MTN warns of massive earnings hit

A dramatically weakening Nigerian naira has hurt MTN’s bottom-line.
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Makate agrees to reopen negotiations with Vodacom

Kenneth Nkosana Makate’s legal team has accepted Vodacom’s invitation to negotiate an out-of-court settlement in the Please Call Me case.
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Vodacom launches Constitutional Court challenge against Makate over Please Call Me

Vodacom has ripped into the recent Supreme Court ruling in favour of Makate, calling it “unintelligible, incomprehensible, and vague”.
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Wireless network capacity auction won’t happen as planned, says Telkom

Telkom says it is unlikely that Icasa will be able to hold a fresh auction for high-demand spectrum by its target date.
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Blue Label warns shareholders of earnings slump

Blue Label Telecoms’s share price was trading 4% higher despite some bad news on Thursday.
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Telkom explains why it removed its branding from iconic Pretoria tower

Telkom is selling its tower infrastructure, but the removal of its branding from the Lukasrand tower appears unrelated.
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Vodacom and Vumatel victory against Vox over confidential documents

Vox Telecom and its fibre subsidiary Frogfoot have lost a Competition Tribunal case in which Vodacom and Maziv applied for access to confidential documents.
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Ramaphosa wins round after Telkom sues over shady deals investigation

Telkom has insisted that it is not a state institution.
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MTN media chief resigns

MTN South Africa’s chief sustainability and corporate affairs officer, Jacqui O’Sullivan, has resigned.
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South Africa considering load-shedding regulatory relief for Vodacom, MTN, MultiChoice

Icasa has announced its plans to investigate the impact of load-shedding on South Africa’s ICT sector, reports The Sunday Times.
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