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Content posted in December 2018
French telecom incumbent may expand its African footprint by acquiring a stake in Ethio Telecom or snapping up a new license, says company's CFO.
The South African mobile operator is offloading its enterprise businesses in Nigeria, Zambia, Angola, Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire.
French operator is pushing into new data, money and business opportunities as the mainstream voice business shows signs of exhaustion.
Cyril Ramaphosa said that within the next month, the communications minister will issue the policy direction to commence South Africa's long-awaited spectrum licensing process.
South Africa's new merged communications and telecoms departments will be known as the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies.
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