Huawei Technologies’ founder Ren Zhengfei said “there’s no way the US can crush us”, according to an interview he gave to the BBC.
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BRCK, a Kenyan Internet provider, has bought rival Surf to become one of the biggest public Wi-Fi networks in sub-Saharan Africa. The terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
A South African company embroiled in allegations that it paid millions of rand a month in bribes to secure government contracts is facing collapse.
When an Air New Zealand jet to Shanghai was forced to turn around earlier this month, it seemed a relatively innocuous event put down to misfiled paperwork.
New York mayor Bill de Blasio on Sunday slammed Amazon.com’s decision to pull out of a second headquarters in the city as “an example of an abuse of corporate power” that hurts working people.
South Africa will deploy police and intelligence officers at Eskom power stations to prevent sabotage as the government implements a plan to end outages and help the utility recover.
South African police arrested a former ambassador to Iran on corruption charges related to the award of a mobile phone licence to MTN Group after it was initially given to Turkcell.
While most South Africans spent the past week griping about rolling power cuts, the outages proved a blessing for cable thieves, who are able to work during the blackouts without fear of electrocution.
A lobby group representing South African banks has urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to prioritise the country’s wider interests rather than securing votes for the ANC.