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Vodacom-Neotel deal will boost competition: Telkom

Telkom chief executive officer Sipho Maseko says that if Vodacom’s bid to buy Neotel is given the green light by regulators, it could make for “formidable” competition.

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Telkom plans to split its business functions

Telecoms company Telkom plans to separate its business along clearer lines into retail, wholesale and enterprise focus areas in the coming months and years.

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Telkom’s results explained in two slides

Telkom has revealed its latest financial results, which show a big increase in mobile revenue and mobile subscribers.

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Apple music streaming service unveiled tomorrow: report

Apple will announce its new music streaming service tomorrow at its World Wide Developers Conference, the Sony Music CEO said.

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SA government’s Vodacom share sale to PIC close

The South African government’s planned sale of its Vodacom stake to the Public Investment Corporation is close, reports Bloomberg.

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Cell C’s R2bn debt earns it a warning from ratings agency

Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has issued a warning over South African mobile operator Cell C’s R2bn unsecured debt.

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Car insurance companies stick it to e-tolls

Many of South Africa’s large insurance companies will still honour a vehicle claim, even if a car’s licence disc has expired.

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South African car sharing company Locomute to launch soon

South African car sharing company Locomute makes it possible for people to use its cars, which are parked throughout South Africa, at prices starting from R32 per hour and R6.80 per km.

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Uber-for-documents launches in South Africa

A new courier service based on an Uber-for-documents model is launching in Cape Town and may spread to other cities.

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4 disruptive technologies that will make or break your business

These are the top four disruptive technologies that are going to affect your business in the next decade.

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