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MTN’s heightened focus on SA may see the gap between the two top operators get smaller than it has been over the past 20 years.
 
MTN’s heightened focus on SA may see the gap between the two top operators get smaller than it has been over the past 20 years.
SA's mobile leader board gap to narrow

The two-horse race between MTN and Vodacom gets closer in what will ultimately mean a consumer win.

Signal jamming sub judice excuse a 'political ploy'

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has declined to answer questions around signal jamming during the SONA, saying the matter is sub judice.

The opposition party claims government is avoiding accountability by declining to answer questions around the SONA signal jamming saga.


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Telkom moves on outsourcing plans

The company moves on its oursourcing plans, identifying business partners - including WNS, Barloworld, Bidvest, ASAJE and Ingram Micro.

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Telkom moves from copper to wireless

The telco will soon replace its copper-based connection used for its fixed-line prepaid service with wireless technology.

Great Westerford Building fire is under control

Cape Town's "most connected building" this morning caught alight in a fire unrelated to others raging in the province.

MWeb unveils new FTTH packages

The Internet service provider has introduced its new fibre-to-the-home packages, in accordance with planned fibre line rollout by Telkom.

IBM buys AlchemyAPI to boost Watson

The purchase is designed to boost IBM's push into more human-like computing services, based around its Watson technology.

German automakers shift to high-end electric cars

The country's carmakers shift focus, in the latest effort to revive environmentally-friendly but unpopular zero-emission vehicles.

Former Oracle exec to head HP SA

Pieter Bensch has taken up the role, which was held by Frank van Rees for five years.

 

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German automakers shift to high-end electric cars
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