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Cell C could be a great buy for Telkom

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    Cell C, ‘the champion of the consumer’ could soon have a new owner - a “potential” buyer has already advised investors of ongoing talks for the purchase...

Banks missing African mobile opportunity

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  Telcos dominate the mobile payments industry across Africa. Banks need to move out of catch-up mode. By Ria Pinto, Director, Financial Services Sector, IBM Africa...

GreatSoft has its head in the cloud

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GreatSoft is the first company in Africa to provide fully integrated cloud-based practice management software solutions to accounting practices and firms.

Is Big Data suitable for Small Enterprises?

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  By Yudhvir Seetharam, head of analytics at FNB Business   Starting and continuing to run a successful business has always been a difficult task for any entrepreneur....

MTN SA’s revenue falls 1.4% on strike action

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  By Gugu Lourie MTN South Africa, the country’s second biggest mobile phone operator, said the business continues to show encouraging growth in service revenue, driven...

Telkom must unleash its potent weapons

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Sipho Maseko might not be a favourite among  trade unions, especially because he is unwavering when it comes to right-sizing  – but the Telkom...

Is your payment gateway service provider’s brand helping or hurting sales?

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  By Brendon Williamson, GM of PayGate The local e-commerce landscape is becoming an increasingly cutthroat and competitive space. According to a recent survey released by advisory...

South Africans still love Vodacom

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  By Gugu Lourie Vodacom, is South Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator, and is an indicator of how the sector is performing in the country. Vodacom...

ZAR X plans to be SA’s second stock exchange

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By Gugu Lourie ZAR X, a newly formed company, is keen to set-up a stock exchange in South Africa that will compete with the current...

Telkom says court order is ‘temporary delay” to restructuring

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By Gugu Lourie Telkom said on Wednesday that the interim order granted by the Labour Court in Johannesburg to stop retrenchments is a "temporary delay"...