Santie Botha and Khanyisile Kweyama are stepping down from the board of Telkom, while Alphonzo Samuels will join the board along with Herman Singh.
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Well, that didn’t take long. Newly appointed (tele)communications minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, has a full-blown crisis on her hands at the SABC – and it’s of her own making.
The SABC board said on Monday that “decisive and appropriate action” will be taken if allegations of fraud and corruption related to a R185m security tender awarded in July 2017 are proven to be true. The Star newspaper
The SABC is in talks with national treasury to secure a guarantee to help it claw its way out of a financial crisis after it failed to pay some of its content suppliers in March and
President Jacob Zuma has appointed five members to the interim board of the SABC, with respected journalists among the people named at a crucial time for the financially troubled broadcaster. Zuma said in a statement on Sunday that
Telkom’s share price jumped more than 4% in intraday trading after it announced the appointment of five independent nonexecutive directors to fill posts vacant since October. The share closed up by 3,5%, a rare strong move for a company whose share price has tumbled by almost 45% over the past year
Former Absa deputy CEO Louis von Zeuner — known to his colleagues in the banking industry as “King Louis” — has been named as one of five new business leaders who have joined the board of the partially state-owned telecommunications operator Telkom. Von Zeuner, who is highly respected in the