Buyout helps Reunert to lift profit

Group revenue jumps 15% to R9.8bn with headline earnings per share leaping 19%

Market takes Toshiba’s massive dilution in stride

A planned $5.4bn share sale will dilute earnings per share by 54%, and put more than a third of the group in the hands of 30 overseas investors — but it ...

Toshiba share sale to dodge delisting

Toshiba needs to raise ¥750bn by the end of March 2018 to plug a balance-sheet hole

Icasa takes measures to reduce cost of data

New Independent Communications Authority of SA regulations call for network operators to provide adequate notification to consumers

Benin says MTN boss blew it and must leave by Friday

Stephen Blewett received an official notification from the government of Benin requesting him to leave the country by November 24

Fox deal to boost Cell C video suite

Cell C has entered the highly competitive video-streaming market through the launch of a video-streaming platform

Vodacom connects to the fast lane

After four years, company’s ‘internet of things’ business generates R800m a year in revenue

Naspers opens firmer, extending record on Tencent results

Naspers’s high valuation — it is rising further into record territory — raises questions about the sustainability of its growth, but analysts remain relatively ...

Altron sells Powertech Transformers for R250m

Powertech Transformers was no longer considered a core asset, after Altron restructured its portfolio, Altron said

MTN to comply with Benin demand

The company has been given until the end of the week to submit a response to the regulator

WATCH: What’s inside Vodacom’s mixed bag

Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub talks to Business Day TV about the company’s interim results

Datatec windfall for shareholders

Group sells Westcon Americas and 10% of Westcon International to Synnex Corporation in a deal worth up to $830m

Vodacom hedges SA downgrade

Mobile network operator made adjustments in early 2017, says CEO

Datatec to return R5bn to investors as special dividend

The company’s performance was weaker in the six months to end-August, which the company attributed to the roll-out of software across some its operations

Safaricom acquisition boosts Vodacom

The company battled unfavourable currency headwinds that took some shine off its international operations

BCX to restructure as income falls

Telkom subsidiary has no forced-retrenchment plans

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