Last week’s announcement by Sekunjalo’s African Equity Empowerment Investments that BT Group was not entitled to claim back the 30% stake in BT South Africa held by AEEI was a little puzzling.
Britain’s BT Group – formerly British Telecom – has terminated its relationship with Iqbal Survé’s Sekunjalo Group, ending its longstanding relationship with the firm.
The high court has ruled that Ayo Technology Solutions’ bid to overturn First National Bank’s decision last month to close the JSE-listed technology group’s banking facilities will not be heard on an urgent basis.
It turns out the relationship between former Public Investment Corp head Dan Matjila and Iqbal Survé’s Sekunjalo Group was as value-destroying as feared by most commentators.
An unidentified hacker group has made most of the South African Press Association’s archives publicly available and searchable for free, violating the copyright of new owner Sekunjalo Investment Holdings. The group says
Sekunjalo Investment Holdings has made a bid to acquire the news agency operations of the South African Press Association (Sapa) in order to form a new company with participation by other media houses, its chairman announced on Monday. “We intend to take Sapa into territory
Independent Newspapers on Thursday accused Mail & Guardian owner Trevor Ncube of seeking a public spat because he had failed to acquire a portion of it. “Since the failure of his attempted acquisition of a portion of our
Independent Newspapers’ group executive editor Karima Brown on Wednesday accused Mail & Guardian owner Trevor Ncube of telling an “odd bare-faced lie”. “Mr Ncube has called to question the integrity and professionalism of the Independent journalists who have produced our stories on his
Keith Matthews, MD of BT in South Africa and GM of the UK-headquartered firm’s sub-Saharan Africa region, is stepping down at the end of the month. He will be replaced by a senior technology industry figure on 1 May, but the company is not naming his
Tony Howard has been appointed as Independent Newspapers’ deputy executive chairman, the company said on Tuesday. The position of group CEO would fall away immediately as a result of Howard’s appointment, executive chairman Iqbal Survé said in a statement. Howard was the