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Companies

Telkom announces wholesale price cuts

Apr 23 2015 14:40

The wholesale business of telecoms network Telkom has announced price reductions of between 10% and 63% for its product range.

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    Gijima announces delisting date

    Apr 23 2015 11:19

    The local technology company has set a date of May 12 to delist from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

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    What Kalahari’s closure means for e-commerce

    Apr 20 2015 14:47

    Killing off the Kalahari brand signals that South Africa's e-commerce market may not have grown fast enough, say analysts.

    News

    MultiChoice rejects Caxton’s allegations over SABC deal

    Apr 20 2015 17:43

    Pay-tv provider MultiChoice has rejected several allegations from publishing company Caxton regarding a deal with the South African Broadcasting Corporation.

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    Gijima to delist in May

    Apr 16 2015 18:38

    Local technology company Gijima plans to delist from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in the second week of May 2015.

    News

    Intel profit boosted by data centres

    Apr 15 2015 07:46

    Intel has said its profits edged higher in the first quarter, as gains in its data centre operations help offset weakness in the personal computer market.

    ICT

    Naspers' Tencent bet pays off as shares surge

    Apr 13 2015 19:04

    Shares in Naspers, South Africa's biggest firm by value, has been lifted by the rising fortunes of China's Tencent in which it holds a minority stake.

    ICT

    Microsoft starts programme to hire workers with autism

    Apr 07 2015 19:47

    US technology giant Microsoft has launched a pilot programme to hire autistic workers at its headquarters in Washington state.

    ICT

    DiData eyes data center growth to boost profit

    Mar 06 2015 19:30

    IT firm Dimension Data is on track to reach $8bn in revenues this year, maintaining double digit growth led by its push into data centres, the firm's chief executive says.

    ICT

    Cell C says revenue up 16%

    Feb 24 2015 17:08

    Cell C says it grew its full-year revenue by 16% and plans to invest R2.2bn partially in new technology this year.

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    Siemens to slash 7 400 jobs - source

    Feb 05 2015 19:15

    German engineering giant Siemens is planning to cut around 7 400 jobs, perhaps 3 300 in Germany as part of on-going mass restructuring plan.

    ICT

    Naspers looking to sell Polish business - sources

    Jan 14 2015 22:00

    South African e-commerce and media firm Naspers is looking to sell its Polish operations, including Eastern Europe's largest web auction service Allegro.

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