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Sep 07, 2012
The image of corporate South African has taken a beating since the tragic events of Marikana. Equally, South Africa’s reputation as a beacon of hope and a potential investment destination, or gateway to Africa, has been knocked. Without question, South African...
Aug 31, 2012
In the last five years, Johannesburg-based natural gas reticulator Egoli Gas has signed several ongoing multimillion-rand contracts with businesses wanting to implement alternative energy solutions. The company has implemented solutions for the Charlotte Maxeke...
Aug 31, 2012
Telecommunications group MTN's Fairlands trigeneration project has inspired the implementation of similar projects at other MTN branches, including its offices in Centurion, Germiston and Doornfontein, says carbon advisory firm Promethium Carbon advisor Katie Ross....
Aug 17, 2012
Supply chain and logistics service provider Cargo Carriers’ technology division has, in partnership with telecommunications provider MTN and multichannel automotive remarketing company eFleet, introduced an integrated handheld electronic service, the ePod, into the...
Aug 08, 2012
Aug 01, 2012
Telecommunications group MTN has entered into a commercial agreement to sell carbon credits from its new trigeneration plant to electricity utility company EDF Trading, a wholly owned subsidiary of Electricité de France SA. The R22-million energy efficient,...
Jul 09, 2012
Black economic-empowerment (BEE) business leaders who succeeded in the past predominantly through political clout, rather than entrepreneurial initiative, were no longer regarded as iconic, a new study by the Reputation Institute South Africa has found. The survey,...
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Jun 07, 2012
JSE-listed group MTN’s former CEO, Phuthuma Nhleko, reaffirmed on Wednesday evening that no bribes were approved or paid under his watch to secure a mobile licence in Iran. His response comes as reports surfaced that the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation,...
Jun 05, 2012
The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), also known as the Hawks, has launched a formal investigation into allegations that JSE-listed MTN had engaged in corrupt conduct to obtain a mobile licence in Iran. “We have considered the allegations and...
May 30, 2012
Local open-access dark fibre infrastructure provider Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) said on Tuesday it was investing in a R72-million fibre infrastructure project, in the Eastern Cape. Over 100 km of fibre was being laid in the region that included Mthatha and East London.
May 29, 2012
The investigation into Turkish mobile operator Turkcell’s claims that JSE-listed MTN won a mobile licence in Iran by bribing officials of both governments, was well under way, MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa said on Tuesday. He added that the committee, headed up by British...
May 21, 2012
MTN, Vodacom, Deloitte, Eaton, Powertech among global giants at utility expo, Eskom CEO Brian Dames will welcome more than 5000 power and utility professionals from more than 60 countries to the annual African Utility Week conference and exhibition at Nasrec Expo...
May 21, 2012
MTN, Vodacom, Deloitte, Eaton, Powertech among global giants at utility expo
Apr 16, 2012
Open access fibre infrastructure provider Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) has invested over R75-million to develop fibre infrastructure in and around the Benoni metropolitan area, it announced on Monday. The company, which has an expenditure plan of R3.5-billion...
Apr 13, 2012
“We have come full circle, in a way," says African Utility Week (AUW) director Claire Volkwyn.
Apr 12, 2012
Mobile operator Turkcell’s loss of a cellular licence in Iran was a consequence of the telecommunications group’s failure to meet the conditions set out by the Iranian government, MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa said on Thursday. Turkcell has filed a suit in the US against...
Apr 06, 2012
Laser screed machine technology has contributed to flooring technology firm Concrete Laser Flooring’s (CLF’s) success in laying consistently flat flooring for distribution centres, high-rack warehouses and storage depots.
 
 
 
 
Apr 03, 2012
Telecommunications group MTN appointed Themba Khumalo as group operations executive as part of its organisational restructuring. In March, MTN announced changes to its organisational model in efforts to improve organisational effectiveness.
Apr 02, 2012
Former MTN CEO Phuthuma Nhleko on Monday denied allegations of unlawful and corrupt behaviour, saying no bribes were authorised under his watch to secure a mobile operating licence in Iran. Nhleko, who stepped down as CEO in March 2011 after ten years at the...
Mar 13, 2012
Telecommunications group MTN has objected to the use of the Universal Service and Access Fund to subsidise the five-million set-top boxes (STB) required for digital terrestrial television (DTT). In a submission to the Independent Communications Authority of South...
Mar 12, 2012
Telecommunications group MTN on Monday criticised telecoms group Turkcell’s refusal to cooperate with an independent investigation set up by MTN. The investigation, headed up by British supreme-court judge Lord Leonard Hoffmann, would look into allegations by...
Mar 07, 2012
Telecoms group MTN would spend R24.4-billion on key infrastructure projects to support voice quality, capacity and data growth during 2012, it said on Wednesday. Nigeria would be allocated the largest portion of the capital expenditure (capex) at R13.6-billion over...
Nov 25, 2011
In the last five years, Johannesburg-based natural gas reticulator Egoli Gas has signed several ongoing multimillion-rand contracts with businesses wanting to implement alternative energy solutions. The company has implemented solutions for the Charlotte Maxeke...
 
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