Browsing: Mustek

Mustek has pulled the plug on a plan to delist from the JSE. A consortium led by CEO David Kan and the Trinitas Private Equity Fund had wanted to execute a management buy-out of the technology company and take it private. Kan says during the preparations

JSE-listed technology distributor has unveiled a Windows 7-based tablet computer, the Mecer Xpress, on the same evening Apple announced the iPad 2. But Mustek says the Mecer Xpress is aimed at a

The Competition Commission will not refer any part of Mustek’s complaint about alleged anticompetitive behaviour by rival Hewlett-Packard to the Competition Tribunal. Mustek had accused HP of

Government is reintroducing a 7% ad valorem tax on imported computer monitors, scrapped in 2004, because many people, it says, are using them as television sets. TV sets and monitors

PC assembly and technology distribution company Mustek has surprised markets with its decision, announced on Wednesday, to delist from the JSE after 13 years on the local bourse. However, CEO David Kan tells TechCentral

JSE-listed multinational IT group Datatec has sold 26% of its SA distribution business, Westcon SA, to the Mineworkers Investment Company for R28m.

Nigerian company Zinox Technologies, in which JSE-listed Mustek has a 12% stake, has landed a deal worth R1bn for voter registration machines. Zinox must supply 132 000 machines to Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission

Mustek has rejected a R101m offer from Datatec for distribution business Comztek, in which it holds a 41,8% stake. Datatec first announced its offer to buy Comztek at the beginning of September, offering R97m in its initial bid

Multinational IT group Datatec has continued to improve its performance in line with a recovery in the global economy, boosting revenue in the first half of its financial year by 19%, to US$2,13bn. However, CEO Jens Montanana says the group is looking