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Mustek sees big jump in earnings

JSE-listed technology company Mustek said on Friday that its interim headline earnings per share will jump by as much as 60%. In late January, the company, which assembles its own PCs under

Interview: Mustek CEO David Kan

In the latest episode of the TechCentral podcast, Duncan McLeod chats to a pioneer of the PC industry in South Africa, Mustek founder and CEO David Kan, about 30 years in business. Listen to to the podcast to hear

Mustek rises on earnings update

Shares in Mustek rose more than 4% on the JSE on Tuesday morning after the ICT supplier said headline earnings per share will fall by between 20% and 30% for the six months ended 31 December 2016

Samsung rules smartphone, tablet roost

amsung rules the South African smartphone and tablet market, new research has found. According to research firm the International Data Corp (IDC), the Korean brand has consolidated its position at the top of the local market in the second quarter of 2015

Mustek expects big jump in earnings

Technology company Mustek has told shareholders that it expects to report a strong improvement in headline earnings for the six-month period ended 31 December 2014. “Mustek’s headline earnings per share are expected to be between

Mustek expects leap in earnings

Technology company Mustek expects its headline earnings per share (Heps) have risen by as much as 45% in the 12-month period ended 30 June 2014 compared to the same period a year earlier. In a statement to shareholders on Thursday, the company — which is particularly well known for its Mecer brand of computers — said that it expects that

Gadgets & Reviews
Mecer Xpress Smartlife M785 review: lookalike

South African technology distributor Mustek holds one of South Africa’s oldest PC brands in its stable. Mecer has been a fixture in local computing since 1987 and chances are good you’ve used or even owned a Mecer-branded PC. More recently, the company has started to venture into tablet computing

Rand knocks Mustek earnings

Rand volatility will hit Mustek’s earnings in the financial year ended 30 June 2012, the computer assembler and technology distributor told shareholders on Friday. For the year, Mustek’s headline earnings per share are expected to be between 15% and 25% lower than the headline earnings of 89,39c in the previous year. Basic

Kaya FM turns to tablets on the road

Johannesburg-based radio station Kaya FM has overhauled its outside broadcasting facilities and moved from physical mixing desks and other large and cumbersome interfaces to virtual ones that run on tablet computers. Its new system runs on Mecer Xpress Windows-based slates from Mustek

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