Cell C gets a new part-owner (and a R5.5 billion cash injection)

Cell C now has a brand-new, reshaped balance sheet.

Brett Levy

JSE-listed Blue Label Telecoms has announced it is buying a 45% stake in Cell C for R5.5 billion.

The transaction will take place through its subsidiary The Prepaid Company.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Brett Levy, joint-CEO at Blue Label Telecoms.

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For us its business as usual in terms of the other networks.

Brett Levy

There’s great opportunity; it’s not saturated at all.

Brett Levy

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