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Cell C Appointed as Preferred Service Provider to South African Government

Cell C has been appointed as one of the preferred service providers to the South African Government for the delivery of mobile communication services. This is for the period 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2026. The mobile communication services...

Cell C to Cut Over 900 Jobs, Almost 40% of its Workforce

South African network provider, Cell C has confirmed that it could retrench up to 960 employees - including junior management and semi-skilled staff - resulting in cuts of almost 40% of its workforce. “Cell C can confirm that it is...

Competition Commission Approves Cell C Recapitalisation

The Competition Commission announced that the proposed acquisition of Cell C assets by Gatsby SPV has been conditionally approved. “The Commission has recommended to the Competition Tribunal to conditionally approve the proposed transaction in which Gatsby SPV intends to acquire...

Cell C Faces Potential Job Cuts

South African network provider, Cell C says that it's reevaluating some of the jobs at executive and management level - this process could deem certain positions redundant and ultimately result in job cuts. “In early March 2020, Cell C initiated...

Cell C’s Turnaround Strategy is Slowly Paying Off

Cell C released its annual results for the year ending December 2019. The latest set of results show how the turnaround strategy has delivered improved operational efficiencies with the positive impact of these changes flowing through during the latter...

Cell C takes home Top Consumer Service Award despite stumbling in 2019

South African network provider, Cell C has been awarded the Overall Telecommunications Industry Award at the 2019/2020 Ask Afrika Orange Index Awards for customer service, for the second year in a row. Cell C’s CEO, Douglas Craigie Stevenson says, “We...
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