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Jun 07, 2012

Second Take: Cabinet rejects Telkom/KT deal

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Creamer Media's Mariaan Webb speaks to Engineering News online writer Natasha Odendaal about Cabinet's decision not to support the Telkom/KT Corp transaction.
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Creamer Media's Mariaan Webb speaks to Engineering News online writer Natasha Odendaal about Cabinet's decision not to support the Telkom/KT Corp transaction.

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