MultiChoice South Africa will increase the prices of all its DStv bouquets with effect from 1 April 2021, the company’s chief operating officer, Simon Camerer, revealed in an interview with TechCentral on Thursday.
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Nyiko Shiburi has been appointed as CEO of MultiChoice South Africa, replacing Mark Rayner, as the pay-television group announces sweeping management changes.
Cell C is shaking up its approach to marketing and advertising. Comedian Trevor Noah, who had become synonymous with the brand, is out. In is a more “experiential and testimonial-style” approach to capturing market share. Cell C, which has just over 10% of the mobile market in SA, has released a new
Simon Camerer, the man who “appointed” comedian Trevor Noah as Cell C’s CEO (“chief experience officer”) and who led the makeover of the cellular operator’s brand, is set to take the top sales and marketing job at DStv operator MultiChoice on 1 February. Camerer resigned as Cell C’s marketing director at the end of last year after
Cell C marketing director Simon Camerer, the man behind the recent corporate rebranding at Cell C and the advertising campaigns that got rival Vodacom seeing red, is leaving the cellular operator at the end of the year after more than seven years in the position. He says he plans to take a break
Cell C will introduce new broadband products in the next few weeks and bring its long-running special offers, introduced a year ago, to an end. The company, which has rolled out 1 900 third-generation mobile broadband towers
Here they are. TechCentral’s top-five newsmakers of 2010. Our “Newsmakers of the Year” award is presented to individuals we believe had the biggest impact on SA’s technology sector in the past 12 months. For the most
Cell C is continuing to expand it national third-generation (3G) mobile network, announcing on Tuesday that it has launched high-speed Internet services in Mpumalanga capital Nelspruit. The operator, which is the first to deploy a wide-scale broadband