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The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) delivered a blow to Telkom yesterday, dismissing the company’s bid to be allowed to install telecommunications stations – cellphone masts – at locations of its choice without prior approval from local authorities. Telkom approached the ConCourt seeking the interpretation of Section 22 of the Electronic Communications Act. It wanted the court...

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The Competition Commission has firmed up an agreement with Telkom, and its wholesale division Openserve, that will see the telecommunications operator’s longstanding wholesale IP Connect product replaced with a completely new wholesale offering for Internet service providers. TechCentral reported last month that Telkom and the commission had reached an agreement over concerns the regulatory watchdog had over IP...

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Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded operator Telkom South Africa in line with the country’s recent sovereign rating downgrade. Telkom said that Moody’s had downgraded its rating to Ba1 from Baa3 with a negative outlook. This follows Moody’s recent decision to downgrade the South African sovereign rating. Telkom’s rating is linked to the sovereign one because...

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With its announcement on Tuesday, Vodacom became the first major mobile communications operator to agree to lower its data prices. Now all eyes are on MTN South Africa and Telkom, which have failed to reach an agreement with the competition watchdog within the specified deadline. More than two years after the Competition Commission launched its investigation...

Telkom South Africa has asked the Competition Commission and the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) to investigate the proposed roaming deal between Vodacom and Liquid Telecom, reports Mybroadband. Vodacom said that its roaming agreement with Liquid Telecom will allow it to launch 5G services in 2020. Liquid Telecom said in January that it...

Telkom is complaining that Vodacom and MTN’s first-mover advantage has made it impossible for other mobile operators to “play in this space”. Speaking to CNBC Africa, Telkom group executive of regulatory affairs Siyabonga Mahlangu said other operators are prevented from monetizing their spectrum effectively. “At this point, the two incumbents, because of their first-mover advantage,...