Stewart van Graan will replace Mteto Nyati as CEO of Altron on 1 July, albeit on an interim basis.
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In a surprise development, Altron has announced that its CEO, Mteto Nyati, will step down at the end of June.
Bill Venter has stepped down from the board of directors of the company he founded 53 years ago. He will step down as nonexecutive director effective 31 July 2018.
Meet the CEO is a weekly feature on TechCentral. The aim is to introduce our readers to the people behind the news by providing insights into the leaders shaping South Africa’s ICT industry. Our ninth interview in
Meet the CEO is a new, weekly feature on TechCentral. The aim is to introduce our readers to the people behind the news by providing insights into the leaders shaping South Africa’s ICT industry. Our fifth interview
Once upon a time, Altron was voted one of the top 20 companies on the JSE. The share price climbed to R50 and the market capitalisation to R14bn as revenues reached the same levels and exports and operating
Altron, the JSE-listed group that is repositioning itself exclusively as an ICT sector player as part of a turnaround plan, will finalise the disposal of non-core assets by the end of its 2018 financial year. Group CEO Mteto Nyati
Just a month after TechCentral’s podcast with former Altron CEO Robbie Venter, Duncan McLeod returns to the group’s Parktown, Johannesburg head office to interview new CEO, and former MTN South Africa boss
Altron has a shortlist of candidates for a new CEO, all of them from the IT sector, the group’s current CEO, Robbie Venter, said on Monday. This comes as Altron disposes of non-core assets to focus on the ICT industry. Speaking on the TechCentral Podcast
Duncan McLeod sat down on 6 March with Altron CEO Robbie Venter and Value Capital Partners (VCP) CEO Sam Sithole to discuss the huge changes the Altron group has been through in recent years. In the interview, listen to Venter talk about