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Telkom’s annual general meeting got off to a bang on Friday after controversial former chairman Jeff Molobela withdrew his bid to be re-elected as the director, accusing the company’s board of violating due process. The move comes after Telkom’s board took the unusual step of

Newly appointed Telkom group chief financial officer Jacques Schindehütte has promised to work with CEO Nombulelo Moholi to bring stability to the management team at the partially privatised telecommunications operator. The leadership

Telkom has appointed Jacques Schindehutte, until recently group financial director at Absa, as its new chief financial officer, replacing Peter Nelson, who resigned last year. He will take up the post on 1 August. Schindehutte, who helped oversee

Two top ex-Telkom executives, former group CEO Reuben September and former chief financial officer Peter Nelson, are set to stage a dramatic comeback to the telecommunications industry. TechCentral has learnt from well-placed industry

Telkom’s board is widely expected to appoint Nombulelo “Pinky” Moholi, MD of its SA operation, as its new group CEO, a move analysts say is great news for the partially state-owned fixed-line telecommunications

Vodacom SA’s executive commercial director Romeo Kumalo is no longer in the race to take over as group CEO at Telkom, senior sources close to the fixed-line operator say. Speculation has run rife in recent weeks

It’s official! Businessman Lazarus Zim is Telkom’s new nonexecutive chairman, replacing Jeff Molobela. He has been appointed to the position for a 12-month period by government

Telkom looks set for a big management shake-up in the next few months as government moves to appoint a permanent CEO and a chairman to lead the telecommunications group. The two crucial roles are likely to be filled

Telkom’s chief financial officer, Peter Nelson, is stepping down from Telkom six weeks before has contract was due to expire. But Nelson says there’s “nothing untoward” about his decision to leave early. The JSE-listed telecommunications group used a stock exchange news service announcement on Thursday afternoon to break the news.