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The decision to extend an NCC November 16 deadline to fine MTN R74.8bn suggests discussions are making headway, says an analyst.
MTN has on Monday advised that the Nigerian Communications Commission has agreed not to impose a $5.2-billion fine on the company until ongoing discussions have been concluded.
The Nigerian Communication Commission’s deadline for MTN to pay a R75-billion fine looms, but MTN remains mum on the issue.
We explore the capacity of the government to spy on the communications of individuals’ cellphones, landline phones, and internet activities.
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub reveals why they have a far lower contract subscriber churn rate than before.
The difference between a health care worker having cellphone reception or seeing the familiar “no service” on a cellphone screen can be a matter of life or death.
It’s crazy to think that there once was a time when it was illegal to Skype call someone from South Africa.
We take a look at the best prepaid mobile data deals available in SA.
The resignation of MTN group chief executive officer Sifiso Dabengwa is a “loss to the industry”, says Vodacom boss Shameel Joosub.