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Vodacom Group Limited (VOD.JO)

Johannesburg - Johannesburg Delayed Price. Currency in ZAc
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14,232.00+317.00 (+2.28%)
At close: 05:00PM SAST
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Previous Close13,915.00
Bid13,910.00 x 0
Ask14,248.00 x 0
Day's Range13,778.00 - 14,250.00
52 Week Range12,178.00 - 15,144.00
Avg. Volume1,408,957
Market Cap24.115T
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.22
PE Ratio (TTM)1,536.60
EPS (TTM)9.26
Earnings DateFeb. 01, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield8.40 (5.90%)
Ex-Dividend DateDec. 01, 2021
1y Target Est147.67
  • Reuters

    Vodacom to buy 55% stake in Vodafone Egypt for $2.74 billion

    CAIRO, JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -South Africa's Vodacom Group Ltd said on Wednesday it would buy a 55% stake in the Egyptian arm of parent Vodafone Group Plc for $2.74 billion, as it looks at consolidate its presence on the continent and boost profit. Vodacom had been vying with African rival MTN Group for market share as the continent's people and businesses demand higher speeds and better connectivity to access financial services, entertainment, education and enterprise solutions, especially spurred by the coronavirus pandemic. "The proposed acquisition presents a unique opportunity to advance Vodacom Group's strategic connectivity and financial services ambitions in Africa," Vodacom said in a statement.

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    S.Africa's MTN and Vodacom join Telkom in temporary spectrum lawsuit

    South Africa's two biggest mobile operators, MTN and Vodacom, have joined number three Telkom in a lawsuit to stop the regulator withdrawing temporary frequency spectrum assigned at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak. The temporary spectrum allowed the operators to deliver faster connectivity to customers to meet a surge in data demand as large numbers of people shifted last year to working and studying from home. MTN and Vodacom have also used the temporary frequencies to launch 5G networks.

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    South Africa's Vodacom bringing 70 businesses onto VodaPay 'super app'

    South Africa's Vodacom Group said on Tuesday about 70 businesses had signed up or committed to the mobile operator's new digital financial services "super app" that promises to be a one-stop shop for online transactions. Last year Vodacom announced a partnership with digital payments provider Alipay to build an app that would allow consumers in South Africa to shop online, pay bills and send money to family members.