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Cell C contract buy-out promotion could last

Cell C’s CEO Jose Dos Santos says an initiative to give customers up to R10 000 to help buy themselves out of contracts with other networks could last longer than just four months. The mobile


Cell C shows strong data growth

Data revenue on Cell C’s network has grown from R417m in the period January to March 2014 to R661m for the same period in 2015. This was disclosed at Cell C’s year-end financial results


R23bn boost for black industry

The state, through the Industrial Development Corp (IDC), intends to invest R100bn in job-creating activities in the next five years, including R23bn specifically to promote industrialisation owned and managed by blacks. This was announced


High risk of blackouts

The chances of load shedding on Tuesday are medium for the day and high for the evening, Eskom said in a tweet on Tuesday. On Monday Eskom implemented stage one load shedding just after 4pm without warning, only notifying the media and public


Eskom, T-Systems agree to extend IT deal

Eskom service provider T-Systems has announced a temporary extension of its contract with the electricity parastatal. T-Systems is a technology solutions provider and has been at the centre of controversy where media reports have indicated


Why Koos Bekker shunned a salary

Naspers chairman Koos Bekker said his decision to work without a salary when he was CEO helped him focus on building the value of the company, but he wouldn’t recommend it to everyone. In an interview with Fin24 at his Naspers office in Cape Town


Eskom seeks 25% price hike

Eskom made an urgent application to Nersa to increase the electricity tariff by 25,3% for the 2015/2016 financial year, the national energy regulator said on Friday. This includes the


Telecel Zim to continue operations

Mobile network Telecel Zimbabwe says it remains committed to its nearly 2,5m subscribers in Zimbabwe after the high court granted it temporary relief against the cancellation of its operating


SA needs a better message: Koos Bekker

A coordinated effort is needed to align South Africa’s foreign investor message, Naspers chairman Koos Bekker said on Thursday. Bekker believes cabinet or an integrated structure should align


Moneyweb makes case in copyright battle

The copyright battle between Moneyweb and Media24 started in the high court in Johannesburg on Thursday, with Moneyweb’s counsel explaining why it was important to protect the work of its

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