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Copper theft spikes in January: SACCI

Copper theft spikes in January: SACCI

Copper theft spiked in January costing R20.5 million, the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) said on Monday.

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ADSL downtime and copper theft

ADSL downtime and copper theft

Telkom is rumoured to have terminated their controversial RSSS contract and is beefing up its own cable alarm sections

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Telecoms to help in job creation in SA

Telecoms to help in job creation in SA

Telecommunications companies should contribute to job creation given the huge growth in their market, Minister of Communications Roy Padayachie said on Friday.

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Most valuable brands in South Africa named

Most valuable brands in South Africa named

The MTN brand has been rated as the country’s most valuable brand, according to a league table of both African and South African brands compiled by Brandirectory.

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Broadband Infraco CEO resigned – now official

Broadband Infraco CEO resigned – now official

Broadband Infraco changes its tune and confirms that its CEO Dave Smith has actually resigned

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Broadband Infraco denies CEO resignation rumours

Broadband Infraco denies CEO resignation rumours

Broadband Infraco denies rumours that its CEO Dave Smith resigned amidst reports of widespread mismanagement at the company

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Home Affairs online project will cost R2.2billion

Home Affairs online project will cost R2.2billion

Treasury has allocated R2.2 billion over five years for the department of home affairs' "Who Am I Online" project, which has been stalled by a legal dispute with GijimaAST, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said in his Budget on Wednesday.

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Musical chairs at Vodacom and Telkom?

Musical chairs at Vodacom and Telkom?

Business Times reports that Vodacom executive may take over as Telkom CEO while Telkom SA MD may become Vodacom SA CEO

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Minister denies R2 billion GijimaAst payout

Minister denies R2 billion GijimaAst payout

The department of home affairs is close to reaching a settlement with IT company GijimaAst but press reports of a R2 billion payout were false, Home Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said on Friday.

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Neotel: What went wrong?

Neotel: What went wrong?

The telecoms industry is a very lucrative sector, but it can still be very hard being a new entrant.

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