Dimension Data has filed papers against several former top executives, including Jeremy Ord, over the transaction involving the sale of its head office in 2019.
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TechCentral spoke to newly appointed Dimension Data CEO Alan Turnley-Jones about the company’s future in his first media interview since taking the role.
Businessman, entrepreneur, deal maker and advisor Duarte da Silva joins Duncan McLeod on the TechCentral podcast for a wide-ranging discussion about South Africa’s IT industry, with a specific focus on Dimension Data.
Dimension Data executive chairman Jeremy Ord has stepped down from the technology group he co-founded, while a string of other top executives, including co-founder Bruce “Doc” Watson, have also left.
Grant Bodley, the chief executive of Dimension Data Middle & East Africa, has resigned, TechCentral has learnt. Werner Kapp will replace him in the role on 1 April.
Andile Ngcaba, the former chairman of Dimension Data Middle East & Africa, is suing the company over alleged racial discrimination and after it allegedly violated an undertaking over equal pay.
Dimension Data executive chairman Jeremy Ord speaks to TechCentral in a wide-ranging discussion on everything from the aftermath of the 2001 technology crash to corruption in South Africa’s IT industry to his group’s new go-to-market strategy.
Dimension Data has sold its iconic office complex in northern Johannesburg, known as The Campus, to a consortium of black women investors, and announced a major employee share scheme.
Former State IT Agency boss Setumo Mohapi will take over as CEO of Dimension Data’s Internet Solutions with immediate effect, replacing long-serving CEO Saki Missaikos. The move comes amid a major management shake-up at Dimension Data MEA.
Something big is going on at Dimension Data. The IT services group’s Middle East and Africa operations could soon be listed on Johannesburg’s stock exchange, if speculation swirling through the IT industry is correct.