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The north Gauteng high court has dismissed a case against Telkom, which could have seen the fixed-line operator pay up to R1,7bn to black-led telecommunications infrastructure provider Bihati Solutions

Telkom acting CEO Jeffrey Hedberg’s decision to not renew his contract at the end of March was a “calamity”, trade union Solidarity said on Tuesday. “The decision by Hedberg, an expert in the field of turnaround

Magix Integration, one of the remaining components of now-defunct IT group MGX, which failed spectacularly early last decade, is being bought out by a US-listed technology company

The National Association of Manufacturers in Electronics Components (Namec) will hold an urgent meeting this week to decide how best to contest cabinet’s decision that SA will use the European standard for digital terrestrial television

Neotel parent, India’s Tata Communications, has a new CEO. The company has announced that Vinod Kumar will replace Srinath Narasimhan on 1 February.

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has not received formal notification from Neotel that it plans to retrench workers, a union spokesman said on Friday. “As the situation stands, CWU has not yet formally received any

SA’s commercial broadcasters have welcomed communications minister Roy Padayachie’s announcement on Friday that SA will adopt the second generation of the European standard

No comment. That was the reaction from communications minister Roy Padayachie to news that Telkom acting CEO Jeffrey Hedberg would leave the telecommunications group at the end of March. Padayachie declined

SA will switch off analogue terrestrial broadcasts by December 2013, communications minister Roy Padayachie announced at a press conference on Friday morning