Lesotho Communications Authority threatens to revoke Vodacom’s licence

The authority said Vodacom has failed to pay a R40 million fine that was due on Wednesday.

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JOHANNESBURG - The Lesotho Communications Authority has issued a notice threatening to revoke the licence of mobile operator Vodacom in that country.

The authority said Vodacom has failed to pay a R40 million fine that was due on Wednesday.

The regulator said Vodacom had been using an external auditor who is the sister-in-law of the board chairperson.

It also fined Vodacom R140 million for failing to comply with directives to appoint another auditor.

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