkom, according to technology analyst Steven...
Telkom to shed thousands of jobs
Telkom to shed thousands of jobs
Telkom is planning to reduce its staff numbers by thousands, the telecoms company has told Fin24.
Union demands Telkom retract retrenchment letters to staff
Union demands Telkom retract retrenchment letters to staff
Telkom has issued retrenchment letters to 105 staff members, the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) said on Friday.
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...
Telkom to cut staff in half to lower costs - union
Telkom to cut staff in half to lower costs - union
Telkom will cut about half of its workforce as Africa's largest fixed-line phone operator seeks to reduce spending and help stabilise the business,...
Suspended Telkom CFO's hearing to conclude by year end
Suspended Telkom CFO's hearing to conclude by year end
Telkom, Africa's largest fixed-line operator, will probably resolve a disciplinary process into the alleged misconduct of suspended chief financial...
The meaning of Neotel's sale
The meaning of Neotel's sale
Few words in telecoms are more powerful than "incumbent". 

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