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MTN’s BEE share fracas goes to court
MTN’s BEE share fracas goes to court
A group of 382 MTN employees are taking the mobile telecommunications giant to court over payouts from a multibillion-rand black economic empowerment (BEE) share scheme....
The veracious velocity of virtual reality
The veracious velocity of virtual reality
I believe that as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies mature and adoption increases, these exponential technologies are...
Now is the time of monsters
Now is the time of monsters
Water cannons and stun grenades were used outside of the World Economic Forum Africa (WEFAfrica) meeting in Cape Town this week against womxn...
Rwanda’s gingerbread house
Rwanda’s gingerbread house
Early last Thursday morning, a group of South Africans landed at Kigali airport in Rwanda. The land of a thousand hills and mountains covered in...
Reuel Khoza appointed as interim PIC board chair
Reuel Khoza appointed as interim PIC board chair
The first order of business for the new interim board of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) is to appoint a permanent chief executive,...
MTN contributed to human rights violations in Sudan, say 23 civil society groups
MTN contributed to human rights violations in Sudan, say 23 civil society groups
Dear MTN Sudan CEO Melik Melamu & MTN Group CEO Rob Shuter:
SingularityU South Africa Summit 2019 will address Africa’s most pressing challenges
SingularityU South Africa Summit 2019 will address Africa’s most pressing challenges
SingularityU South Africa is proud to announce that the SingularityU South Africa Summit 2019 will take place at the Kyalami Grand Prix and...
SA’s monetary policy needs a serious overhaul
SA’s monetary policy needs a serious overhaul
The call by the ANC’s Luthuli House to loosen monetary policy was both clumsy — in process, terminology, tweets and even scope (with its...
What it’s like to be spied on
What it’s like to be spied on
As the amaBhungane investigative journalism unit heads to court to argue for disclosure of state surveillance, Mail & Guardian...
MTN pays off bulk of $1.5 billion Nigeria fine
MTN pays off bulk of $1.5 billion Nigeria fine
South African telecoms giant MTN has paid more than three-quarters of a record $1.5-billion dollar fine levelled by Nigeria for failing to...
MTN's Nigeria listing: View from the stock exchange floor in Lagos
MTN's Nigeria listing: View from the stock exchange floor in Lagos
Lagos — At exactly 2.30pm, when the stock market closed on Thursday, MTN Nigeria's chairperson Pascal Dozie and Ferdi...
Jumia, Africa’s e-unicorn?
Jumia, Africa’s e-unicorn?
Would you know a unicorn if you saw one? This is not the mythical single-horned quadruped but rather the tech giant providing digital services that...

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