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Stability at board and management levels at Telkom was needed to turn the parastatal around as soon as possible, the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) said on Monday. “The PIC has noted the resignation of Telkom CEO

The resignation on Monday of Nombulelo Moholi has been met with dismay by industry analysts, who have praised the outgoing Telkom group CEO while at the same time expressing alarm and cautioning that government must announce its intentions for the company sooner rather

Telkom needs to find a “worthy successor” to CEO Nombulelo Moholi, trade union Solidarity said on Monday. “Moholi is one of several Telkom CEOs who have resigned over the past year and her resignation will contribute to further instability in the company,” spokesman

Telkom must be fully privatised to prevent the company from being plunged into a crisis, the DA said on Monday. “Should government persist in its naive and dangerous management of Telkom we may well soon see the company come cap-in-hand to parliament

Investors sold off Telkom shares on Monday following the resignation of group CEO Nombulelo Moholi. The share price was almost 3% lower at R17,69 in late morning trade on the JSE, after briefly changing hands at as low as R17,51. Telkom

Telkom CEO Nombulelo Moholi has resigned, becoming the latest in a long string of leaders of the telecommunications group to step down in recent years. Moholi, who is credited with building a strong management team around her and leading a project to upgrade

If there was any doubt that government meddling is an impediment to Telkom’s sustainability and a drag on SA’s competitiveness, it should be removed by communications minister Dina Pule’s downright irresponsible behaviour at the AGM in Midrand last

Telkom agreed to sponsor a series of 12 breakfast events hosted by The New Age newspaper this year for a whopping R1m/breakfast, correspondence in TechCentral’s possession shows. The sponsorship, for the 2012/13 financial year, marks the second year the fixed-line operator has paid

TechCentral founder editor Duncan McLeod and Finweek contributor and ZA Tech Show host Simon Dingle have jointly won the information and communications technology category of the 2012 Classic FM Business Journalist of the Year awards. The awards, which are

Brian Armstrong is the second highest paid member of Telkom’s executive committee after CEO Nombulelo Moholi. Armstrong, who heads Telkom Business, took home R10,5m in the 2012 financial year, of which R2,8m was in the form of a guaranteed package and R6,7m was in fringe and other benefits