Browsing: Eileen Wilton

The board of Gijima, the technology group now 100% owned and controlled by businessman Robert Gumede, will sign off on its multi-year turnaround at the end of the financial year to June 2016, its

One has to wonder if Eileen Wilton, the eminently likeable CEO of Gijima, rues the day she joined the company as chief operating officer in June 2012. Within months of her taking on the role, Gijima’s then-CEO, Jonas Bogoshi

The State IT Agency (Sita), the government body meant to co-ordinate government’s IT spending, is “dysfunctional”. This is hurting both government departments and the companies that supply technology services to government. This is the view of Gijima

Eileen Wilton, Gijima’s long-serving interim CEO, has been named to the position on a permanent basis by the troubled IT company’s board of directors. Wilton, who previously held the position of chief information officer at both Old Mutual and Anglo American, was acting

Gijima posted a huge, R210,8m loss for its 2013 financial year to June, but management promises its turnaround efforts are starting to bear fruit and says this view is supported through investments from key shareholders. Chairman Robert Gumede says he has put R75m

Gijima’s management team is “confident” it has taken the “correct strategic decisions” to get the company “back on track”, despite reporting a massive R210,8m loss in the financial year ended 30 June 2013, from a much smaller loss of R50,6m in 2012

Attention is turning to troubled IT services company Gijima as it prepares to report its results to the year ended 30 June 2013 in the next few weeks. Investors will be looking for signs that the company, which is without a permanent CEO or chief financial officer, has begun to be stabilised following the recent

Financially troubled IT services group Gijima has lost its long-serving chief financial officer, Carlos Ferreira, who is stepping down after eight years in the role. The move comes just two months after Gijima shareholders approved a rights offer, meant to raise R150m in order to meet its “funding

Shareholders in financially troubled technology services company Gijima have given the green light to its proposed rights offer, in which it’s raising R150m “to ensure compliance with all its funding covenants” and to finance its working capital requirements. Gijima announced the rights offer at the