EOH Holdings CEO held a call with staff at 9am on Tuesday to discuss the interim findings of an investigation by law firm ENSafrica into alleged corruption involving the IT group’s public sector contracts.
EOH Holdings CEO Stephen van Coller will hold a media conference on Tuesday morning at which he is expected to publish the findings of an ENSafrica investigation into alleged corruption in the group’s public sector contracts.
Amid a the worst crisis in its 21-year history, outgoing EOH chairman Asher Bohbot on Wednesday gave an impassioned speech in defence of the troubled company he founded more than two decades ago.
Stephen van Coller has called on anyone with evidence of corruption involving the JSE-listed IT services group to bring it to him as he attempts to “root out” any “historical, unethical business practices”.
EOH Holdings has “proactively initiated” an internal investigation into subsidiary EOH Mthombo’s channel partner business unit after Microsoft served a notice of termination on two agreements with the company last Friday.
EOH Holdings on Friday published an open letter to its stakeholders after its shares were pummelled this week following the news that Microsoft had terminated two partner agreements with its subsidiary, EOH Mthombo. Read the full letter here.