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The quiet rise of spy states

Few Southern African countries have laws protecting people’s privacy, a report reveals

Inside Facebook’s big bet on Africa

New undersea cables will massively increase bandwidth to the continent

Libra: How Zucked are we really?

The brand new digital currency championed by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook has serious implications for data privacy and regulation

Will Vodacom take the gap?

Vodafone's interests in Africa may be up for grabs if AT&T does acquire its European operations.

AT&T-Vodafone merger: What about Vodacom?

A merger between AT&T and Vodafone would create the world's largest telecommunications operator, but it could impact Vodacom.

Vodacom sells Tanzania phone towers to Soros-backed company

In a bid to increase earnings, Vodacom has sold over a thousand phone towers to the George-Soros-backed Helios Towers Tanzania.

BlackBerry internet services hit for a second day

BlackBerry users across Europe, the Middle East and Africa were hit with internet service disruptions again after a glitch on Monday.

Vodafone suffers annual profits drop

British mobile phone giant Vodafone said on Tuesday that annual net profit sank 7,8%, on a huge impairment charge for its operations.

Vodafone pushes deeper into India with Essar deal

Vodafone will buy out Indian partner Essar in a $5-billion deal that ratchets up its exposure to a mobile market that has proved challenging.

Rica: You need to register your 3G SIM card, too

Your internet service provider is best-placed to tell you where to register.

Vodacom: The listing that almost wasn’t

Vodacom's appearance on the bourses on Monday may go down as the listing that almost didn't happen.

Vodacom and Vodafone merger gets nod

The Competition Tribunal on Wednesday unconditionally approved the merger between cellphone companies Vodacom and Vodafone.

Samsung unveils world’s first solar-powered phone

Samsung unveiled the world's first solar-powered cellphone, "Blue Earth", in front of curious crowds at an industry show in Barcelona on Monday.

Telkom offloads Vodacom

It must be divorce season. First Mosiuoa Lekota announces his departure from the ANC and now Telkom has announced that they're separating Vodacom.

R30bn yanked from SA

The cost of offshore borrowing for SA has jumped by 50% in recent weeks while foreigners have withdrawn R30-billion from the country since last month.

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Judicial Conduct Committee orders Mogoeng to apologise for his remarks about SA Israel relations

The JCC said that by the chief justice straying into politics, he breached the judicial conduct code and ordered him to issue an apology and retraction

‘Doctors’ wives’ jump Covid queue

Private doctors and civilians have been exploiting gaps in the public health system to get vaccinated

Ithala fails to act against board chairperson over PPE scandal

Morar asked to settle with the state and pay back the profit he made on an irregular tender

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