Questions are swirling after Telkom said this week that, for the first time since its listing on the JSE in March 2003, it will not hold a presentation to talk about its interim financial results, which are due to be published on Monday. The results presentations, held every
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If Korea’s KT Corp (formerly Korea Telecom) were to take a 20% stake in Telkom, it would on balance be a positive development for the JSE-listed telecommunications operator, analysts polled by TechCentral said on Friday. Telkom told shareholders on Friday morning before the
JSE-listed technology services business, EOH, has grown its market capitalisation to R1bn off the back of a strong set of financial results. The company’s share price today climbed 2.4% to R12,80 at the time of writing, nudging its market cap just past the R1bn mark.