A new dossier, which apparently makes new allegations about corporate governance problems at Telkom, has prompted the telecommunications group to go on the offensive by issuing a statement
Browsing: Nombulelo Moholi
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
Telkom will accelerate the roll-out of new-generation technologies in its access network to deliver faster broadband over digital subscriber lines to consumers. That’s the word from Telkom SA MD Nombulelo Moholi
Telkom will take the wraps off its new mobile telecommunications network in just three weeks from now, on 14 October, and in the process launch SA’s fourth cellular operator. That’s the obvious conclusion to be drawn from an invitation that the JSE-listed telecoms group issued on Tuesday, in which it has invited media and VIPs to an event at Lanseria airport, north of Johannesburg.
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.
A newsletter Telkom sent to its customers, decrying uncapped broadband, was “very unfortunate” and “a mistake”, says the company’s MD, Nombulelo “Pinky” Moholi. The newsletter, which Telkom customers received with their latest invoices, attacks uncapped broadband providers like MWeb without mentioning them by name
Telkom will boost the speed of its broadband digital subscriber line (DSL) service in mid-August, TechCentral can reveal exclusively. According to Telkom SA MD Nombulelo Moholi, the company has had to delay implementation of the new, higher-speed service because of a network freeze imposed on it as a result of the 2010 soccer World
Telkom has left its broadband line rental and post-paid call rates unchanged while hiking basic line rental costs by about…
JSE-listed fixed-line telecommunications operator Telkom is to petition its regulator, the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa), for special permission…