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Alon Rom

HelloPeter’s new head announced

Alon Rom will be appointed as the new HelloPeter CEO from 1 December 2014, replacing Peter Cheales

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HelloPeter

HelloPeter sold

South Africa’s premier customer service website HelloPeter has been acquired, with former owner Peter Cheales leaving the company

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Mobile fight

Cell C, Telkom Mobile gone in a few years: analyst

Analyst David Shapiro predicts that only Vodacom and MTN will survive the mobile war

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“Remarkable” IT job growth in South Africa

The latest CareerJunction Index shows that the IT industry has seen “remarkable growth” in South Africa

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Prenesh Padayachee

Telkom poaches Internet Solutions CTO

Telkom has announced the appointment of the CTO of Internet Solutions as its managing director for wholesale services

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Nashua Mobile app

Nashua Mobile sale earned R1.4-billion profit

The recognised profit from the sale of Nashua Mobile is R1.4 billion in profit, Reunert reported

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Vodafone

Vodafone, Afrimax in sub-Saharan deal

Vodafone and Afrimax Group have signed a framework agreement to co-operate in sub-Saharan Africa

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Telkom

Telkom on-track for future growth: CEO

Telkom CEO, Sipho Maseko, says that the group’s results for the first six months of the 2015 financial year confirm that the business is on track for future growth.

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Vodacom MTN alleged agreement

MTN, Vodacom or Telkom: where should you invest?

How are funds positioned in the three telecommunications giants? Patrick Cairns investigates.

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Vodacom and Neotel

MTN concerned over Vodacom-Neotel deal

MTN has contacted communications regulator Icasa and the Competition Commission to express its concerns about a R7 billion merger deal between rival mobile operator Vodacom and fixed line player Neotel

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