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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
Guptas hone in on new R20 million newspaper deal: report

Guptas hone in on new R20 million newspaper deal: report

The Gupta family has plans for a new daily newspaper which will provide “prominent coverage” of Mpumalanga premier David Mabuza’s provincial government – funded by taxpayers, Sunday Times reports.

Media - By MyBroadband | 5 February, 2017
Motsoeneng cleared over alleged fraudulent housing scheme

Motsoeneng cleared over alleged fraudulent housing scheme

SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Fikile Mbalula’s wife, Nozuko, no longer face legal action over millions which were paid to them in an alleged fraudulent housing scheme run by the Free State government.

Government - By MyBroadband | 29 January, 2017
New items added to South Africa’s inflation basket

New items added to South Africa’s inflation basket

Statistics South Africa has announced changes to the way it calculates the country’s consumer price index (CPI).

Finance - By MyBroadband | 27 January, 2017
Vodacom eyes sale of a R15-billion stake in the company – report

Vodacom eyes sale of a R15-billion stake in the company – report

Vodacom is considering the sale of a R15-billion stake in the company to boost “black participation in the economy”, according to a report by Bloomberg.

Mobile - By MyBroadband | 26 January, 2017
Owners claim Ford Kuga models not in the recall are also catching fire

Owners claim Ford Kuga models not in the recall are also catching fire

Ford cars not part of the recent Ford Kuga 1.6-litre safety recall have also caught fire recently, according to their owners.

Motoring - By MyBroadband | 19 January, 2017
Facebook access is now free on Vodacom Siyakha

Facebook access is now free on Vodacom Siyakha

Vodacom has launched Facebook Flex, the “first of many products to launch under the Vodacom Siyakha platform”.

General - By MyBroadband | 17 January, 2017
Ford Kuga set to be recalled in South Africa

Ford Kuga set to be recalled in South Africa

Ford will recall certain Kuga models in South Africa, according to a report by eNCA.

Motoring - By MyBroadband | 16 January, 2017
FNB Connect is experiencing downtime

FNB Connect is experiencing downtime

FNB has acknowledged intermittent issues which are impacting its Connect service.

Technology - By MyBroadband | 11 January, 2017
Terrifying photos of Somerset West wildfires

Terrifying photos of Somerset West wildfires

Several areas of Somerset West have been evacuated after wildfires damaged homes in the area.

Lifestyle - By MyBroadband | 4 January, 2017
Half of 2016’s matric subjects will have their marks adjusted upwards

Half of 2016’s matric subjects will have their marks adjusted upwards

28 of the 58 National Senior Certificate subjects written by the matric class of 2016 will have their marks adjusted upwards, assurance body Umalusi announced recently.

Government - By MyBroadband | 2 January, 2017
Hlaudi used spies and dirty tricks to purge his enemies at the SABC: report

Hlaudi used spies and dirty tricks to purge his enemies at the SABC: report

While he was COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng secretly used the State Security Agency (SSA) to gain leverage on his enemies at the SABC, the Sunday Times reported.

Media - By MyBroadband | 23 December, 2016
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