The Competitions and
CTC has arranged a meeting with
The commission will engage the
"We are making preliminary investigations on allegations levelled against
"The commission is still establishing facts and doing interviews with complainants who have levelled allegations against
Various entities have raised complaints against
In the forefront has been the banking sector, which has raised issues with
The implications for setting up a separate USSD for banks were that
This is viewed as an unfair trade practice as it is designed to make banks' mobile money transfer services uncompetitive in comparison to
Banks feel strongly that being put on a separate USSD platform to EcoCash would enable
Banks are of the opinion that the proposed charge of
Banks felt the charge was too high and was meant to be expensive for any product that the banks would want to provide.
The allegations stem from Innscor's acquisition of a controlling stake in the country's largest miller,
Innscor increased its shareholding in Natfoods to 49,9 percent from 36 percent between 2003 and 2011.
The company subsequently reduced its shareholding to 37 percent after disposing off 11 percent for
CTC assistant director (Competition) Mr Benjamin Chinhengo confirmed the development to The Herald Business.
"The case is now under the jurisdiction of the
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