Maseru — Vodacom has been caught up in a row with Lesotho’s regulators over alleged weak corporate governance at its subsidiary in the mountain kingdom.     

Lesotho’s telecom regulator revoked the operating licence of Vodacom's 80%-owned unit on Thursday, citing failure to pay a portion of a R134m fine for what it termed conflict of interest relating to the company's external auditors.

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