The top dogs at MTN are taking home a pretty decent paycheck, according to the mobile operator’s integrated annual report for 2018.
Kenneth Makate reckons that Vodacom owes him a big payday for inventing the ‘Please Call Me’ service. Turns out MTN might have a big say in the matter.
We all love to moan about expensive mobile data, and we have a point. Turns out there’s a reason that data costs far more than it should in this country.
MTN just released its quarterly report and, whilst some areas show growth, it’s clear that pre-paid customers in South Africa are heading for the hills.
The new Forbes 2000 list has ranked the world’s biggest businesses, and 10 of our own have made the list. Some serious numbers thrown around here.
When a massive international firm decides to be all indecisive about payments of fines and what not, the repercussions will be real.
MTN has been experiencing some connectivity issues in the past week and its users are getting pissed off because, well, it’s messing with their private lives.
Vodacom and MTN are feeling the pressure now that the popularity of over-the-top services are crushing their game.
Although South Africa has quite a few cellphone networks, there’s one that definitely stands out and we have the graphs to prove it.
The man who is set to be South Africa’s next president seems to have an unclean past when it comes to how exactly he made his riches.
You know what really grinds my gears? Businesses that try and make things easy for customers and don’t charge you for the pleasure.
South African business across the continent are feeling the backlash of our xenophobic attacks. Even the big guys like Sasol, Shoprite and MTN are coming under fire.
While popular rhetoric insists that low-end mobile subscribers in SA are getting a raw deal, that belief has been debunked by a “secret” report.
A new study commissioned by inMobi, an industry research group, has revealed that a massive 70% of South Africans are unhappy with their cellphone providers. It’s not all about the prices either.
South Africa’s elite police unit, the Hawks, have opened an investigation into allegations of corruption at MTN. This follows news reports yesterday of a senior former MTN Group executive admitting to bribing South Africa’s former ambassador to Iran following a successful license purchase.
Well, this doesn’t look good: Turkcell is suing MTN for $4,2 billion. Turkcell has decided to act on its claims that MTN bribed officials, arranged meetings between Iranian and South African leaders, and promised Iran weapons as well as UN votes, all in exchange for a licence to offer cellphone services in Iran.
2oceansvibe has long been the authority on when summer truly starts, with our annual “opening of summer” declaration (past declarations here and here) usually appearing in late September or early October. It hasn’t happened yet this year, but I can feel it coming soon. MTN, on the other hand, has begun flirting with the madness that […]