Browsing: Nashua

Nashua Mobile is to offer Nokia handsets with unlimited e-mail, Internet browsing, social networking and instant messaging for a fixed rate of R59/month in a move clearly aimed at Nokia rival Research in Motion, whose BlackBerry smartphones are available on

JSE-listed technology and telecommunications group Reunert paid R171,9m for privately held ECN Telecommunications, its 2011 financial results show. Of this, R107,8m was in the form of goodwill, which means Reunert attached a fair market value to ECN of R64,1m

Andy Baker has become the third top executive at JSE-listed technology and telecommunications group Reunert to quit in as many months, following the departure of CEO Nick Wentzel in September and commercial director Gerrit Oosthuizen last month. Baker, who will

TechCentral’s business technology podcast, TalkCentral, is back for another bumper show this week. Your hosts Duncan McLeod and Craig Wilson talk about Nokia World, the iPhone 4S coming to SA, the new Samsung Galaxy Note and Ubuntu Linux

Old Mutual has signed a huge IT outsourcing deal with Dimension Data, which is being supported by partners Telkom and Nashua. The contract, worth R2,5bn over its five-year term, will result in Didata and partner Telkom managing

JSE-listed Reunert, which owns Nashua Mobile and other technology companies, has bought back another 3% of its ordinary share capital for R392,8m. The purchase brings to

Mike Brown, MD of wireless telecommunications operator Broadlink, has come a long way from his place of birth in Chingola in Zambia’s copper belt. Brown, 44, who spent the early part of his career at electronics group Nashua, is hoping to build Broadlink, a subsidiary of WBS Holdings in which he holds a minority stake, into a significant alternative infrastructure operator in the business market in SA