Cell C has begun talks to delay debt payments and hired consultants to probe its business practices and advise on a restructuring.
Author Loni Prinsloo
Government is considering a R3.2-billion guarantee for the country’s cash-strapped national broadcaster to help it raise money from lenders, according to a report.
IBM is starting up so-called camps across Africa to train hundreds of engineers and scientists in quantum coding as the US tech giant readies to take hold of commercial opportunities on the continent.
Naspers may be moving most of its Internet businesses to a new listing in Amsterdam, but the Cape Town-based technology investor is at pains to show it’s not abandoning South Africa.
Telkom is seeking an equity partner to help build more mobile network towers as the former South African phone monopoly seeks new ways to increase revenue away from its core, fixed-line business.
Vodacom Group has updated its profit outlook on the back of the acquisition of East Africa’s largest mobile phone company that’s helping it push into financial services.
MTN Group plans to sell at least half of its R9.4-billion interest in newly listed Jumia Technologies, according to people familiar with the matter.
IHS Holding plans to enter new markets in the Middle East and Southeast Asia to bulk up ahead of a potential attempt to sell shares in either New York or London.
Jumia Technologies said on Monday that Mastercard has agreed to invest €50-million in a private placement ahead of the Africa-focused online retailer’s planned initial public offering in New York.
Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk has been working for years to solve a problem rivals might envy – getting investors to value the South African firm nearer to its $133-billion stake in Tencent. A plan for a Dutch listing is his boldest step yet.