The turnaround at Altron is gathering steam, reporting a 50% improvement in full-year headline earnings per share from continuing operations.
Author Duncan McLeod
A Nigerian court has thrown out an objection lodged by Nigeria’s attorney-general, paving the way for the substance of an MTN lawsuit against the AG to be argued next month.
A Nigerian court is expected to hand down judgment on Tuesday in the ongoing battle between the nation’s attorney-general and MTN, with the AG claiming the group owes $2-billion in unpaid duties and taxes.
On the podcast this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg discuss Takealot’s decision to open a flagship customer collections centre in Midrand and two dozen other pick-up points around the country.
Picture essay | Takealot.com, the online retailer controlled by Naspers, has officially launched its flagship customer collections point on the New Road Bridge in Johannesburg.
The news this week that government has again kicked the spectrum licensing can down the road is further evidence that it isn’t taking the needs of the sector seriously enough.
Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has dashed hopes for the urgent licensing of new broadband spectrum to mobile operators.
Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams said on Tuesday evening that her department has paid Icasa the first tranche of its annual budget, a day after the communications regulator said it would take her to court to secure the funds.
The Competition Tribunal has approved the acquisition by Remgro’s Community Investment Ventures Holdings of Vumatel, but has attached long-term conditions to the sale.
Icasa on Monday said it has instructed its attorneys to file papers against communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams and her department in a dispute over its funding.