Court stops Telkom's planned network upgrade

Telkom has been forced to stop a planned R13-billion network overhaul after infrastructure provider ZTE Mzansi won a court order on Friday to halt the project, Business Day reported.

ZTE Mzansi, a joint venture between China’s ZTE Corp and local black-owned companies, took Telkom to court after being disqualified from a bidding process related to the project.

Telkom said it was reviewing the court judgment.—Reuters

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