Following its dramatic fall from grace, EOH’s new management team has dug in deep, swept clean and driven a commendable operating turnaround.
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While plenty has been spoken around ARC’s fee structure, not enough has been asked about its valuation of Rain. By Keith McLachlan.
EOH has been accused of ignoring calls for an independent investigation into a subsidiary company, Healthshare Health Solutions, which is accused of sabotaging a client’s business.
Blue Label Telecoms, the JSE-listed company that now owns 45% of Cell C, said on Thursday that it expects core headline earnings per share for the six months ended 30 November 2017 to double compared to
After Checkers pioneered the introduction of Black Friday - the US shopping day after Thanksgiving – in South Africa in 2014, we’ve seen other retailers steadily adopt the sales “event”. This year, however, practically every retail chain in the country
Small cap IT company Adapt IT is on track to achieve its revenue goal of R3bn by 2020, says CEO Sbu Shabalala. It is an ambitious objective considering the company turned over R803m in its financial year to June
Some companies are more robust in the face of a consumer downturn than others, and companies that provide vital services are always going to fare better than those that rely on discretionary spend. Software and service provider Adapt IT is proving that
Troubled IT company Gijima’s share price tumbled to as low as 7c on 2 April following an unexpected R123m loss as well as a proposed rights offer for a R150m cash injection. The loss is the most recent in a string of challenges faced by the company, which appeared to begin in 2010 with the cancellation of a R2,1bn contract with the home affairs department