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Vodacom Group Ltd (VODJ.J)

VODJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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17 Jan 2018
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Tue, Nov 7 2017

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Finland's Nokia joins Vodacom to trial 5G technology in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG Finnish network equipment maker Nokia will trial its 5G technology in South Africa in collaboration with Vodacom Group, the firms said on Tuesday, as they seek to provide faster data delivery.

Finland's Nokia joins Vodacom to trial 5G technology in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG Finnish network equipment maker Nokia will trial its 5G technology in South Africa in collaboration with Vodacom Group, the firms said on Tuesday, as they seek to provide faster data delivery.

Finland's Nokia joins Vodacom to trial 5G technology in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 7 Finnish network equipment maker Nokia will trial its 5G technology in South Africa in collaboration with Vodacom Group, the firms said on Tuesday, as they seek to provide faster data delivery.

S.Africa's Vodacom followed due process in bidding for govt contract- CEO

JOHANNESBURG, Oct 4 South Africa's mobile operator Vodacom Group followed due process in bidding for a contract to provide mobile services to the government, its chief executive Shameel Joosub said on Wednesday.

South Africa appoints Vodacom executive as CEO for state airline SAA

JOHANNESBURG, Aug 3 South Africa has appointed Vodacom Group executive Vuyani Jarana as the new chief executive officer for the state airline, the Treasury said on Thursday.

South Africa's Vodacom Q1 revenue rises led by growth at home

JOHANNESBURG, July 20 Vodacom Group revenue rose 3.9 percent to 20.7 billion rand ($1.60 billion) in the first quarter, boosted in its home market South Africa by increased smartphone sales, the telecoms operator said on Thursday.

BRIEF-Vodacom Group qtrly group revenue grew 3.9 pct to 20.7 bln rand

* Qtrly group revenue grew 3.9 pct to 20.7 bln rand, normalised growth, excluding currency translation effects, was 7.7 pct

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