Vodacom in limbo over Lesotho licence, hefty fine
The mobile operator awaits judgement regarding the country’s decision to impose a R40.2 million fine and to revoke its unified licence.
MTN ceases hostilities with Ghana regulator
The company says the decision to engage the regulator amicably out of the courts is in the interest of its customers.
Court grants Vodacom Lesotho a reprieve in licence battle
Vodacom scores a first round victory over the Lesotho Communications Authority, which is seeking to revoke the company's unified licence.
Vodacom clashes with Lesotho authorities, risks losing licence
The telco moves swiftly to challenge the cancellation of its unified licence in Lesotho, lodging an urgent court application to review the regulator’s decision.
Vodacom CEO details COVID-19 relief efforts in African ops
The company’s teams in countries across the continent are working hard to keep communities, businesses and governments connected, says Shameel Joosub.
Murder mystery haunts Vodacom in Lesotho
The telco reportedly falls out of favour with prime minister Thomas Thabane’s government after sharing his call records in a murder investigation.
Lesotho may introduce SIM card registrations
The regulator in Lesotho has commenced engagement with the sector on possible customer registration regulations.
M-Pesa aids HIV treatment in Lesotho
Vodacom Lesotho will help identify and treat HIV positive children and pregnant women using mobile technologies like mobile money.
Vodacom Lesotho boosts mobile money
The cellular operator partners with remittance company Mukuru to enable mobile money transfers to Lesotho.