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'Please Call Me' inventor agrees to Vodacom gag order
'Please Call Me' inventor agrees to Vodacom gag order
An out-of-court agreement has been reached between 'Please Call Me' inventor Nkosana Makate and Vodacom, after the cellular company went to court...
NHI could lead to mass doctor exodus and Habib is at the centre of a funding scandal
NHI could lead to mass doctor exodus and Habib is at the centre of a funding scandal
Johannesburg and Mamelodi in Tshwane saw two completely different sides of taxi drivers yesterday. Drivers in one city showed their disdain for the...
ANC at war with itself, and Caster fights back
ANC at war with itself, and Caster fights back
Party calls off regional conferences amid complaints about irregularities and one faction is in court to force Ramaphosa to disband Eastern Cape...
Sassa employee strike is off ― for now, and Kebby Maphatsoe could be on the way out
Sassa employee strike is off ― for now, and Kebby Maphatsoe could be on the way out
Battling to pay salaries, the ailing Gauteng health department has a startling R600-million still in its kitty. Now, the South African Medical...
SA smartphones hammered as sales decline after festive season
SA smartphones hammered as sales decline after festive season
South Africa's mobile market has taken a hit as smartphone sales decline after the festive shopping season, says an industry tracker.
M-Pesa ushers in a new wave of banking infrastructure in Africa
M-Pesa ushers in a new wave of banking infrastructure in Africa
Africa is the fastest-growing banking market by population size, and is a cornerstone of market growth for companies able to tap into its...
Cell C aims for big customer growth with MTN deal
Cell C aims for big customer growth with MTN deal
Mobile operator Cell C is aiming to give its customers a network speed boost with an MTN roaming agreement deal.
Icasa regulations fail to deliver
Icasa regulations fail to deliver
What first appeared to be a grand stand against excessive charges by mobile networks, the amended regulations gazetted by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) are instead a damp squib....
Nine and a half weeks in Vodahell
Nine and a half weeks in Vodahell
THE FIFTH COLUMN
State agency lied to spy on reporter
State agency lied to spy on reporter
An official of the Rail Safety Regulator (RSR) obtained a journalist’s private cellphone records after she investigated the organisation’s...
Vodacom stock down as Competition Commission launches investigation.
Vodacom stock down as Competition Commission launches investigation.
The Competition Commission said on Wednesday it has started an investigation into cellphone giant Vodacom for "abuse of dominance".

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