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Vodacom SA Partners Cybersecurity Firm Evina to Fight Mobile Fraud

Vodacom, one of SA’s leading network providers, has announced a partnership with mobile payments cybersecurity company, Evina, in a major step forward in mobile user safety. According to a statement from Vodacom, mobile users in Africa’s most advanced economy will...

Vodacom invests billions in its South African network

Vodacom has released it's interim results revealing a major investment in its South African network. The results, for the last six months ended 30 September 2019, show that almost R4.8-billion was spent on expanding and improving the mobile communications...

SA getting ready for massive data explosion – Vodacom CEO

As the annual MyBroadband conference got underway in Johannesburg, it become clear that the overall theme will span LTE, connectivity and quality of mobile service operators. Before the discussion got too serious, Vodacom CEO Shameel Jousub was asked which mobile handset...

LTE before the end of the year – Vodacom

Shortly after South African mobile service provider MTN announced it’s plans to roll out Long-Term Evolution (LTE) to major cities in Africa, competitor Vodacom made comments that they too will be making the 4G technology available for the end...

Vodacom ready for mobile competition

While a silent price war is brewing in the South African mobile industry, mobile operator Vodacom is prepared for the next amount of salvos from the competition – which sees four mobile operators taking on each other in a...

Knott-Craig Jnr buys MXit

Alan Knott-Craig Jnr, former head of iBurst and son of former Vodacom CEO Alan Knott-Craig Snr, has purchased popular social messaging platform MXit through his start-up investment firm World of Avatar. The value of the acquisition has not been...
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Sports Event Wireless Network Lessons Aid Companies

Sports stadiums and arenas require reliable connectivity to support thousands of concurrent users during events. High-density, secure wireless networks...
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