Browsing: Simo Lushaba

Financial woes continue to weigh on the South African Post Office as it has recorded a R1,1bn final loss for the year ended 31 March 2016. The state-owned company has published its financial results

The South African Post Office and its CEO Christopher Hlekane have agreed to part ways, almost a year after he went on “special extended leave” amid a prolonged strike. Post Office chairman Simo Lushaba said in a statement on Tuesday that the contract

The man tasked with turning around the beleaguered South African Post Office has been given another extended term by government. The Post Office was put under administration in November last year after a protracted four-month illegal

The South African Post Office plans to shed more than 5 000 jobs. This is according to their turnaround strategic plan which was presented to the portfolio committee on telecommunications & postal services on

Positioning Post Office outlets in expensive shopping malls has been a big mistake, says the administrator tasked with turning around the struggling state-owned entity. Post Office administrator Simo Lushaba told MPs on parliament’s

South Africa’s failing Post Office has lurched from crisis to crisis in recent years – and there appears to be no end in sight to the malaise. A much-vaunted turnaround strategy, which was supposed to be

The Post Office dismissed six employees who violated a court order during the illegal strike that crippled postal operations in the last quarter of 2014, it said on Wednesday. The dismissal follows an internal disciplinary hearing which resulted from a conviction

Members of the Communication Workers Union employed by the Post Office have embarked on a go-slow, effective Thursday, over grievances, with the union warning that a full-blown strike may be on the cards at the embattled state-owned company. If workers

Parliament’s communications portfolio committee on Tuesday said it was satisfied with the stricken South African Post Office’s progress towards stability. In a statement issued following