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Capcom could lose Nigerian telecoms licence

Nigeria’s Communications Commission (NCC) has threatened to withdraw Capcom’s certificate of approval in principle- which allows them to operate as a telecommunications company in the country. The move from the regulator comes on the back of inordinate delays in concluding...

Nigeria’s Multilinks, Starcomms and MTS could merge

Nigerian telecommunications companies Multilinks, Starcomms and MTS (who all form part of the Code Division Multiple Access), could merge into one company in a deal reportedly valued at $200-million. If the three entities merge, it would be the largest CDMA...

Telkom CEO: “2010 tough with muted revenue growth”

In its end of year results, Telkom recorded R7.03 billion revenue against R36.8billion for March. Telkom Group Chief Executive Officer, Reuben September, described his company’s 2010 financial year as being “tough with muted revenue growth”. In total, Telkom recorded a 92%...

Telkom to expand mobile capability in Nigeria

South Africa-based Telkom, says its acquisition of a remaining 25 percent stake in Nigeria’s Multi-Links has provided it with an opportunity to expand its mobile capability. Telkom, which held a 75 percent stake in the Nigerian firm, announced on...
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Huawei’s IP Service Partner of the Year: Africa Connect 2024

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