SA’s third largest mobile operator Cell C has asked law firm Bowmans to investigate business units possibly involved in “irregular” practices.

This adds to the woes facing the company, whose debt rating was downgraded in late June by S&P Global Ratings to reflect that a default had become “a virtual certainty”. 

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