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The Wits Business School has appointed Prof Brian Armstrong, the former group chief commercial officer of Telkom, to head up the WBS/Telkom Chair in Digital Business, established in 2016. Telkom agreed last year to

Telkom’s chief commercial officer is stepping down. Brian Armstrong will “retire” at the end of March, group CEO Sipho Maseko said in an e-mail to employees on Thursday. Armstrong joined Telkom in 2010 from BT Global Services

While there are plenty of good ideas contained in the national integrated ICT policy white paper, aspects of the document are “dangerous”, especially when it comes to spectrum, Telkom chief commercial officer Brian Armstrong

Digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin faces a key year ahead that could seal the fate of its long-term adoption, says South African-born Silicon Valley entrepreneur Vinny Lingham. Lingham first integrated Bitcoin payments into his US-based digital gift

Here they are, TechCentral’s South African Newsmakers of 2014. These are the individuals, in ascending order from five to one, who we believe were the most newsworthy in the technology and telecommunications space this year, for good reasons and bad. Also, check out our International Newsmakers

The strong rally in Telkom’s share price has continued, with the counter touching a fresh five-year high of R70 in early trading on the JSE on Tuesday. Since its low point 18 months ago, Telkom’s share price has climbed by just shy of 500%. A R10 000 investment in Telkom on 6 May May 2013, when its

Telkom will launch an LTE Advanced (LTE-A) network, offering next-generation mobile broadband speeds to South African consumers, before the end of the year, the group’s chief operating officer, Brian Armstrong, has announced. Speaking at a consumer broadband

Telkom’s group chief operating officer, Brian Armstrong, says the telecommunications operator is a changed company, one where customer service is not an afterthought but the top priority. “Telkom went off the boil in terms

Telkom, for many years shunned by both institutional and retail investors, appears to have shed its poor image in the investment community, with the market rushing to snap up its shares on the expectation of a significant turnaround in its fortunes. The share price was trading up by more than 6% in lunchtime trading on the JSE on Tuesday