MTN South Africa is going uncapped – not on fibre, but on its wireless network, launching uncapped fixed-LTE plans starting at R499/month in a challenge to rival Rain.
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eMedia has filed papers in the high court to stop the communications minister from declaring a March 2022 date for analogue television switch-off.
Telkom is taking Icasa to court to try to stop the communications regulator’s planned withdrawal of temporary spectrum at the end of next month.
Walmart-owned retail group Massmart has secured the acquisition of online shopping logistics firm OneCart after announcing in August that it was in talks to buy the company.
Communications minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has drawn a line in the sand, saying the switch-off of analogue television broadcasts in South Africa will happen by the end of March.
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Richard Came, one of the founding investors in Vumatel and Dark Fibre Africa, has sold his remaining stake in CIVH, the Remgro-controlled parent of the two businesses, marking the end of a highly successful investment. Shaun Clark, CEO of Platform Investment Partners (PIP) — the professional investment house created by Came, who is also a co-founder of Dimension Data — said in an interview with TechCentral that CIVH had outgrown PIP’s ability to add meaningful value. Its remaining minority equity stake — which has been diluted significantly over the years — has now been repurchased by CIVH, ensuring the stake…
The regulator has set out a timetable for the licensing of so-called “high-demand spectrum”, saying it plans to expedite the long-delayed process.
South Africa will complete analogue television switch-off by March 2022, the cabinet said in a statement on Friday.
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