Sipho Maseko, who announced last week that he will step down as Telkom CEO next year, saved the company from impending ruin. That might sound like an overstatement; it’s not. By Duncan McLeod.
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Telkom has made several new appointments to various board committees following the announcement of the retirement of directors Santie Botha and Khanyisile Kweyama.
Santie Botha and Khanyisile Kweyama are stepping down from the board of Telkom, while Alphonzo Samuels will join the board along with Herman Singh.
Telkom’s share price jumped more than 4% in intraday trading after it announced the appointment of five independent nonexecutive directors to fill posts vacant since October. The share closed up by 3,5%, a rare strong move for a company whose share price has tumbled by almost 45% over the past year
Former Absa deputy CEO Louis von Zeuner — known to his colleagues in the banking industry as “King Louis” — has been named as one of five new business leaders who have joined the board of the partially state-owned telecommunications operator Telkom. Von Zeuner, who is highly respected in the
Outgoing MTN Group marketing director Santie Botha has become the latest in a growing list of senior executives at the JSE-listed cellphone giant to sell shares worth millions of rand. Botha, who announced recently she would leave
Episode 11 of TalkCentral, SA’s business technology podcast, is now available for download or audio streaming. This week your hosts Candice Jones and Duncan McLeod talk about the imminent launch of Telkom’s mobile offerings and its “Heita” marketing campaign.
MTN chief marketing officer Santie Botha has quit after seven years at the cellphone group. She’s leaving to “pursue new endeavours”, according to a statement. Botha was appointed to MTN’s board in 2003