South Africa’s Telkom SA has cut 12.5% of the group’s permanent jobs, it said on Monday after posting a 22.6% surge in full-year earnings as upbeat performance in its mobile business offset declines in the traditional fixed-line unit.
MTN Nigeria said on Saturday it is under investigation by the Nigerian financial crimes agency over its listing last week, although it “has not been accused of any wrongdoing” by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
Siemens steps up its efforts to become a global powerhouse, providing industrial monitoring and detection for energy industry
Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Yavuz Selim Kiran has rejected media reports that the United States demands cancelling the deal on purchasing Russia’s S-400 missile system by the end of the first week of June
Newly sworn-in Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky called on the country’s officials to put up photographs of their children in their offices, rather than his portrait.
The Trump administration has revoked a nearly 1 billion-U.S.-dollar federal grant it previously promised towards funding a high-speed railway connecting San Francisco and Los Angeles in the state of California.
Bitcoin has reached yet another milestone in its recent rally.
SSJ-100 plane returned to tarmac due to failure of communication and automated flight control systems
The Aeroflot SSJ-100 passenger plane, which crashed on May 5, returned to the airport due to a failure in communication and automated flight control systems, Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport’s press service informs.
India is seeking investors for two new infrastructure investment funds. The Canadian Pension Fund OMERS is interested to join international investors.
Samsung is postponing the release date of its Galaxy Fold phone, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.