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Vodacom's 'desperate' price hike riles consumers

Consumers curse Vodacom following a sudden about-turn in the mobile price war, which is turning out to be unsustainable.

Vodacom's latest price hike indicates it sees dark days ahead in terms of profit.


Vodacom's African struggle continues

The operator is still on the hunt for acquisitions in Africa, although prospects are limited.


SA Connect is doomed to fail

The connectivity project lacks funding, clarity on Telkom's role, and a definitive implementation plan from government.


Cognition will grow skills base

The company wants to add to its analytical abilities as it pursues a 'knowledge economy' strategy.


Google to pay new CFO $70m

The Internet search giant will pay new CFO Ruth Porat more than $70 million in the next two years.


Apple CEO to give away all his money

Tim Cook reportedly plans to donate his estimated $785 million fortune to charity.


Amazon to buy Net-a-Porter

The purchase of the online luxury retailer could be the biggest acquisition yet for the e-commerce giant.


SITA spends R1bn on 'learning curve'

The State IT Agency's R1.3 billion investment in the failed integrated financial management system is a waste of resources.


Deloitte highlights eight analytical trends

The company cites the top eight shifts in analytics that it says need to be watched.

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