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Neotel chief corporate services officer Tracy Cohen has resigned. News of her resignation comes on the same day that Vodacom announced that it was in talks with Neotel and its shareholders – led by India’s Tata Communications – about a “revised transaction

Neotel has written to the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) asking for clarity on possible delays to the process of unbundling Telkom’s local loop. This comes after Icasa agreed not to publish the draft regulations on local-loop unbundling (LLU) so that recently appointed communications

The information and communications technology (ICT) policy review panel appointed in November by communications minister Dina Pule met last Thursday and Friday in Pretoria to map out its work, divide up responsibilities and to design an approach to tackling the review process. The panel

Former Vodacom CEO Pieter Uys is among 22 people who have been appointed by communications minister Dina Pule to advise her department as it prepares to overhaul the legislation that governs South Africa’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector. Other well-known people

Last Friday, the Independent Communications Authority of SA’s (Icasa’s) complaints and compliance committee brought Neotel a step closer to gaining access to rival Telkom’s network into homes and businesses. But with the unbundling process underway, albeit belatedly, is it worth continuing the fight?

The department of communications is moving to wrest control over management of SA’s scarce radio frequency spectrum from industry regulator, the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa), a reading of the Electronic Communications

Neotel’s been getting a lot of bad press lately. Financial losses are mounting and retrenchments are looming. But it’s too soon to write the company off. If it acts tactically now, it could still be a force to be reckoned with in SA telecommunications

Neotel’s access to prime spectrum in the radio frequency band used for analogue terrestrial television broadcasts could give it a strategic advantage over its rivals. This is as the world begins moving to the next generation