African Equity Empowerment Investments, controlled by Iqbal Survé’s Sekunjalo Group, has told Britain BT Group that it can’t exercise a call option to terminate its agreements with the company.
Britain’s BT Group – formerly British Telecom – has terminated its relationship with Iqbal Survé’s Sekunjalo Group, ending its longstanding relationship with the firm.
Rob Shuter, the outgoing president and CEO of MTN Group, will join BT Group as CEO of the British company’s Enterprise unit and will become a member of BT’s executive committee.
Britain will let Huawei Technologies play a limited role in building the country’s next-generation mobile phone networks, denying a long-running attempt by the US to have the Chinese tech giant barred.
Amazon.com needs to shake off a patchy record in live sports when it brings the world’s richest soccer competition to millions of fans from Tuesday.
Jeremy Corbyn sent shockwaves through London’s financial district as he unveiled plans to nationalise the UK’s broadband network, providing free Internet access for every home in the country.
British telecommunications giant BT has confirmed it is removing Huawei equipment from key areas of its 4G network, as concerns continue to be raised about the Chinese firm’s presence in telecoms infrastructure.
The Public Investment Corp and African Equity and Empowerment Investment Group, Sekunjalo’s listed vehicle, value Ayo Technology Solutions at a healthy R14.8bn. The market values it at R11.3bn, which, while substantially
BT Group, the former phone monopoly under pressure to return to growth, is considering options for its UK fixed network after getting informal interest from private equity and infrastructure investors, according to
BT Group is proposing a £600 plan to bring faster Internet coverage to the rural UK, to be paid for by charges to other broadband users. The former phone monopoly’s Openreach wholesale division by 2020 would build