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The South African retail banking sector is characterised by high barriers to entry. The sector is concentrated, with four of the largest banks – Standard Bank, Absa, First National Bank and Nedbank – accounting for more than 80% of retail

Telkom has agreed to pay a R200m penalty, to functionally separate its retail and wholesale divisions, to adhere to pricing commitments for the next five years, and to allow its future conduct to be monitored. This all forms part of a settlement with the Competition Commission over anticompetitive abuses

Naspers-controlled pay-TV operator MultiChoice, which owns DStv and SuperSport, may soon face a probe by South Africa’s competition authorities after rival On Digital Media (ODM), which owns TopTV, accused it of anticompetitive abuses. TechCentral can reveal exclusively

Telkom and the Competition Commission have dropped their separate applications to the competition appeal court related to last year’s decision by the Competition Tribunal to hand down a R449m fine on the telecommunications operator for past anticompetitive abuses. Competition Commission

Two deputy commissioners have been appointed to serve six month terms on the Competition Commission, the economic development department said on Monday. “The two new deputy commissioners are advocate Oliver Josie and Ms Trudi Makhaya,” it said in a statement. Both of them