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Africa Offers Big Potential for Streaming Video

Africa Offers Big Potential for Streaming Video

When the pan-African VOD platform Buni.tv launched in 2012, the Nairobi-based company was one of the first to recognize the untapped potential of the online market on the continent.

South Africa's Blue Label pays $400m for Cell C stake

South Africa's Blue Label pays $400M for Cell C stake

Blue Label Telecoms the largest distributor of prepaid airtime and data in South Africa, will pay 5.5 billion rand ($400 million) for a 45 percent stake in debt-laden mobile firm Cell C Ltd, it said on Wednesday.

Jabu Mabuza, Chairman, Telkom

Telkom said to seek Cell C for less than $1.6B price

Telkom SA SOC Ltd. is seeking to buy mobile-phone operator Cell C Pty Ltd. for less than the 22 billion rand ($1.6 billion) value placed on the South African company by its owners, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Jabu Mabuza, Chairman, Telkom

MTN may have a new competitor in South Africa (Infographic)

Telkom SA SOC Ltd., South Africa’s biggest landline provider, sees a potential acquisition of closely held wireless company Cell C Pty Ltd. as a way to grow its own mobile-phone business.

Johannesburg, South Africa

South Africa's Competition Commission rejects Telkom, MTN deal

South Africa’s Competition Commission has rejected a networking sharing transaction proposed by operators Telkom and MTN South Africa.

Shameel Joosub, CEO, Vodacom

Vodacom's $576M Neotel deal wins South Africa antitrust approval

Vodacom Group Ltd., the African unit of Vodafone Group Plc, was granted provisional approval by South Africa’s Competition Commission to buy Internet provider Neotel Pty Ltd. for 7 billion rand ($576 million).

Cell C

Cell C Said to Weigh Sale to South African Wireless Carriers

Cell C Pty Ltd. is exploring options for the third-largest South African wireless carrier including a sale to domestic competitors, according to two people familiar with the matter.