Research from the Link Centre conducted for the Right2Know Campaign shows that poor South Africans don’t want free airtime.
The Right2Know campaign has argued for an alternative to South Africa’s current privatised telecoms sector. Be careful what you wish for.
Telkom surprised subscribers when it announced a line rental price increase from May 2015. Here is how prices have changed between 2002 and today.
Telkom’s plan to cut thousands of jobs could be what the telecoms company needs to compete more effectively in future, said Arthur Goldstuck.
Telkom is planning to reduce its staff numbers by thousands, the telecoms company has told Fin24.
Worker union Solidarity says that Telkom is planning on retrenching thousands of workers over the next two months.
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.
Statistics South Africa’s 2014 General household survey reveals which South African provinces are the best connected.
Telkom has warned that a promotion offering people “Telkom internships” upon payment of a “booking fee” of R90 is a scam.