Blue Label Telecoms is preparing a claim to try to recover an unspecified amount of damages it says it has suffered after losing an exclusive contract with Telkom’s failed
Jeffrey Hedberg is quitting Telkom. The acting group CEO will leave at the end of March, TechCentral has learnt exclusively from reliable senior sources at the JSE-listed telecommunications group
Things have gone awry at Telkom. It’s already facing a growing barrage of lawsuits and competition complaints, and anonymous dossiers leaked to the media in recent weeks suggest a deeper malaise. Can the group be fixed?
Telkom acting CEO Jeffrey Hedberg says the telecommunications group is implementing a five-year plan to refocus its energy on growing commercial returns. He says despite the troubles of recent weeks, management and Telkom
Telkom has been plunged into crisis following the release of damaging dossiers that accuse top management of poor decision-making and even corrupt and irregular dealings
Episode 17 of TalkCentral, TechCentral’s weekly podcast, is ready to go. This week Duncan McLeod and Candice Jones talk about the decision by a Southern African
Blue Label Telecoms will take legal action to recover an unspecified amount of damages it says it has suffered after losing an exclusive contract with Telkom’s failed Nigerian operation, Multi-Links.
Telkom will exit the consumer wireless market in Nigeria. The group says it wants to quit the code division multiple access (CDMA) business in the West African country as soon as possible.
The launch of mobile operator 8ta and a wage agreement with trade unions will hit Telkom’s earnings in the six months to 30 September 2010, the JSE-listed telecommunications group has warned.
Could former SABC CEO Dali Mpofu or former Vodacom CEO Alan Knott-Craig be approached to take the reins at listed telecommunications group Telkom? Mpofu and Knott-Craig are two of the high-profile people external to Telkom whose names have been linked to the job in recent weeks.