Fears about Minister Dlodlo weren't unfounded. Six months into the job, she's been accused of issuing illegal interception orders, writes Adriaan Basson.
Minister of Communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams cited a need for more consultation with society and the communications sector as a reason for her decision to withdraw the bill.
Vodacom said it is committed to paying reasonable compensation to the Please Call me inventor Nkosane Makate and the possibility of amending its offer "does not exist".
Vodacom: 55 million customers in 32 African companies, total assets of R96.5 billion – and zero cojones, writes Sara Gon.
Vodacom's half-year results reflect a slight dip in headline earnings per share, on the back of a BEE transaction which was concluded during the period.
The deal will help Vodacom comply with a government initiative to ensure that at least 20% of the company is owned by blacks.
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub says the network will give all customers affected by its recent network glitch, 500MB over and above reimbursement of lost data.
Mobile network Vodacom has dished out R18m worth of shares to its chief executive officer as part of its forfeitable share plan.
The resignation of MTN group chief executive officer Sifiso Dabengwa is a loss to the industry, says Vodacom boss Shameel Joosub.
Top executive directors at South Africa’s biggest telecommunications company Vodacom have received lower bonus pay than in previous years.
Vodacom is set for the festive rush, having invested R200m in Mpumalanga to ensure customers can stay in touch with friends and colleagues during the holiday season.
Vodacom has asserted that its group CEO Shameel Joosub was not conflicted when he made a final offer of compensation to a former employee who proposed the Please Call Me service.
Vodacom is paying out 'reasonable compensation' to a former employee of the South African mobile-network operator for his idea to develop a popular call-back service.
Vodacom may have lost its marbles - and she may have too, says Ferial Haffajee.
The sale is likely to attract interest from wireless carriers including Vodacom Group and MTN Group, which have long bemoaned a lack of opportunities to expand services.
Mobile communications company Vodacom has managed to overcome tough economic conditions reporting growth in its profits, helped by the acquisition of a 34.94% stake in Safaricom.
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub has told Fin24 that data prices could fall even further for customers, after recent results showed revenue growth spurred by data consumption.
Mobile network Vodacom has hiked the pay of its chief executive officer Shameel Joosub by almost double for the financial year ended March 2016.
Shameel Joosub, the chief executive officer of South Africa’s biggest mobile network, has bought R3.9m worth of shares in the company.
Regulatory approval of Vodacom's acquisition bid for Neotel is taking too long, say telecom executives.
South Africa's Mobile Termination Rates (MTR) policy is hurting the operator, as Icasa pushes ahead with asymmetric reductions.
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