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Africa cellphone tower company raises more than R5bn in London listing

Oct 15 2019 21:52

Helios Towers rose 1.8% in London after raising 288 million pounds ($364 million) in a long-delayed share sale that gives investors a foothold in Africa’s fast-growing wireless tower industry.


WeWork’s communications chief to leave after six turbulent months

Oct 15 2019 21:33

Jimmy Asci, who had joined the New York-based co-working company in April, resigned last Wednesday, according to a person familiar with the matter who wasn’t authorised to discuss the move publicly and asked not to be identified.


So hungry you could eat the plate? This Cape Town startup has made it big with edible bowls

Oct 14 2019 20:32

A Cape Town start-up company which produces edible food bowls has grabbed international attention, netting funding from the organisers of the 2020 World Expo set to be held in Dubai.


SABC would make over R1bn profit if public started paying licence fees

Oct 15 2019 12:53

The cash-strapped public broadcaster would have made a profit of around R1.5bn in the if South Africans paid their licence fees at the same rate as BBC viewers.


Govt in talks with strategic equity partners for SAA, Ramaphosa confirms

Oct 14 2019 16:32

Government is open to partnerships with the private sector when it comes to fixing state-owned enterprises and is currently in talks with parties interested in SAA.


WATCH: Apple disputes Google's iPhone hacking report

Oct 13 2019 21:02

Apple issued a strongly worded statement calling into question Google's recently published research about a widespread hacking operation targeting iPhones.

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We don't use fake parts, says SAA after mid-air 'jolt'

Oct 11 2019 07:00

SAA has denied that the airline's maintenance division, SAA Technical, uses fake parts when servicing aircraft belonging to Mango Airlines or any other airline.

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Struggling power utility Eskom will take centre stage at this year's mini budget

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