Telkom Group CEO Sipho Maseko has sold more than 112 000 shares in the telecommunications operator, bagging R10.8-million in the process.
Browsing: Cell C
While state-owned enterprises such as Eskom, SAA and the SABC continue to make headlines for all the wrong reasons, one (partially) state-owned company is doing quite well, thank you very much. By Duncan McLeod.
Cell C and the government of the Free State have signed an agreement to roll out public-access Wi-Fi across the central South African province.
South Africans are not satisfied with their mobile network providers, particularly the biggest provider, Vodacom.
The ham-fisted way in which Vodacom implemented Icasa’s data regulations damaged the operator’s reputation and drove consumers to threatening to quit the network, according to new research.
Cell C has partnered with Facebook to roll out public-access Wi-Fi hotspots in South Africa, and has taken the first few live at the University of the Western Cape.
Blue Label Telecoms is considering offers for potential new investment in Cell C after posting a first-half loss partly caused by its interest in South Africa’s third-largest mobile phone company.