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Helios Towers IPO likely to price at bottom end of range

The company was originally looking to raise as much as $500m.

Cell C puts assets up for sale as losses deepen

Cell C ’s fiber-optic network and base of billed customers are up for grabs, sources say.

Cell C seeks more network access from MTN in battle for growth

An extended roaming deal with MTN could be concluded within the next month, Cell C CEO says.

Vodacom Tanzania warns SIM card directive could hurt operations

Tanzania's government issues a directive for the registration of all SIM card owners.

SA’s debt-ridden Cell C worthless, biggest shareholders say

Net1 writes down the value of its stake in Cell C.

Rain attracts R12.5bn valuation

ARC increases valuation in Rain due to a 'fair-value write-up of R364m', company says.

Please Call Me inventor to challenge R47m settlement

Nkosana Makate believes that Vodacom owes him a settlement of R10.2bn.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Court overturns Necsa board suspension, Please Call Me inventor expects more in compensation, driver demerit system is signed into law and more.

Please Call Me inventor wants more than R10bn

Nkosana Makate heads back to court to challenge the R47m settlement offered by Vodacom.

Vodacom to invest more than R9bn on SA network this year

Network enhancements will focus on rural areas.

Credit Suisse starts to see value in ‘South Africa Inc.’ stocks

Stocks have suffered enough, it says.

What’s needed to save Cell C

What’s becoming increasingly clear is that a major overhaul is needed to put Cell C onto a sustainable footing.

Open up 5G spectrum to boost SA growth, says Huawei exec

The latest generation of cellular network technology will improve competitiveness, innovation and efficiency – and bring data prices down.

Mobile phones are replacing bank accounts in Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa has more mobile-money accounts than anywhere else in the world.

MTN SA loses 1.9M subscribers

The company is still struggling to resolve a $2.2bn tax claim in its Nigeria market.

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