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Britain’s BT Group, through its BT Global Services arm, is set to ramp up investment in sub-Saharan Africa, expanding into markets in West and East Africa as it seeks to tap into growth opportunities in the business

BT Group should be permitted to retain ownership of the UK’s main broadband network, but it needs to give rivals better access to it, regulator Ofcom said. Ofcom called on BT, the UK’s former telecommunications monopoly

BT Group – formerly British Telecom – is using its control of the UK’s main broadband network to favour its own interests and regulators should consider a breakup unless the company steps up investment and gives rivals better

Telkom is planning to spin off its large wholesale services division as a separate business, with its own brand identity, in a move that promises to shake up fixed-line telecommunications in South Africa. Though the company isn’t giving away too much yet – a detailed announcement

As the UK’s telecommunications regulator Ofcom embarks on its next strategic review of the market, incumbent fixed-line operator BT – Britain’s equivalent of Telkom – has called for it to be allowed to close

Sipho Maseko is one brave CEO. The Telkom boss is about to take on powerful trade unions in a move to restructure the telecommunications operator’s business so that it can compete effectively in

A dramatic restructuring of Telkom’s business is on the cards, company executives made clear on Monday. The changes, to be implemented over no more than five years, will lead to fundamental

Telkom surprised the telecommunications industry last week, announcing sweeping price cuts to its wholesale broadband services that should lead to real reductions in retail fixed-line Internet prices. The cuts – which are said to go well beyond what

There have frequently been calls for BT, the former telecoms monopoly, to be broken up. Now, with the company having emerged as the buyer of mobile phone network EE, complaints about BT’s power – which have never gone away – have grown louder. But other than

UK’s telephone companies have yet again announced inflation-busting increases in telephone line rental charges. Why, in a world that is increasingly mobile-first – or even mobile-only – are we still paying so much for landlines? The latest figures from UK telecoms regulator Ofcom show that around 16% of