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Deal paves the way for SA-made smartphone.

Deal paves the way for first-ever SA-made smartphone

Black-owned mining, energy company rebrands as Mint after buying local electronics maker.

SA, Syria and Sudan are MTN’s worst performers.

SA, Syria and Sudan are MTN’s worst performers

Meanwhile, Uganda, Ivory Coast and Cameroon notch up strong subscriber growth.

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MTN, PriceCheck partner on mobile app

Plans are underway to introduce a local version of the app in other markets.

Big screen Nokia Lumia 1320 available in SA.

Big screen Nokia Lumia 1320 available in SA

Device, which goes on sale in May, features a 6-inch screen and has a five megapixel camera.

Why Mxit is SA election’s key internet battleground.

Why Mxit is SA election’s key internet battleground

Political parties have more followers on the messaging tool than on Facebook and Twitter.

Managing director of Net1 Mobile Solutions, Philip Belamant, says it is “business as usual”.

Net1’s mobile division ‘unaffected’ by court ruling

Managing director of Net1 Mobile Solutions, Philip Belamant, says it is “business as usual”.

Huawei opens its first-ever African store.

Huawei opens its first-ever African store

Chinese technology solutions provider says Africa is a key market for the company.

Mxit launches discount deals service.

Mxit launches discount deals service

Special offers coming to those who download the ‘Deals on Mxit’ application.

New Gautrain app focuses on better user experience.

New Gautrain app focuses on better user experience

Another application for the South African rapid rail link service has been launched.

Could radio DJ Gareth Cliff boost WeChat in SA?

Could radio DJ Gareth Cliff boost WeChat in SA?

‘Shock jock’ reveals plan to launch a channel for his CliffCentral.com venture on the mobile app.

Weak rand boosts MTN Group revenues.

Weak rand boosts MTN Group revenues

But the mobile operator’s South African business is coming under intense pressure.