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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.


Jasco appoints channel sales manager

The company names Mark Stephens as channel sales manager for Jasco Enterprise.


Makro targets wholesales online

The retailer will soon offer wholesalers a virtual store, just like its consumer-oriented online offering.


StarSat pulls plug on porn channels

The pay-TV operator terminates the broadcast of its adult channels while awaiting further legal advice.


Space Age gears up for growth

The company restructures its top-level management in preparation for growth and new services delivery.


#Hack Jozi challenge finalists named

Entrepreneurs with digital solutions to some of the city's problems will compete for R5 million in backing.


Cognition will grow skills base

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

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