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 Gareth Cliff is poison: M-Net Research

M-Net CEO Yolisa Phahle, as part of M-Net’s answering affidavit in the acrimonious court case with Gareth Cliff after firing him as an Idols...

Cell C plans to zero-rate WhatsApp

  To show its support for all over-the-top (OTT) players and their unhindered participation in the South African mobile industry, Cell C is throwing down the...

MTN, Nigeria may settle dispute

MTN and the Nigerian authorities may reach an out of court settlement over the dispute regarding a proposed $3.9 billion fine over the failure...

GreatSoft gears up for global expansion

Not satisfied with its status as Africa’s biggest cloud-based solutions provider to the Accounting profession, GreatSoft is setting its sights on Australia and the Unites States in an ambitious expansion effort after making strategic acquisitions. By Gugu Lourie

Telkom launches a R1m Digital Gaming League

The South African gaming industry is growing quite substantially. A relatively not so popular sport, Digital Gaming South Africa is slowly finding its rightful place and attracting big corporate sponsors.

MTN: ‘We’ve done nothing wrong in Cameroon’

MTN says it operates a clean business in Cameroon, despite that country’s anti-corruption board saying that the mobile network owes R1.5bn in taxes. By Gareth...

MTN, Orange owes taxes in Cameroon

South African-based MTN and French-based Orange owes Cameroon nearly R2.7 billion (100 billion CFA francs) in taxes, Reuters reported on Wednesday. The Central African nation’s corruption...

 Parliament’s OTT media alert ‘unauthorised’ 

A media alert sent out by Parliament on January 14 about a meeting to discuss possible regulation of over-the-top (OTT) services like WhatsApp was...