Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
Three years after elbowing into the Indian wireless phone market with free calls and data, billionaire Mukesh Ambani is back at it.
Why is data in South Africa so expensive? Why does it 'expire'? And is there anything that anyone can do about it? Fin24 unpacks the issues in the final instalment of this four-part series on the cost of data in SA.
Why is data in South Africa so expensive? Why does it 'expire'? And is there anything that anyone can do about it? Fin24 unpacks the issues in the second report in this four-part series published daily on the cost of data in SA.
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.
The SA telecoms group may receive a naira-denominated refund if it returns the $8.1bn that the Nigeria Central Bank says was illegally taken out of the country.
The Zimbabwean government is haggling with Econet Wireless over infrastructure sharing which Econet argues should be implemented on a one on one basis.
Zimbabwe’s landline phones are under threat after its auditor general cast doubt on the ability of the country’s telecommunications firms to continue as growing concerns.
The mobile communications company plans to buy a significant stake in Kenyan mobile player Safaricom, which will make East Africa a much stronger hub for Vodacom.
In 2013 Jacques du Toit took over the reins of Vox Telecom. He talks about the strategy he has been implementing over the past four years, and the telco’s plans to increase its ICT market share.
Zimbabwean telecoms operators have had enough of ridicule and complaints from subscribers venting their frustrations on social media over new steep mobile data prices.
The Ugandan and Zambian governments reportedly enlisted help from Huawei employees to spy on their political opponents.
Why is data in South Africa so expensive? Why does it 'expire'? And is there anything that anyone can do about it? Fin24 unpacks the issues in the third report in this four-part series published daily on the cost of data in SA.
Why is data in South Africa so expensive? Why does it 'expire'? And is there anything that anyone can do about it? Fin24 unpacks the issues in the first of this four-part series that will be published daily this week on the cost of data in SA.
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.
On 8 August MTN interim results were met with disdain by market participants as the share traded nearly 5% lower shortly after the release.
The telecoms giant experienced a boost in overall revenue of almost 7%. In SA, the group also saw an increase in data revenue growth of almost 19%.
Jail for cartels not necessarily a great idea. Dewald van Rensburg explains.
Zimbabe's government is tightening its grip on the telecommunications industry, but denies it is doing this to curb social media criticism of government policies.
Shaun Murison, senior market analyst at IG, takes a closer look at the telecom giant's full-year results for 2016.
Kliq Holdings provides high-speed internet connections to customers in far-flung regions through its wireless network. We spoke to one of the company’s founders, Erik Oosthuizen.
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