Cell C is the only telco to have more than 50% female employees, while only 31% of Telkom staff members are women.
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Mobile virtual network operator BokSel tries to tap into a gap in the market, aiming at customers looking for a network that speaks Afrikaans.
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ECN is a leading provider of voice and data solutions to SMEs. ECN aims to lower the costs associated with communications requirements by providing VOIP, hosted PBXes and converged voice and data offerings. By simplifying the telecommunications landscape, SMEs requires less infrastructure and have one port of call for support..Click here.