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Telkom could list separate unit on the stock market – report

Telkom could list separate unit on the stock market – report

Telkom plans to break out its real estate assets and telecommunications towers into a new unit listed separately on the stock market, reported Bloomberg.

Telecommunications - By MyBroadband | 27 March, 2017
Stepdaughter of Eskom boss scores R1 billion in contracts – report

Stepdaughter of Eskom boss scores R1 billion in contracts – report

The stepdaughter of current Eskom boss, Matshela Koko, was handed contracts for her company worth R1 billion from the state energy firm, according to a report in the Sunday Times.

Energy - By MyBroadband | 26 March, 2017
Local government wants even more taxes: report

Local government wants even more taxes: report

The South African Local Government Association (Salga) has stated that it is time for “the third tier of government” to participate in the tax regime.

Business - By MyBroadband | 19 March, 2017
UberEATS expanding to Centurion and Pretoria and other cities in SA

UberEATS expanding to Centurion and Pretoria and other cities in SA

The UberEATS meal delivery service has been a great success in South Africa, said Uber.

Lifestyle - By MyBroadband | 15 March, 2017
New MVNO Lycamobile launches on Cell C

New MVNO Lycamobile launches on Cell C

Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos announced they have signed a mobile virtual network operator agreement with Lycamobile.

General - By MyBroadband | 14 March, 2017
SA data centre company raises R1.2 billion for expansion

SA data centre company raises R1.2 billion for expansion

Teraco has raised a medium-term funding facility from Absa amounting to R1.2 billion.

Finance, IT Services - By MyBroadband | 14 March, 2017
‘Cheap’ MTN a potential takeover target

‘Cheap’ MTN a potential takeover target

The Sunday Times reported that investment bankers are looking at MTN as a potential takeover target.

Mobile - By MyBroadband | 5 March, 2017
Discovery given go ahead to open local bank in 2018

Discovery given go ahead to open local bank in 2018

Discovery has received authorisation from the Registrar of Banks to establish banking operations in South Africa, and is on track to launch its banking products next year.

Banking - By MyBroadband | 2 March, 2017
MTN reveals Smart Village acquisition price

MTN reveals Smart Village acquisition price

MTN acquired Smart Village for a cash consideration of R220 million and a deferred consideration of R12 million.

Mobile - By MyBroadband | 2 March, 2017
Millions of Gauteng traffic fines scrapped

Millions of Gauteng traffic fines scrapped

The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that millions of traffic fines issued since 2008 must be scrapped.

General - By MyBroadband | 27 February, 2017
Cell C’s BEE partner wants to scrap R5.5 billion Blue Label deal: report

Cell C’s BEE partner wants to scrap R5.5 billion Blue Label deal: report

Cell C’s black equity partner CellSAF has reportedly threatened to prevent the network operator’s deal with Blue Label Telecoms from going through.

Mobile - By MyBroadband | 27 February, 2017
Telkom eyes Cell C purchase valued at R13 billion – report

Telkom eyes Cell C purchase valued at R13 billion – report

Bloomberg has reported that Telkom is considering a bid of $1 billion (around R13 billion) for Cell C, citing three people familiar with the matter.

Mobile - By MyBroadband | 22 February, 2017
DStv is hiking its prices for 2017

DStv is hiking its prices for 2017

MultiChoice has announced that DStv price hikes will kick in on 1 April 2017.

Media - By MyBroadband | 17 February, 2017
South African internet TV service ShowMax launches in Europe

South African internet TV service ShowMax launches in Europe

ShowMax, an online subscription video on demand (SVOD) service has expanded its service to Europe, with the company launching in Poland.

Media - By MyBroadband | 15 February, 2017
Zuma’s broken promises from SONA 2016

Zuma’s broken promises from SONA 2016

The DA has published a list of promises which President Jacob Zuma made in his State of the Nation Address (SONA) in 2016 which have not been fulfilled.

Government - By MyBroadband | 9 February, 2017
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