Sipho Maseko
1 Aug

Gauteng promises free Internet to township households

Through a partnership with Vumatel, the Department of e-Government is looking to connect citizens in identified townships.


Openserve prioritises network modernisation

The company migrates customers from legacy copper to new fibre and investigates ways to remodel its systems.

26 Jul

BCX restructuring gaining traction, says Telkom

The telecommunications company says its subsidiary is arresting declining financial performance and is now ‘stabilised’.

Jun 25, 2019

Telkom boss sells R10.8m worth of shares

Sipho Maseko disposes of 112 368 of his shares, banking over R10 million in the process.


How Telkom’s broadband business has evolved

Telkom’s strategy to move customers from legacy copper-based services to newer technology results in a boom for its mobile broadband business.

May 28, 2019

More job cuts at Telkom

Telkom’s financial results reveal the group cut over 2 000 jobs last year, at a cost of R728 million.

May 28, 2019

Telkom CEO asks for 'sensible' spectrum pathway

South Africa needs an enlightened spectrum allocation process which fosters competition in the mobile market, says Telkom group CEO Sipho Maseko.

May 27, 2019

Telkom pulls in 4.5m new subscribers

Telkom sees an 86% increase in its mobile subscribers and now has 9.7 million customers in SA.

Feb 22, 2019

Mabuza announces Telkom exit ahead of Zondo appearance

Jabu Mabuza is stepping down as Telkom chairman in May and will today testify at the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture in his capacity as Eskom chairperson.

Nov 14, 2018

Government shelves plans to sell Telkom stake

Telecoms minister Siyabonga Cwele reveals the administration's plans to offload part of its 39% Telkom shareholding have been put on ice indefinitely.

Nov 13, 2018

Mobile revenue boosts Telkom as BCX woes continue

The company's results have been buoyed by a 54% increase in mobile revenue, while its BCX subsidiary continues to struggle.

Nov 9, 2018

Roaming agreements take pressure off smaller telcos

Analysts say roaming agreements reduce the pressure on smaller operators to continue investing extensively in network infrastructure in order to compete with larger rivals.

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