Cell C’s two largest shareholders are at loggerheads over the ownership of the company’s multibillion-rand spectrum.

CellSAf, which owns 25% of SA’s fourth-largest mobile operator, has accused the biggest shareholder, Blue Label, of stripping other shareholders of key strategic assets amid plans to transfer control of the telecom company’s licences, including spectrum, to Blue Label’s The Prepaid Company...

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