Ansys expects stellar growth to slow in tough environment

Revenue shoots up 70% on demand for products from its defence and cyber security industries

Cell C said to seek debt reduction in Blue Label deal

The cellphone operator is said to want to cut its debt by 73% when it sells a stake to Blue Label Telecoms while retaining its operating licence

Datatec seals Indonesian deal

Logicalis and Indonesian partner Metrodata will buy a combined 68% stake in Packet Systems Indonesia

Israeli companies eye SA’s hi-tech financial prospects

Many of SA’s conventional insurance and wealth management firms offer huge opportunities for Israeli companies, says economic affairs attaché

How Vodacom got itself on a fully digital path

Mobile network is developing and acquiring the skills it needs to extend its revenue streams beyond connectivity

Vodacom appoints Jabu Moleketi as its new chairman

The former deputy finance minister replaces Peter Moyo who has been appointed CEO of Old Mutual Emerging Markets

Mystery surrounds Durban approval for MTN towers

City officials conceal truth as purpose-built cell masts erected under the guise of 'fighting crime' are fitted with antennae instead of CCTV cameras, writes ...

Downgrade expected to hit MTN payouts

Moody’s downgrades senior unsecured notes, but changes the South African telecoms giant’s outlook to stable from negative

Rain and Internet Solutions team up

Rain, relaunched on Tuesday last week, promises superfast mobile network connections

EU to end roaming charges

Mobile phone operators stand to lose a significant revenue source when this fee may no longer be applied

Google prepares for hefty fine by EU watchdog

A penalty in the shopping-search probe could come within weeks and may exceed a $1.2bn fine imposed on Intel

MTN fixes most problems caused by runaway fires in Knysna

Of the 255 sites that went down on Wednesday evening in the Knysna area, 241 are active again and engineers are trying to fix the rest

BUSINESS DAY TV: We are investing in an IP network that carries a lot more data

Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko speaks about the company’s full-year results and plans to divide it into four businesses

Datatec bounces on sale of Westcon

Datatec CEO Jens Montanana, who will join the Synnex board, describes the two tech companies as 'highly complementary'

MTN’s uphill battle in war-ravaged South Sudan

MTN South Sudan’s Khumbulani Dhlomo says customers are being displaced, leaving jobs or leaving the country, as the three-year civil war rages on

Telkom delivers healthy dividend as net profit jumps

Growth in mobile services offset declining voice revenue, while the effects of staff cuts and the BCX deal were seen in the group’s full-year results