If a sale is being seriously considered, it’s worth asking: who would want to buy EOH, and who could afford it?
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IT services firm Gijima has hired IBM’s former Southern Africa head Hamilton Ratshefola as its new group managing executive, replacing Maphum Nxumalo.
IT services company Gijima said on Thursday that it has been given the green light by the Competition Commission to acquire rival T-Systems South Africa.
Gijima, the IT services group founded by businessman Robert Gumede, has agreed to acquire the South African subsidiary of T-Systems, the IT services arm of German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom.
The board of Gijima, the technology group now 100% owned and controlled by businessman Robert Gumede, will sign off on its multi-year turnaround at the end of the financial year to June 2016, its
Former MTN Group CEO Sifiso Dabengwa and two other well-known ICT industry executives, Alan Farthing and Clive Butkow, have joined the board of the recently delisted technology group Gijima
Technology group Gijima, which plans to delist from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange soon, is in trouble with the bourse after failing to submit its interim report within the three-month period stipulated
Long-troubled technology group Gijima looks set to delist from the JSE after chairman Robert Gumede’s Yebo Guma Investments made an offer on Tuesday evening to buy out the remaining minority shareholders. Guma has
One has to wonder if Eileen Wilton, the eminently likeable CEO of Gijima, rues the day she joined the company as chief operating officer in June 2012. Within months of her taking on the role, Gijima’s then-CEO, Jonas Bogoshi
Gijima’s share price plunged by 36% on Monday, reaching a new record low of 9c/share, as investors fret about the struggling technology services company’s ability to survive. The share has come under considerable pressure in recent weeks as it gears up for a second rights offer in as many years. A rights offer is a way