There is no link between the decision by Huge Group acting financial director Yvette Neveling to resign and its announcement just hours later that the company has failed to publish in 2011 financial results within the deadline prescribed by the JSE, says CEO
Siemens has declined to comment on a decision by the department of labour to terminate its 10-year IT contract with the German-owned firm, saying it has not seen a report which recommended
The department of labour will not renew its 10-year IT contract with Siemens and plans to seek redress for failures by the electronics giant in the 22 months before it runs out. This route was recommended by KPMG in a report handed
Microsoft’s proposed R472m black empowerment deal will finally come to fruition after months of delays and discussions with the department of trade & industry. Microsoft was supposed to announce the names of four
Microsoft is waiting for the department of trade & industry to give it the go-ahead for its empowerment plan where it wants to invest nearly R500m in several local black-owned software development companies.
Microsoft will at the end of August announce the names of the black-owned SA companies into which it plans to invest nearly R500m. That’s the word from Microsoft SA spokesman Adrian Wainwright, who says the company has received more than 650 applications from interested IT companies.