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Turkcell withdraws $4.2bn lawsuit against MTN

Turkish telecom company cites a recent US court ruling that has ‘hurt’ its case.


Vodacom ‘builds a dam’ in Joburg

One megalitre facility forms part of the mobile operator’s rainwater harvesting project.

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Cyril Ramaphosa retires as MTN director, chairman

Newly elected deputy president of South Africa’s ANC steps down from the operator’s board.


Telkom decision to pay competition fine ‘a positive sign’

Expert says disputes about the fine could have dragged on for years, costing time and money.


Cell C is a 'takeover target' for France Telecom-Orange

Analysts say South Africa's third largest mobile operator by subscribers could be acquired.


Sipho Maseko named as Telkom group CEO

Struggling telecommunications company announces top level appointment.


MTN acquires Cyprus partner

Move paves the way for mobile operator to bring its ownership interest to 100%.


Convergence strategy 'inevitable' for South Africa’s Telkom, say experts

A move by the firm to rebrand its mobile unit is the next step in it becoming a ‘unified player’.


Vodacom experiences drop in service revenues

Firm attributes fall to competition in SA and the sale of its Gateway Carrier Services.


South Africa's Telkom to cut jobs

Telecommunications company to offer ‘voluntary separation’ and ‘early retirement packages’.


Hoffmann dismisses MTN Iran corruption allegations

Allegations of corrupt dealings dismissed as "a fabric of lies, distortions".