MTN Group says it has appointed Michael Fleischer to the position of group chief legal counsel, effective 1 February 2014. more
MTN Group says it will vigorously defend the Turkcell lawsuit, the Turkish operator‘s fifth claim arising from the unsuccessful bid to obtain a mobile licence in Iran. more
Turkish mobile phone company Turkcell has taken to a South African court with its $4.2 billion lawsuit against rival MTN Group, alleging it was the victim of corruption and bribery that caused it to lose a contract in Iran. more
MTN Group says it has noted reports that Turkish mobile phone operator Turkcell has re-filed its lawsuit against the local operator in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg. more
Turkcell has opened a lawsuit in South Africa against MTN Group seeking damages for losses that Turkcell said it had incurred. more
MTN has come under fire for its decision to appoint former CEO Phuthuma Nhleko as its new chairman more
MTN faces the prospect of squaring up against Turkcell over a $4.2 billion lawsuit in another jurisdiction. more
MTN has welcomed Turkcell’s withdrawal of its multi-billion dollar US lawsuit, claiming that the Turkish operators decision was expected. more
Turkish telecom company Turkcell has dropped its multibillion-dollar U.S. lawsuit against rival African mobile phone group, MTN Group. more
A Supreme Court ruling in the United States has cast doubt over whether a bribery lawsuit brought by Turkcell against MTN can go ahead. more
MTN could spend up to $8 billion on an acquisition, targeting the continent, the Middle East and Southeast Asia, said its CEO. more
A senior US Senator has called on the new Treasury secretary, Jack Lew, to “recognise” that mobile operator MTN has played a role in human rights abuses. more
With MTN largely cleared of any wrong-doing in a bribery case brought against it by Turkcell earlier this month, it should free the company to make further gains on the JSE. more
MTN has released the findings of the Lord Hoffmann committee it set up to review the allegations made by Turkcell in the legal case brought against MTN in the United States. more
The Hoffman committee set up by MTN to investigate Turkcell’s claims against it will reportedly present its findings to the MTN board in the next few months. more
Telkom will enter the content and media market, with an official announcement expected within weeks.
Gijima reported a 17% decline in revenue from continuing operations for the year ended June 2014, to R1.5 billion.
Telkom has announced that it will launch Long Term Evolution (LTE) in 50 suburbs, beginning December.
The 2014 MyBroadband conference kicked off at Gallagher Estate today, attracting over 2,000 delegates.
Even as BlackBerry pivots to focus more on software and services, the company that gained fame for its smartphones is not giving up on its handset business, two senior executives said.