Apple supplier Dialog weathers iPhone slump to hit revenue target

Shares in the Anglo-German company jump 4% as investors credit company’s resilience

Helios Towers to invest R1.4bn in SA over three years

The network infrastructure company will also consider a JSE listing after an earlier plan to do so was shelved

Criminals, watch out: here comes Jonga

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Why Cannon Asset Managers rates Telkom a ‘buy’

Telkom's property portfolio is worth R24bn, versus its market capitalisation of R35bn

Huawei employee arrested in Poland over spying allegations

US intelligence agencies allege Huawei is linked to China’s government and that its equipment could contain ‘backdoors’ for spying

MTN has lost its investment appeal, says Afrifocus

The company has lurched from one regulatory crisis to another in recent years, says prominent wealth manager

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Teleology, led by former MTN Nigeria CEO, exits 9mobile

The company, led by Adrian Wood, has pulled out just weeks after a $301m takeover of the firm and after disagreements with shareholders

Why JPMorgan sees plenty of upside for Naspers

The US bank recently raised its target for prized asset Tencent

Ellies scrambles to finalise delayed results

Investors had expected the results to be released in early December

Adapt IT buys Australian education business

JSE-listed company acquires Melbourne-based Wisenet for R54m

S&P may downgrade MTN if it lifts Nigeria exposure

The ratings agency also says the telecoms group’s outlook could be revised to stable if its relative exposure to SA increases

DRC still without internet as operators forced to cut access

Internet access was cut on December 31 following the country's presidential election

MTN Nigeria deal fails to fuel shares as more trouble feared

The December settlement has only marginally appeased the market, with investors holding their breath for the next shock

Huawei punishes staff for sending New Year tweet via iPhone

Although the error was made by a third-party, the pair were disciplined for the ‘negative impact’ on the Huawei brand, according to a memo

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