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Cell C will invest the R3.3 billion it just raised via bonds in its network and its cash requirements.
Cell C will invest the R3.3 billion it just raised via bonds in its network and its cash requirements.
Cell C in debt 'hole'

The cellular operator's latest bond raising – putting total outstanding euro bonds at R5.5 billion – makes a buyout look increasingly likely.

OpenWeb debuts mobile static IP packages

OpenWeb's mobile static IP product has a three-tier failover solution, backed by Seacom, WACS and SAT3.

Businesses can use the static IP addresses over mobile for applications like VOIP, CCTV and VPN.

TeleMasters reports lower quarterly revenue

TeleMasters says the industry remains extremely competitive, with constant pricing changes among suppliers and competitors.

TeleMasters has reported lower earnings for the nine months to March, and says the industry remains extremely competitive.

Cisco study: SA Internet user numbers to surge

South African Internet users are expected to grow to 27 million in 2019, from 15 million in 2004.

The Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecasts 2015 sees mobile video traffic growing at a compound annual growth rate of 73% in SA.

MTN lays charges against store attackers

The CWU says it is not liable for acts of violence away from the picket line.

Police are studying the security video footage of an attack on MTN employees at a Midrand retail outlet.

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Flagship phone shootout

LG's latest handset is cheaper on contract than paying cash up-front, but Apple still wins in this space.

Facebook opens office in Joburg

Facebook says its first office in Africa, located in Johannesburg, will support the significant growth in businesses and people using Facebook on the continent.

MTN appoints non-executive director

Dr Shaygan Kheradpir has been appointed as an independent non-executive director at mobile operator MTN.

DTPS investigation still hazy

Questions linger around Special Investigating Unit probes into irregular tender activity at the telecoms department.

Engagement photos go viral

The hunt is on, via a Facebook search, for a couple who got engaged in Paris.

SA e-commerce 'in infancy'

Local ISP SA Gateway outlines some of the practical reasons e-commerce numbers in SA are 'not even close' to other countries.

Western Cape grows BPO base

The business process outsourcing sector adds 4 400 jobs in the last financial year.

Tune in to Apple Music tomorrow

The tech giant will go live with its subscription-based music streaming service and radio station at 5pm South African time.



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