The Department of Communications has released a list of ten priorities for 2008/2009.
Solidarity has informed Telkom that it has one week to resolve the wage dispute between the union and the company
TELKOM stock has continued to sink as serious spending is in store with no silver bullet to boost its profits.
ICASA has invested in three new detection vehicles to assist with reducing spectrum interference.
TELKOM stock fell yesterday after the company said it was slashing its proposed investment in a pay-TV division and rejecting an investment proposition by Saudi operator Oger Telecoms.
TELKOM disappointed the market yesterday by failing to announce anything terribly dramatic for its future strategy.
Telkom’s shares fell more than 10 percent yesterday as the telecoms firm unveiled several strategy decisions
Analysts have heavily criticised Telkom’s involvement in pay TV
Vodacom Business has launched its leased line and MPLS VPN services, with ADSL, WiMax and Fibre to follow.
Telkom has rejected an expression of interest by Saudi-based Oger Telecoms, as its board felt it was “not in the interest of Telkom shareholders”, the telecoms group said on Monday.