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New Delhi, June 28, 2016
Tata Communications on Tuesday said Liquid Telecom, a privately-owned, pan-Africa telecom group, majority owned by Econet Wireless Global, has entered into an agreement to acquire its subsidiary Neotel for South African Rand 6.55 billion (Rs 2,904 crore).

New Delhi, December 11, 2015
Tata Communications has submitted documents for the restructured transaction for selling majority stake in its subsidiary Neotel's fixed line assets to Vodafone's South Africa subsidiary, Vodacom.

BT Online
New Delhi, December 9, 2015
Shares of Bharat Heavy Electricals rose nearly 4 per cent in trade on Wednesday after the government on Tuesday said it has no plans to divest its stake in the company.

New Delhi, December 8, 2015
Neotel, under the revised pact, will offer a roaming arrangement to all the mobile network operators in the country, including Vodacom.

New Delhi, November 23, 2015
The deal was signed in May last year, where Vodafone's South African subsidiary Vodacom reached an agreement to buy Neotel, controlled by Tata Communications, for 7 billion rand.

Johannesburg, January 19, 2015
Neotel was established by a Tata-led consortium in 2006 as South Africa's second fixed-line operator to rival government-owned Telkom's monopoly.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, May 20, 2014
Tata Communications has sealed an all cash deal to sell a 67.32 per cent stake in its South African telecom subsidiary Neotel for an enterprise value of $ 680 million (Rs 3,957) to Vodacom SA, the South African telecom arm of the Vodafone Group.

New Delhi, May 19, 2014
\"The shareholders of Neotel and Vodacom SA announced today that they have favourably concluded an agreement on the commercial structure and terms to proceed for Vodacom to acquire 100 per cent of the shares of Neotel, valued at an enterprise value of ZAR 7.0 billion (about Rs 3,950 crore),\" Tata Communications said in a statement.

New Delhi, July 19, 2013
British telecom major Vodafone, which is facing tax dispute of Rs 11,217 crore in India, on Friday said revenue in the country grew by over 13 per cent to Rs 9,933.42 crore (GBP 1,091 million) during first quarter ended June 30.

London, July 22, 2011
The company has received, \"Strong service revenue growth in India (16.8 per cent), Turkey (32.1 per cent) and its South African unit Vodacom (7.8 per cent).\"

Edwin Naidu
Johannesburg, October 23, 2009
The termination of the proposed Bharti-MTN deal had more to do with the protectionist attitude of the South African government and a sneaking suspicion that India wasn’t playing clean.