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Telkom opens pre-order for iPhone X

South Africa's Telkom will offer iPhone X, the future of the smartphone, starting on 24 November 2017.Customers will be able to pre-order iPhone X...

Why South Africa’s Telkom May Soon Be Your Landlord?

Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko has instructed the new management of Gyro – a new wholly owned subsidiary tasked with management of masts and towers,...

South Africa Government Won’t Dump its Telkom Shares

The South African government won't dump its Telkom shares its planning to sell to the market, says Telkom CEO.During his medium-term budget speech, Finance...

South Africa’s BCX Plans to Sell Assets in Botswana, Kenya

South Africa’s Telkom disclosed on Friday that its IT business unit BCX was looking to sell several assets, including NGA Africa after it posted...

MTN Still South Africa’s Most Valuable Brand

MTN retain its position as South Africa’s most valuable brand in 2017, valued at R40.8 billion ahead of its rival Vodacom, which came in...

Telkom Mobile Teams Up With Phonefinder.co.za To Boost Subscriber Acquisitions

By Staff WriterWhen consumers visit the Phonefinder.co.za cellphone contract comparison engine, they are able to view and compare packages from various Mobile Network Operators...

We Made a Correct Decision Not To Sell SA’s Telkom, says...

South Africa’s Telkom on Monday posted a strong set financial results for the year to end March 2017, prompting the Minister of Telecommunications and...

SA’s Telkom earnings lifted by mobile business

Telkom, South Africa’s biggest fixed-line telephone group, on Monday posted a 12.4% rise in headline earnings per share (HEPS) to 731.4 cents per share...

Vodacom Makes R20 billion From Data and adds 3 million new...

Vodacom, South Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator, has added 3 million new customers in its home market and is making more than R20 billion...

Vodacom is Buying Strategic Stake in Kenya’s Safaricom for R35 billion

Vodacom announced on Monday that it is buying a 34.94% strategic stake in Kenya’s Safaricom held by its parent company Vodafone Group.The deal is...
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