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4:20
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MTN Eswatini cuts data prices as kingdom adopts MoMo

The mobile operator has reduced postpaid data bundles by 70%, while its prepaid package has been reduced by 32%.

2:30
10 Sep

MTN releases relief funds to thousands of employees

The telco disburses COVID-19 relief funds to assist thousands of its staff who have been impacted by the effects of the virus.

5:40

COVID-19 drives African states into cashless societies

Cash may have traditionally been king, but the coronavirus pandemic is contributing to a faster pace of mobile money adoption across the continent.

2:10

MTN accepts Ghana High Court ruling on dominant market status

The company acknowledges the duty and powers of the regulators to promote fair competition among licensed operators.

1:50

execMobile’s dual network coverage in SA and price decreases across zones

execMobile offers a local SIM with coverage on both Vodacom and MTN networks, which automatically steers to the best available network.

4:50

SA operators crack down on mobile fraud amid COVID-19 crisis

Local telcos tighten their mobile security efforts, after being accused of falling behind in fighting a new wave of fraud during the COVID-19 crisis.

1:30
1 Sep

T-Systems SA MD Molefe joins MTN SA as finance chief

Outgoing T-Systems managing director Dineo Molefe has been credited for steadying the Deutsche Telekom subsidiary since 2018.

2:30
1 Sep

MTN makes key board changes at group level

The telco appoints Sugentharan Perumal as the group’s acting chief financial officer, replacing Ralph Mupita, who today begins his journey as the new CEO.

2:10

Wits University extends data offer to international students

Students living in Lesotho will receive 30GB of data, while students in Zimbabwe and Eswatini will receive 10GB of data.

3:30
Aug 19, 2020

MTN appoints Ralph Mupita as CEO to replace Shuter

Ralph Mupita, currently MTN’s group CFO, assumes duty next month, taking over from Rob Shuter, who will be heading to UK’s BT Group next year.

4:20
Aug 17, 2020

Ericsson zeroes in on SA’s promising 5G market

The Swedish company sees a lot of opportunity in the country's 5G market, as operators wait for ICASA to make high-demand spectrum available.

3:10
Aug 14, 2020

Vodacom base stations under siege in Soweto

The company appeals to Soweto residents to report incidents of battery theft and site vandalism, as the situation has become severe.

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