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Jul 29, 2003
South African transport utility Transnet has invited submissions of proposal for the role of transaction advisor in the restructuring of its road-freight division, Freightdynamics.
Jul 21, 2003
South Africa's MTN said on Friday a trust had been set up to hold shares in Newshelf, for the benefit of employees – another step in the mobile operator's black economic empowerment moves.
Jul 01, 2003
South Africa took another step towards creating a competitor for fixed-line operator Telkom yesterday, as regulator Icasa kicked off a review of shortlisted bids, aiming to recommend one by mid-August.
Jun 20, 2003
Last month Credit Agricole Indosuez donated one of its buildings to the CIDA City Campus, a virtually free tertiary education facility for people from previously disadvantaged backgrounds.
Jun 20, 2003
South African mobile phone operator MTN reported yesterday its full-year earnings rose by 97% and said it was confident of satisfactory future earnings growth if current market conditions persist.
Jun 18, 2003
South African phone utility Telkom is expected to report a small drop in annual earnings this month due to a stronger rand, while cell phone operator MTN's 2003 profit is seen nearly doubling.
Jun 13, 2003
Developing telecommunications infrastructure on the African continent continues to be a major source of revenue for many South African companies.
Jun 04, 2003
The Ugandan High Commissioner to South Africa, Joseph Tumasange, yesterday outlined various investment incentives designed to attract potential investors, including investors from South Africa.
Apr 11, 2003
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Feb 19, 2003
South African mobile phone group MTN said yesterday it had ended talks on a possible deal involving its assets outside its home base.
Feb 17, 2003
South African companies are slowly becoming aware that organisations are not just being judged on their economic performance.
Feb 14, 2003
South Africa is likely to come close its target of earning R12-billion ($1,44-billion) from the sale of State assets this fiscal year, thanks mainly to the Telkom listing, a senior official said yesterday.
Feb 14, 2003
South African companies are slowly becoming aware that organisations are not just being judged on their economic performance.
Jan 29, 2003
South Africa's telecoms regulator said it would announce on Wednesday its recommendation on which bid, if any, the government should accept for a stake in a new fixed-line operator to rival state-run utility Telkom.
Jan 16, 2003
South Africa's number two cellphone operator MTN said on yesterday the sale of an 18,7% stake in the company, by the State to an unlisted buyer, would not adversely affect its business.
Dec 13, 2002
South Africa took another step closer to competition in the fixed-line telecoms market yesterday with the start of public hearings into two bids made for a majority stake in an operator to rival the Telkom monopoly.
Dec 11, 2002
Holding company, Johnnic Holdings said yesterday its board of directors would decide early in 2003 whether it should distribute its stake in South Africa's second-largest mobile operator, MTN, to shareholders.
Dec 10, 2002
South Africa said yesterday it made a profit of around R1-billion ($109-million) on the sale, to staff at MTN, of State transport utility Transnet's 18,7% stake in the cellphone operator.
Dec 09, 2002
Details of the sale to MTN employees of state transport utility, Transnet's, stake of just under 19 percent in the cellphone operator will be announced today when Public Enterprises Minister Jeff Radebe addresses a news briefing.
 
 
 
 
Nov 27, 2002
Fat profits in Nigeria helped boost South African mobile group MTN's first half earnings 92%, and MTN said yesterday it is bullish on its operations in that politically volatile country despite recent upheaval.
Nov 25, 2002
South African mobile phone operator MTN said last week it was in talks that could lead to a deal involving some of its assets outside its home market.
Oct 11, 2002
Efforts to establish high-altitude communication platforms (HACPs) in South Africa have received a boost following the announcement that technical feability studies conducted in the US in July and August proved that the concept works.
Sep 20, 2002
In a multimillion rand contract with Transtel and Esi-tel to provide the infrastructure and network management of the second network operator (SNO), service provider Ericsson installed a multiservice network, the first of its kind in the subSaharan region.
Jul 05, 2002
Measures have been put in place to ensure that Telkom and the Second Network Operator (SNO) do not operate under a duopoly by simply replacing the current monopoly.
Jun 17, 2002
Nigeria has extended the deadline for international telecoms operators to express interest in managing national phone company Nitel, a government official said.
Jun 13, 2002
The listed telecommunications group that owns 100% of MTN, M-Cell, has announced that turnover for the last 12 months has risen by 49% to R12,43-billion.
Apr 03, 2002
Organisers of a world development summit to be held in Johannesburg later this year said it had secured more money from local firms but still lacked a third of funds needed to meet its budget.
Jan 18, 2002
THE intelligence & versatility of industrial robots is increasing rapidly, & they are evolving into “social animals”, communicating with each other, & exercising discernment & judgement.
Nov 23, 2001
Strive Masiyiwa believes Econet will be the dominant telecommunications player in Africa in less than five years.
 
 
 
 
Sep 27, 2001
The South African government challenged the American Chamber of Commerce to take allegations of protectionism to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) after the US group criticised a draft telecommunications law.
Sep 21, 2001
With the advent of the new cellular operator in South Africa and the corresponding boom in the cellular communications industry, company’s can expect to see opportunities for single-band, multi band and broad band antennas, covering the frequency assigned to...
Jun 15, 2001
Information technology (IT) company Industrial & Financial Systems (IFS) South Africa has implemented a significant business system contract
Jun 11, 2001
The restructuring of South Africa's State-owned enterprises (SOEs), launched in mid-1997, had brought in R18,9-billion by January this year, with R11,9-billion – or about two-thirds – of this amount flowing into the State's coffers.
Jun 08, 2001
The restructuring of South Africa's State-owned enterprises (SOEs), launched in mid-1997, had brought in R18,9-billion by January this year, with R11,9-billion – or about two-thirds – of this amount flowing into the State's coffers.
Dec 10, 1999
As part of its strategy to be the leading communications group within Africa, M-Cell has set about acquiring strategic acquisitions to provide a full spectrum of communications services.
Nov 05, 1999
Electronics
Aug 20, 1999
South Africa has three telecommunication operators in the top ten in Africa, International Telecommunications Union (ITU) statistics show. In the Communication Technologies Handbook 1999, released this month by research-house BMI-T, of Johannesburg, the ITU’s...
Jul 16, 1999
TELECOM solutions provider Ericsson has reached an agreement with mobile operator MTN to supply the world’s first global systems mobile (GSM) Pro network in South Africa. This will make MTN the first mobile operator in the world to add dispatch and group...
Jul 16, 1999
POTENTIAL satellite users in South Africa cannot take advantage of a specially-reduced phone service from Iridium because the company’s local partner, Iridium Africa, has yet to be granted a licence by the South African Telecommunications Regulatory Authority...
Jun 18, 1999
Members of the South African telecom industry have completed a year 2000 (Y2K) tripartite interconnect test, demonstrating that it should be ‘business as usual’ as the world enters the next century. Three telecom companies – Telkom, MTN and Vodacom...
Apr 16, 1999
South Africa’s telecom industry uses various technologies, such as fixed-wire telephony, cellular telephony, paging, value-added network services (Vans), radio trunking, satellite, the Internet and wireless data, to keep South Africans communicating, explains...
Apr 16, 1999
Telecom provider to Transnet, Transtel might become a legal entity in its own right by the end of the year, Transtel transmission networks CEO Michael Nuttall tells Engineering News. “If we are to become involved in a second fixed-line telecom network, we will...
Feb 19, 1999
Cellular-phone operator MTN is to spend more than R1,2-billion this year as part of its drive to increase capacity and improve its quality of coverage. This investment follows hot on the heels of a previous R1-billion investment which began in June last year, and...
 
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