Browsing: Business Connexion

Government is not doing enough to create the environment necessary to grow South Africa’s information and communications technology sector and can learn from what other African countries, including Kenya and Rwanda, are doing in this regard

Dimension Data has asked the Competition Tribunal to impose additional constraints on Telkom if the telecommunications operator is allowed to buy listed IT services company Business Connexion. But BCX

Communications regulator Icasa has asked for written submissions over the proposed acquisition of iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions by MultiSource, a company that enjoys the backing of former banking executives Michael Jordaan

Telkom is one step closer to completing its takeover of Business Connexion with news that the competition tribunal has set aside 30 July to 7 August for its hearing on the matter. Telkom has

Telkom’s fixed-line voice revenue has plummeted in the past year, falling by more than 13,4%, or almost R1,1bn. In its financial year to 31 March 2015, Telkom reported fixed-line voice usage revenue of less than R6,9bn, down from R7,9bn a year ago

Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub said the telecommunications operator’s proposed R7bn acquisition of Neotel should have no conditions attached to it as it is “stepping up to the plate” to be South

It’s a case of second time lucky for Telkom and Business Connexion (BCX). The Competition Commission announced on Thursday that it has recommended to the Competition Tribunal that the

They make millions every year. But Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko and Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub have agreed to spend a winter’s night on the cold streets of Johannesburg – and will even stump up a large amount

Business Connexion, the IT services group currently the subject of a R2,7bn takeover by Telkom, has turned in a robust performance in the six months ended 28 February 2015, with diluted headline earning per share rising by 23,6% on the back of a 16%

Telkom “trusts” that the Financial Services Board and the JSE will “respond as necessary” in the wake of an allegation by Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille on Tuesday that “those on the inside track” about government’s plan to name the company as its “lead