Vodacom’s efforts to grow its business, driven by an entry into new markets in East Africa, is helping the Johannesburg-based group to reduce its reliance on SA, where the country’s weak economic performance poses a potential risk.

The group has been working on diversifying its revenue streams, taking a big bet on mobile money, while expanding the territories in which it operates. ..

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