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Gugu Lourie

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Coronavirus: Restaurants, Casinos, Cinemas to Resume Trading

Cinemas, restaurants, theatres and casinos can start operating again, albeit under strict conditions, after having closed for three months in the COVID-19 enforced lockdown. This...

Telkom Loses Cellphone Masts Case

The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) has dismissed Telkom’s bid to be allowed to build cellphone masts and other related infrastructure at locations of its choice. The...

Cell C is in Such Bad Shape It’s Defaulting on Loans

Embattled mobile phone operator Cell C is facing significant liquidity constraints, a notice of retrenchment shows. Cell C is in the process of retrenching its...

Debt-Ridden Cell C Serves Retrenchment Notices to 2500 Employees

The Information Communication Technology Union (ICTU) said on Friday that Cell C has served retrenchment notices to all its staff members. ICTU is an affiliate...

SASSA Temporarily Closes KwaMashu Office Due to Positive COVID-19 Case

SASSA KwaMashu Local Office has been temporarily closed until further notice after an official tested positive for COVID-19. The Department of Health has been requested...

Telkom Targets SMEs With a Digital Marketplace

Telkom is targeting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as part of its revenue diversification strategy. Small and medium businesses have the biggest impact on a...

MTN’s Internet Users Hits 100 Million Mark

MTN has reached a significant milestone by recording 100 million active data users on its networks across Africa and the Middle East, the telco...

Jaguar to Test the World’s First Wireless Charging for i-Pace Taxi Fleet

Jaguar Land Rover has partnered with the City of Oslo to launch the world's first high-powered wireless taxis. In a programme known as ‘ElectriCity’, the...