Browsing: Sipho Maseko

Mobile a highlight in tough year for Telkom

Telkom had a tough 2018 financial year, with group revenue flat compared to 2017 and headline earnings per share sinking by 18.4%. Mobile services were a highlight, while pressure on the fixed-line business and IT services

Duncan McLeod
Telkom’s spectrum plan is a terrible idea

I must admit I’m a little surprised by Telkom’s call this week at a high-stakes government workshop for all unassigned broadband spectrum to be allocated to a single wholesale network provider. I’m surprised because Sipho Maseko

In defence of the Woan, by Sipho Maseko

South Africa must unlock the economic promise that information and communications technology presents, while also keeping communication affordable. The wireless open-access network proposed in the recent draft Electronic

SA’s big operators feel the pinch

South Africa’s big telecommunications operators are feeling the pinch of the tough economy, but financial results published in the past 10 days show Vodacom is weathering the storm better than its rival Telkom

Telkom under pressure in fixed broadband

The number of fixed-line broadband subscribers on Telkom’s infrastructure has dipped back below a million, falling 1.9% year on year to end-September 2017, as competitive pressure in the

Telkom shares plummet on government sale plans

Investors in Telkom gave its shares a dressing down on Tuesday in the wake of continued plans by the government to sell part of its shares in the fixed-line group to fund the bail out of cash-strapped South African

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