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Transnet ‘kickback’ scandal widens

A storm threatens at the state company over tender-free CCTV projects with Neotel worth R835-million.

Transnet scandal: Ex-Gupta man shows his hand

Homix says its CEO Ashok Narayan had attempted to convince investigators that it had provided Neotel with services commensurate with charges.

‘Kickback’ scandal engulfs Transnet

NEWSFLASH: Neotel confirms CEO and CFO have taken special leave pending an investigation of suspected commission payments in Transnet contracts.

Vodacom-Neotel deal should worry Telkom, says analyst

Industry regulators have approved Vodacom's bid to buy Neotel, along with its fixed-line network, making it a formidable competitor to Telkom.

Crossed lines on Vodacom, Neotel deal

The cellphone giant's mooted new buy is just one example of how the telecoms sector is converging.

The meaning of Neotel’s sale

Vodacom concluded a deal to buy Neotel for R7-billion. Arthur Goldstuck looks at the meaning of the deal for South Africa telecoms.

LTE is a complementary solution

A comment by Alphonzo Samuel, the managing executive for network infrastructure provisioning at Telkom SA.

A realistic look at “4G”

The migration to digital terrestrial television and other delays are hampering broadband rollout.

LTE: a solution to SA’s broadband rollout?

A comment by Toby Shapshak, the editor and publisher of Stuff magazine.

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