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What happened to my data? Vodacom in Parliament to answer on #DataMustFall
What happened to my data? Vodacom in Parliament to answer on #DataMustFall
Faster networks, better phones and consumers' own habits have all led to users' perceptions that their data is "disappearing", a Vodacom executive...
There’s still no answer to Please Call Me. Now they want the arbitrator to hang up
There’s still no answer to Please Call Me. Now they want the arbitrator to hang up
The clash over Nkosana Makate’s payout from cellphone giant Vodacom has taken yet another nasty turn.
How to stretch your prepaid airtime buck
How to stretch your prepaid airtime buck
Prepaid airtime is sold in denominations ranging from R2 000 to just R2 in South Africa, where a consumer may be buying just enough airtime to send...
Vodacom boosts growth forecasts on rising network investment
Vodacom boosts growth forecasts on rising network investment
Vodacom, Africa’s largest wireless operator by market value, raised three-year targets for revenue and earnings as rising investment in its network...
Please Call Me about paying me
Please Call Me about paying me
After a eight-year legal battle, the mastermind behind the Please Call Me case may be entitled to a settlement of as much as R10.5-billion —...
'No ANC meddling' in PIC
'No ANC meddling' in PIC
Public Investment Corporation (PIC) chief executive Daniel Matjila has rejected claims that ANC top brass are lobbying the organisation to sell its...
Mr Please Call Me’s story destined for a book and the big screen
Mr Please Call Me’s story destined for a book and the big screen
It’s being hailed as the ultimate David vs Goliath story of the South African corporate world. One man takes on the might of the telecommunications industry, fights a lonely battle for 15 years, and eventually wins a payout that looks likely to amount to billions of rands....
Romeo Kumalo chases PIC stake in Vodacom
Romeo Kumalo chases PIC stake in Vodacom
A week after he announced his resignation from the Eskom board, former Vodacom executive Romeo Kumalo has emerged as a key players in a black...
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...
Cost issues cloud cellphone wars
Cost issues cloud cellphone wars
In South Africa's saturated mobile market, the market's underdog, Cell C, has made a bold move to capture consumers by offering to buy them out of...
All aboard the broadband wagon
All aboard the broadband wagon
PwC forecasts that 72% of South Africans will access the internet through their cellphone by 2018. Will Cell C still be competing in this market and...
Vodacom re-launches M-Pesa (again)
Vodacom re-launches M-Pesa (again)
When M-Pesa was first launched in South Africa, it was almost a carbon-copy of the mobile money transfer service that had already gained 13-million...

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