Ticketing company Computicket, which is owned by retailer Shoprite, has lost an appeal over a R20-million fine imposed on it for “abuse of dominance”.
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Vodacom said on Tuesday that it has begun network-locking some smartphone devices for the first time in many years.
Naspers spin-off, Netherlands-listed Prosus, is making an audacious, R93.5-billion hostile bid to buy London-listed Just Eat.
MTN South Africa CEO Godfrey Motsa said on Thursday that it is not the company’s responsibility to save rival Cell C, but it’s also not in the interests of the telecommunications sector or the country to allow it to fail.
Global technology distributor Ingram Micro has confirmed an earlier TechCentral report that it will close its South African office, citing the “relatively small size of the operation”.
Shareholders of 4Sight Holdings have demanded an explanation as to why a special meeting, which took place on 11 October to remove and appoint directors, was “improperly” and “unlawfully” adjourned.
Global technology distributor Ingram Micro appears to be poised to shut its South African operation.
EOH has blacklisted 50 “enterprise development” partners and intermediaries and reported suspected criminal behaviour to authorities for investigation and possible prosecution as it continues a clean-up of its operations.
The JSE-listed software services group reported a rare slide in profitability for the year ended 30 June 2019 and has deferred a decision on a dividend payment to shareholders to the end of the year.
EOH Holdings’ new black empowerment partner, Lebashe Investment Group, has said it won’t subscribe for a R250-million third and final tranche of a planned R1-billion investment in the JSE-listed technology group.