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Roy Kruger, technical adviser to communications minister Dina Pule, says Telkom is set to stage a turnaround despite being overstaffed “like all government entities”. He says the Pule has submitted several proposals, including a recommendation, on the company’s future to cabinet. He

Migration from fixed-line services to mobile alternatives continues to hurt Telkom, with the number of fixed lines in service plummeting to less than 3,9m at the end of September from 4,1m a year ago. The operator’s interim results for the six

Telkom has appointed Jabulane Mabuza as its chairman with immediate effect. Mabuza was appointed to the board as a nonexecutive director earlier this week. Mabuza fills the role of chairman left vacant by the resignation at Telkom’s annual general meeting

Telkom is moving quickly to reconstitute its board of directors following government’s move at the company’s recent annual general meeting to block the election or reelection of four of its nonexecutive directors. On Friday, it announced it had appointed Leslie Maasdorp

Telkom has appointed Attila Vitai as MD of its mobile division, which includes Telkom Business Mobile and 8ta. The appointment is effective immediately. According to Telkom, Vitai “brings a wealth of experience with a successful 20-year track record of senior

Telkom now has sufficient directors on its board to elect a new chairman. This follows the appointment of Jabulane Mabuza and Kholeka Mzondeki as directors of the telecommunications operator. Telkom’s board was thrown

Communications minister Dina Pule has moved quickly to distance herself from comments made by her technical adviser, Roy Kruger, at a telecommunications conference in Cape Town on Tuesdaym saying she “learnt with regret” of his remarks

Telkom is in limbo. At the end of May, when government decided not to support the sale of 20% of the group’s equity to Korea’s KT Corp, communications minister Pule was given three months to come up with a strategic plan for the troubled telecommunications operator

Communications minister Dina Pule said on Tuesday that government’s first responsibility as a shareholder in Telkom is to ensure a board of directors is constituted and the company as stabilised. However, she warned that her role is to champion government programmes

Democratic Alliance MP and shadow communications minister Marian Shinn has filed a motion “without notice” asking that parliament debate the privatisation of Telkom “in the interests of rapidly installing high-speed communications infrastructure to benefit service delivery