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Telkom has pulled the plug on a plan to sell the wireless division of its Nigerian subsidiary, Multi-Links, to Visafone for US$52m and will stop funding the operation with immediate effect. Liquidation may follow. The decision to

Telkom announced on Monday that it will offer a variety of converged voice and data packages to consumers under the name Telkom Mix in coming months. The first offering under Telkom Mix brand includes a BlackBerry Curve 8520 with

Telkom has grown the number of fixed-line broadband subscribers on its network by 16,1%. At the end of March, it had 751 625 asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) subscribers, up from 647 462 a year earlier. However, the company’s share of

Telecommunications operator Telkom has increased its full-year dividend by 16%, from 125c/share to 145c/share, despite turning in disappointing financial results in the 12 months to 31 March 2011. “The ordinary dividend has been calculated

SA’s fourth mobile network operator, 8ta, had 473 604 active subscribers on its books at the end of March 2011, its parent Telkom has disclosed. Of those, the vast majority — 440 775 — are prepaid subscribers. The company had 32 829 contract

SA fixed-line operator Telkom has finally dumped the troubled wireless segment of its Nigerian telecommunications provider Multi-Links. Visafone Communications will buy Multi-Links’s code division multiple access

Finally, Telkom has a new group CEO. After years of instability, the organisation should have a chance to get settled. It is steadiness at the helm that is paramount if it’s going to survive and perhaps even thrive in

A raging Highveld thunderstorm serves as the dramatic backdrop to this week’s episode of TalkCentral, the business technology podcast brought to you by the editors at TechCentral

Expanding broadband, especially in the consumer market, will be one of the key focus areas of newly appointed Telkom Group CEO Nombulelo “Pinky” Moholi, who takes the reins at the

Communications minister Roy Padayachie says Nombulelo “Pinky” Moholi, the new group CEO of Telkom, will bring “the required stability at the leadership level of the fixed line operator” and help turn the business around