Many South African technology companies are allowing their employees to work from home and encouraging them to make use of technology to avoid face-to-face meetings with colleagues and clients.
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Rob Shuter’s announcement that he will not seek to extend his contract as MTN Group CEO a year before it ends will allow the board enough time to pick a suitable candidate.
All eyes are on MTN South Africa and Telkom, which have failed to reach an agreement with the Competition Commission to lower data prices within the specified deadline.
Police have arrested five suspects belonging to one of South Africa’s largest battery theft syndicates, mobile operator Vodacom said on Thursday.
Though there is “significant doubt” over Cell C’s ability to continue as a going concern, the mobile operator’s biggest shareholder, Blue Label Telecoms, said on Friday that “management believes it is more likely than not” that the company will survive.
MTN South Africa said on Tuesday that it’s some making progress in fighting the scourge of cellphone tower battery theft, though the problem is far from being overcome.
Earnings are up, margins are stabilising and there is a ruthless approach to cutting additional costs out of the business. A recharged Cell C is being built that creates value for its stakeholders.
Vodacom’s agreement with Liquid Telecom to roll out a national 5G network using the latter’s spectrum will entrench the dominance of the country’s biggest mobile operator, Telkom warned has warned.