When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
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Saki Macozoma, currently an independent non-executive director, is set to take over the role of chairperson with effect from mid-July.
The communications regulator is asking telecom companies to consider lowering the cost of data in a bid to ensure productivity during the period the coronavirus outbreak.
One man died when police caught two people allegedly stealing cellphone tower batteries near Tzaneen in Limpopo.
The Competition Commission has released the Data Services Market Inquiry final report with findings and recommendations.
The data pricing debate is only beginning, says Ferial Haffajee.
MySAPS, a new app that aims to turn the tide against crime, has been launched in South Africa and is the first of its kind on the continent.
Tashline Jooste says that if her small business had the support made available through incubation hubs, it would have made a difference to its success. She now leads the Innovator Trust, which helps support black-owned and women-owned small businesses in the ICT sector to thrive.
Having started her career in sales at Vodacom in 1994, Carol Hall later became the first female managing executive of a region. She shares more on her journey of climbing up the corporate ladder, and the priorities for her new role.
Vodacom and MTN's long wait for the auction of new spectrum in South Africa is set to continue after the government made clear the priority is to increase opportunities for smaller companies.
After moving sideways for the past four months, Vodacom has now broken out to the upside and still has more upside to come.
South African companies are responding to the coronavirus outbreak with social initiatives as well as plans to keep their businesses operating smoothly.
"Really, 34%?" remarked Tebogo Khaas, convenor and trustee of Public Interest SA, after Vodacom announced the decrease in the price of its 1GB data bundle.
Mobile operators Vodacom and MTN warn that South Africans could suffer network problems as a result of vandalism on cellphone towers.
Mobile operator MTN says the Competition Commission's recommendations to address competition in the data services market is non-binding and that it is prepared to challenge any prosecution against it before the Tribunal.
An analyst says that the company will feel his absence as Vodacom prepares for 5G.
Please Call me inventor Nkosana Makate has taken Vodacom to court again, saying he deserves more than the R47m he was offered for his idea. But based on a recent Fin24 poll, most readers think that's more than enough.
Vodacom Managing Executive for the Western region Carol Hall started her career at the mobile communications company selling cellphone contracts, she shares lessons she's learnt on her journey.
SAM Meyiwa has passed on without getting justice for his beloved son Senzo Meyiwa.
Vodacom and MTN, the country's two biggest mobile-phone providers, have long been demanding the opportunity to bid for new spectrum to extend high-speed internet to new customers and increase data revenue.
Vodacom’s unit in the Democratic Republic of Congo will lose the right to provide 2G services this week unless it renews a disputed license, according to a government order.
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