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Outgoing MTN Group CEO Phuthuma Nhleko has been appointed to the board of British energy giant BP. The appointment is effective 1 February. Nhleko is stepping down as CEO of MTN at the end of March, but will

The board of state-owned telecommunications infrastructure company Broadband Infraco will take action against any employee who did not follow correct procurement procedures. The company was reacting

A new dossier, which apparently makes new allegations about corporate governance problems at Telkom, has prompted the telecommunications group to go on the offensive by issuing a statement

Johannesburg’s billing problem, which mayor Amos Masondo recently said was not a sign of a crisis, will be investigated, the cooperative governance & traditional affairs department said on Tuesday

Neotel has been struck by three senior-level resignations just a week after parent company, India’s Tata Communications, announced that Neotel MD and CEO Ajay Pandey was being redeployed and would return to his native India

Social video service Zoopy, often referred to as SA’s version of Google’s YouTube, has decided to take its business in a new direction. As of today, the company no longer accepts user-generated video uploads and

The world is about to run out of Internet addresses. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (Iana) has allocated the last two free batches of Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) addresses to Apnic, Asia-Pacific’s Internet registry

Initial reports suggest alarms monitoring heating in the Johannesburg data centre housing 24.com’s entire Web presence was to blame for the downtime experienced by News24 and