South Africa's two biggest mobile phone companies will buy Nashua Mobile's 900 000 mobile subscribers after it deemed its model unsustainable.
The high court’s decision on MTN and Vodacom’s review of Icasa’s regulation of mobile interconnection rates highlights the role that regulators play.
Cellphone giants Vodacom and MTN have to implement the communications authority's rates despite a high court ruling them invalid and unlawful.
SA industries are choosing to go to court rather than offer better deals to their customers, holding the economy back and limiting job creation.
The cellphone giants are taking the communications authority to court over its plan to cut call interconnect rates between mobile networks.
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.
Vodacom is looking into music and video content from Naspers on the back of a future reduction in data prices and faster connection speeds.
Vodacom has planned to increase investment in the country as it speeds up the pace of network upgrades.
Vodafone's interests in Africa may be up for grabs if AT&T does acquire its European operations.
A merger between AT&T and Vodafone would create the world's largest telecommunications operator, but it could impact Vodacom.
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.
HR is reinventing itself to foster more innovative businesses.
The financing of the "Please Call Me" litigation is the first of its kind in South Africa. But why are South Africans so captivated by the case?
Sterling-Rand has emerged as plaintiff Nkosana Makate's financial backer in the Vodacom Please Call Me case.
Nkosana Makate is now waiting on judgment after his case against his former employer over the invention of its Please Call Me service closed.
Alan Knott-Craig made his first appearance in court in the case brought against Vodacom about the invention of the Please Call Me.