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Telcos lack female employees

Cell C is the only telco to have more than 50% female employees, while only 31% of Telkom staff members are women.

Women feature minimally in executive and top management roles at SA's telecoms operators.


MTN's Nigeria bill swells with ex-CEO pay-outs

A golden parachute for Sifiso Dabengwa adds R23 million to MTN's growing bill to fix mistakes made in Nigeria.


Data revenue a "key priority" for MTN

The telco saw overall data traffic increase by over 123% year-on-year while voice traffic only grew 12%.


MTN, Ericsson team up for LTE-U trial

The two companies have partnered to trial LTE-Unlicensed at MTN's channel store in Johannesburg.


ZTE SA, ZTE Mzanzi accused of collusion

The Competition Commission refers a complaint of alleged collusion between the companies to the Competition Tribunal.


Galaxy S7 a winner for Samsung

Robust Galaxy S7 sales signal Samsung has righted itself after two years of shrinking profit and market share losses.


Mall of Africa goes wireless

VAST Networks and Ruckus Wireless claim to have deployed the continent's largest mall WiFi installation at Mall of Africa.


FNB Connect racks up 200 000 subs

The bank's mobile offering has 200 000 active subscribers just shy of a year since launch.


SpaceX breaks Boeing-Lockheed monopoly

The US Air Force awards billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX an $83 million contract to launch a GPS satellite.


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