Browsing: Jonas Bogoshi

Jonas Bogoshi, CEO of JSE-listed technology group Gijima, will step down at the end of the year after five years in the job. In a statement to shareholders, the group’s board says there will be a formal handover period of three months to a new CEO. It has

JSE-listed IT services company Gijima has warned it’s going to have to cut jobs to reduce its payroll costs by between 8% and 12%. As part of what it calls an “internal people optimisation strategy”, Gijima plans to “streamline” its operations and restructure its

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela will probe the “flawed” R2,4bn IT tender, “Who Am I Online?”, awarded to technology group Gijima. The contract was awarded in 2007 and later cancelled after costs ballooned. According to City Press newspaper, Madonsela will investigate whether Gijima CEO Jonas Bogoshi

Listed SA IT company Gijima has formed a partnership with US company MobileIron as it ups its focus on the consumerisation of IT in business. Founded in 2007 and based in California, MobileIron provides mobile device management and security to large corporations

Listed technology company Gijima has plunged deep into the red, reporting a headline loss of 21,73c/share in the year to June 2011 on the back of the settlement of a controversial IT deal with the department of home affairs. The company was

One of SA’s largest listed IT companies, Gijima, on Monday withdrew a cautionary statement that it was involved in discussions that could have had an effect on its share price. All discussions have been “terminated”. Rumours have circulated in recent weeks that

One of SA’s larger listed IT companies, Gijima, is giving free Apple iPad 2 tablet computers to all its employees and lessening its reliance on laptop computers as the consumerisation of IT in business gathers pace. The idea, apparently, is to position the company

Technology services company Gijima has renewed a cautionary notice to shareholders, warning that it is in discussions that could affect its share price. JSE-listed Gijima first issued the notice on 1 April, in

A cryptic cautionary statement issued to shareholders on Friday sent JSE-listed technology group Gijima’s share price soaring more than 14%. But analysts are baffled about what Gijima is up to. The share price climbed 9c

Gijima, the IT company controlled by controversial businessman Robert Gumede, is seen as too important to be allowed to fail, according to a source familiar with the thinking behind this week’s deal between the company