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Telkom to write down assets by R12-billion
Telkom to write down assets by R12-billion
The continent's largest fixed-line operator said on Tuesday that it will write down the value of its assets by R12-billion to reflect...
Telkom's business rating downgraded
Telkom's business rating downgraded
The agency downgraded Telkom's long-term rating from BBB to BBB- on Tuesday, citing its current business problems and poor profitability.
Telkom in the dock for putting squeeze on SA telecoms
Telkom in the dock for putting squeeze on SA telecoms
It may have taken seven years and numerous legal challenges, but the Competition Commission's case against Telkom finally made it to the Competition Tribunal on Monday....
Moholi takes over Telkom reins in April
Moholi takes over Telkom reins in April
The board of Telkom South Africa (TKG) on Thursday announced the appointment of Ms Nombulelo (Pinky) Moholi as chief executive officer (CEO) of the...
Commission approves Vodafone-Vodacom merger
Commission approves Vodafone-Vodacom merger
The Competition Commission has recommended the approval of the proposed large merger between Vodafone and Vodacom, it said on Monday.
Foreigners to pay 10% premium for Safaricom
Foreigners to pay 10% premium for Safaricom
Foreign investors buying Kenya's Safaricom stock will pay a 0,5 shilling premium per share over the five Kenya shillings that domestic investors...
Telkom's surge the talk of the town
Telkom's surge the talk of the town
Telecommunications heavyweight Telkom remained the talk of the town during the morning session on Monday as news of a potential buyout and...
SA swimmers gear up for Olympics
SA swimmers gear up for Olympics
South Africa's swim stars are set to gather in Cape Town this weekend for the final national swimming camp in home waters before they take up the...

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