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Vittorio Colao steps down as Vodafone CEO

Vodafone Group CEO Vittorio Colao is leaving after a decade of retreating from aggressive global growth in favour of the European market, handing the reins to company veteran Nick Read. Colao, 56, will depart from the

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Vodafone in €18bn Liberty Global deal

Vodacom parent Vodafone has agreed to buy German and Eastern European units from Liberty Global in an €18.4bn deal that shakes up the region’s TV and broadband market and signals a retreat by US billionaire

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Vodacom, Vodafone in global brand refresh

Gone is “Power to You”. In is “The Future is Exciting. Ready?”. Vodafone and its major subsidiary Vodacom, which owns operations across sub-Saharan Africa, on Thursday announced a global brand overhaul aimed at refreshing the group’s

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Vodafone CEO upbeat about SA ICT policy

Vodafone Group CEO Vittorio Colao is optimistic that a breakthrough is near regarding government’s controversial ICT policy white paper, saying a “hybrid” model proposed by local mobile operators, including Vodafone

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TalkCentral: Ep 173 – ‘The Skypes’

Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg are back for another episode of technology news and analysis. In this week’s show: how Samsung dealt with the Galaxy Note7 crisis. Also this week, Vodafone’s CEO, Vittorio Colao, is in town

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Telecoms deals back as CEOs head to Barcelona

Telecommunications executives from Vodafone Group to Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica are headed to the industry’s annual get-together in Barcelona next week with more on their minds than the latest handsets. Deals under consideration

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Neotel sale expected to pass regulatory muster

Telecommunications company Neotel expects regulators to approve the sale of its business to Econet-owned Liquid Telecom before the end of March 2017. India’s Tata Communications, which owns a controlling stake in Neotel, announced on Tuesday

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Red tape holds up telecoms shake-up

Regulators are taking extraordinarily long to weigh up a number of big deals, including Vodacom’s proposed acquisition of Neotel, while the industry waits on tenterhooks for news that could change the sector. A number of significant deals that could