South Africa will soon have a new free-to-air terrestrial television service offering five free channels to viewers, including a dedicated 24-hour sports channel.
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Liquid Telecom South Africa will embark on a retrenchment programme amid a major restructuring of the business, TechCentral can reveal.
Vodacom Group has announced a planned R17.5bn black economic empowerment deal with Royal Bafokeng Holdings, Thebe Investment Corporation and existing BEE shareholder YeboYethu that will take its BEE ownership to about
Liquid Telecom, the fast-growing pan-African telecommunications operator controlled by Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa, will spend billions of rand expanding newly acquired subsidiary Neotel’s data centres, wireless networks and fixed-line
Liquid Telecom, a unit of Econet Wireless Global, is considering a sale of shares on a stock market after completing the R6,5bn purchase of Neotel to create the largest broadband network in Africa. “A possible listing would be very likely,” CEO Nic Rudnick
Liquid Telecom’s R6,5bn acquisition of South African telecommunications operator Neotel is done. The parties finalised the deal on Friday morning. India’s Tata Communications, which controlled Neotel, along
New Neotel owners Liquid Telecom and Royal Bafokeng Holdings have moved quickly to rebrand the local telecommunications operator, ditching its trademark orange colour in favour of a blue
Liquid Telecom’s R6,5bn acquisition of Neotel is going ahead. Communications regulator Icasa on Thursday gave the deal the green light, approving the transfer of licences to Liquid, according to a well-placed source with knowledge
Fast-growing and privately held pan-African telecommunications group Liquid Telecom majority owned by Econet Global has agreed to acquire a controlling stake in Neotel for R6,55bn. The deal comes just months after Vodacom was forced
Vodacom is considering whether or not it should conclude another black economic empowerment deal, says newly appointed group CEO Shameel Joosub. However, no decisions are imminent. Joosub says Vodacom wants “harmonisation” between requirements set out in the Electronic Communications Act