Exclusive | Microsoft terminated longstanding partner agreements with EOH after an anonymous whistle-blower filed a complaint about alleged malfeasance with the US Securities & Exchange Commission.
Author Duncan McLeod
Stephen van Coller has called on anyone with evidence of corruption involving the JSE-listed IT services group to bring it to him as he attempts to “root out” any “historical, unethical business practices”.
EOH Holdings has “proactively initiated” an internal investigation into subsidiary EOH Mthombo’s channel partner business unit after Microsoft served a notice of termination on two agreements with the company last Friday.
The chairman of communications regulator Icasa will stay on in the role because the telecommunications and broadcasting authority claims it is not empowered to remove him.
Uganda has deported the CEO of MTN’s Ugandan subsidiary, less than a month after the East African country did the same to its chief marketing officer, its head of sales and distribution, and its head of mobile financial services.
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The founder of Brolaz South Africa has accused Huawei of driving the company out of business by failing to make payments timeously for work done, in the process costing 232 permanent staff their jobs.
EOH updated shareholders on Wednesday after Microsoft pulled the plug on two partnership agreements, but has still not explained the software giant’s reasons for doing so.
Huge Group subsidiaries Huge Cellular and Huge Telecom are not entitled to urgent relief they’re seeking against Cell C to prevent it from suspending services at the end of this month, the mobile operator said.