Business Leadership South Africa has torn strips off communications regulator Icasa over its intention to withdraw temporary spectrum from operators at the end of November.
Remgro-controlled CIVH reduced its losses in the year ended 30 June 2021, with its contribution to headline earnings of a loss of R435-million, from R649-million a year ago.
SACF members would like to see the restart of the licensing process as soon as is practicably possible, with consultations beginning within a month. By Katharina Pillay.
Telkom’s sprawling wholesale division, Openserve, is likely to be the next unit of the telecommunications group to be listed on the JSE.
Namibia’s biggest mobile operator MTC plans to raise N$3.1-billion in a November listing, as the government seeks to fund its social programmes and cut debt.
In an effort to unlock shareholder value trapped in its corporate structure, Telkom has announced it will seek a JSE listing for its masts and towers business.
Khumbudzo Ntshavheni needs to act with haste to try to resolve the spectrum licensing crisis that is now engulfing the ICT sector. By Duncan McLeod.
While plenty has been spoken around ARC’s fee structure, not enough has been asked about its valuation of Rain. By Keith McLachlan.
MTN Group affiliate, emerging markets telecommunications tower operator IHS Towers, is pursuing a possible listing on the New York Stock Exchange.
Cell C terminated the provision of network services to Virgin Mobile South Africa at 5pm on Wednesday, signalling the death of the country’s first mobile virtual network operator.