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The high court in Pretoria has overturned a controversial 2019 decision by former trade & industry minister Rob Davies that gave Telkom privileged black economic empowerment status by the government.
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elkom, taking the next step in a four-year turnaround under CEO Sipho Maseko, will overhaul its structure to spur profit and may consider offering stock in some of its units in the future. A new holding company format
The Black Business Council has lashed out at Telkom over the departure of BCX (formerly Business Connexion) CEO Isaac Mophatlane, accusing the telecommunications operator of “an attack on black excellence”. Telkom said on Sunday
In a surprise development, Isaac Mophatlane, CEO of Telkom subisidiary BCX (formerly Business Connexion), has resigned. Mophatlane, the twin brother of late former BCX CEO Benjamin Mophatlane, has led the company
Telkom’s ICT services arm, Business Connexion, has been rebranded simply as BCX. The decision comes just months after Telkom said it would change the name of the company to Telkom Business
Telkom has given R1bn in financial assistance to its IT services subsidiary Business Connexion, it said on Monday. The money will be used by BCX, among other things, to meet working capital requirements. Telkom
National treasury and Telkom have concluded negotiations on the existing contract for fixed-line telecommunications services for national and provincial departments. In a statement on Monday, national treasury said the
Telkom said first-half earnings rose 20% as South Africa’s biggest landline provider reported a maiden profit for its faster-growing mobile business. Earnings per share excluding one-time items were R3,36 in the six months