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The future of South African undersea cable landings

The Africa Coast to Europe submarine cable could be among the last major international broadband systems to land on South African shores for some time.

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How to avoid telemarketers and spammers in South Africa

The festive season is a busy time for telemarketers and spammers in South Africa.

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Telkom-Cell C deal is off

Telkom has terminated talks to acquire the full shareholding of Cell C from Oger Telecom.

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Africa’s telecoms market to overtake Europe – expert

Africa is not just a consumer of technology anymore as the continent’s telecommunications market could become bigger than that of Europe in the next five years.

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Telkom’s huge fixed-line headache

Telkom has seen the biggest decline in fixed line in over a decade.

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Telkom results – massive mobile data growth, fixed lines declining

Telkom has published its interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2015, which show a strong growth in mobile data revenue.

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Telkom job cuts cost R1.5 billion

Telkom has reported on its voluntary severance and retirement programme.

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2015 MyBroadband Awards winners

The IT person of the year, best mobile and fixed broadband providers, and best ISP were announced at the annual MyBroadband Conference today.

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Telecoms Minister welcomes launch of Openserve

The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services has welcomed the launch of Telkom’s Openserve.


Telkom launches Openserve

The long-awaited functional separation of Telkom wholesale has been announced.

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