Huge Group is hiring senior Reunert executive Andy Openshaw as its new chief operating officer. He will join Huge when his restraints of trade with Reunert are either waived or fulfilled.
Reunert lifted revenue by 7% in the 2018 financial year to R10.49-billion, buoyed by improvements in the JSE-listed group’s ICT and applied electronics segments.
Reunert, the JSE-listed electronics and electrical engineering company, will acquire wireless broadband service provider SkyWire Technologies. The value of the deal has not been disclosed. SkyWire mainly serves
Engineering, electronics and technology group Reunert has thumbed its nose at the weak South African economic climate, hiking its dividend by 8.6% to R3.54/share (before withholding
Diversified electronics, electrical and technology group Reunert has hiked its interim gross cash dividend by 7,6% to R1,13/share after reporting a year-on-year improvement in its results for the six months ended 31 March 2016. The group, which owns
Reunert, the holding company of Nashua, ECN, PanSolutions and other brands, intends using the billions of rand on its balance sheet – including the proceeds of the sale of Nashua Mobile
Reunert has delivered a robust earnings performance for the year ended 30 September 2015, despite a weak macroeconomic environment. Headline earnings per share (EPS) climbed by 16%, well ahead of revenue growth of 7%, it said on Monday. Headline EPS from continuing operations
Growth in operating profit from continuing operations, coupled with additional proceeds from the sale of Nashua Mobile subscribers and interest earned on the full proceeds, have underpinned Reunert’s results in the six months ended March 2015
AppChat founder John Holdsworth has been denied leave to appeal against a judgment in his high-profile legal battle with Reunert, the JSE-listed company that bought ECN Telecommunications, a company he founded and led until 2011. The decision to deny
Outspoken AppChat founder John Holdsworth has challenged SA’s incumbent mobile operators to do away with peak and off-peak rates and adopt “pay-for-what-you-use” models. “Overage”, where operators charge higher out-of-bundle rates once contract users have exhausted their voice, SMS and data