Reunert has reported an 8% drop in interim results ended March 2013, with the decline seen predominantly in the CBI-electric and Nashua segments. more
Vodacom says it is not desperate to extend its footprint in the face of a slowdown in its native market, South Africa, which contributes the bulk of its revenue. more
Vodacom has neither denied nor confirmed industry speculation that it is in discussions to buy Neotel. more
Yahoo has acquired Tumblr for $1.1 billion, making it one of the largest acquisitions in the social space. more
Vodacom expects data revenue to account for up to 30% of total revenue within the next three years, driven by its South African operations.
Vodacom on Monday reported a marginal 1.9% increase in service revenue for the year ended March 2013 to R59.33 billion. more
MTN has initiated an awareness campaign in Myanmar, boasting the company’s achievements and track record to fuel its bid for one of two telecommunication licenses in the country. more
Altron CEO, Robbie Venter regards his companies bid for a 100% stake in Altech as value-enhancing. more
The Witness newspaper has broken the mould of typical print media by putting a digital spin on its physical pages. more
Bungling at the telecommunications regulator over a R77.8 million bill means its now looking to save face, says a newspaper report. more
Consology says that simplicity and transparency offers networks and service providers’ strong opportunities to differentiate themselves. more
Forbes has listed the 12 biggest market disruptors of 2013, naming the men and women shaking up the computing, TV, financial and social media industries. more
New research has revealed the most common language used in tweets across the globe. more
Overtaking Apple Inc as the world’s leading maker of smartphones has stretched Samsung Electronics Co’s in-house supply lines, and the South Korean firm is now courting some of its rival’s main parts suppliers. more
Altron has made an offer to acquire the entire issued ordinary share capital of Altech for R47.50 per share.