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MTN SA to spend R12bn to improve network

The telecoms operator has had a tumultuous year and plans to up investment in its network as a strategy to emerge from the downturn.

This year was probably one of the toughest years for MTN, says CEO Mteto Nyati.


DRC SIM disconnections cost Vodacom millions

Forced disconnection of unregistered SIM cards results in around R4.7 million a month in lost revenue.


Revenue of sharing economy platforms set to treble

Their expansion into emerging markets and their growth in established regions will see revenue surge from $6.4 billion in 2015 to $20.4 billion by 2020.


Facebook back-pedals amid fat-shaming complaints

The social network has apologised for rejecting an ad featuring a plus-size model.


MTN Business sets future goals

The company aims to grow a robust partnership programme and become the preferred service provider to its enterprise customers.


Datacentrix scoops Riverbed awards

The company won Riverbed Technology Technical Person of the Year, Technical Partner of the Year and overall Partner of the Year 2015 for SA.


Xiaomi gets into drone business

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is set to launch its own drone this week.


USAASA welcomes its new CEO

The Universal Services and Access Agency of SA has appointed Lumko Caesario Mtimde to the helm.


Orange extends sales operations to Nigeria

Orange Business Services is reaffirming its commitment to support enterprises in Africa with the expansion of its Lagos, Nigeria presence.


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