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'Please Call Me' negotiations have begun

Discussions between Vodacom and former employee Kenneth Nkosana Makate begin, to determine how much money he will get paid for the idea.

Vodacom has confirmed it received a request from the litigation financier to withhold 50% of the 'Please Call Me' settlement.

Financial

Death knell sounds for Microsoft phones

Microsoft plans to shed almost 2 000 jobs and write down $950 million from its struggling phone business, just two years after it bought Nokia.

Telecoms

Telkom's head of strategy quits

Miriam Altman has left the telecoms operator but says the last three years have been "intense, challenging, rewarding".

Computing

Researchers teach robots to 'feel pain'

We round up trends from across the globe that had us scratching our heads.

Business

Uber SA will reassess price cuts next month

The e-hailing company will re-evaluate its 20% price drop in cities across SA on 6 June.

Business

Seedstars World kicks off in Cape Town

The top three start-ups will be pre-selected to compete with others from Durban and Soweto at the national final in Johannesburg.

Financial

Tellumat eyes key govt deals

The company aims to use the acquisition of a 51.1% stake by black-owned investment group Masimong Technologies to get new contracts.

Business

SNAPnSAVE reaches 130 000 users

The locally-developed couponing app reaches 130 000 users, nine months after launch.

Business

Former MTN CEO joins Gijima

Sifiso Dabengwa is joining Gijima as a non-executive director.



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