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National Savings Capture: Predatory capitalism and the asset management industry
Posted on Saturday March 16, 2019This article is an edited version of Abedian’s keynote speech at the 2019 Raging Bull Awards Ceremony on 30 January 2019. Editor’s note:...
MTN’s share rally could continue, say analysts
Posted on Friday March 15, 2019Market is pleased to see that MTN’s debt at the holding company level has fallen dramatically
Jumia listing will take MTN to New York
Posted on Thursday March 14, 2019JOHANNESBURG - Top Pan-African e-commerce platform Jumia, which is partially owned by telecoms giant MTN, has filed for an initial public...
Negative ‘jaws’ bite South African banks battling costs
Posted on Wednesday March 13, 2019Bloomberg The bottom line is that the top line stinks. That’s the challenge facing South Africa’s biggest banks as they fight to contain...
MTN shares jump 18% on asset sales transactions
Posted on Friday March 08, 2019JOHANNESBURG – MTN, Africa's telecoms giant, soared 15 percent on the JSE on plans to raise R15billion from asset sales towards reducing...
Nedbank is expecting a better year
Posted on Wednesday March 06, 2019The bank expects a better year for lending growth at its corporate and investment banking unit
Cell C trek Blue Label Telecoms verder af
Posted on Thursday February 28, 2019Blue Label Telecoms se tussentydse resultate vir die ses maande tot einde November 2018 het beleggers nie juis beïndruk nie en die...
EDITORIAL: Vodacom data U-turn highlights new risks
Posted on Thursday February 28, 2019Social media users reacted quickly after company proposed on its website to charge customers for a bundle roll-over service
Government’s pricey telecoms plan in limbo
Posted on Thursday February 28, 2019The government has shelved the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill. But it’s unclear what that means for its plan for a shared...
Vodacom takes flak on planned rollover fee
Posted on Tuesday February 26, 2019An analyst says Vodacom's plans to charge customers to roll over unused data go "against the spirit" of new regulations