Browsing: Sipho Maseko

Duncan McLeod
Another chance for Telkom

Telkom is a shadow of the company it once was. As little as 10 years ago, it thoroughly dominated SA’s telecommunications landscape. Today, it’s not even among the top 40 companies listed on the JSE. Its market value has dwindled to such as extent that, at R7,8bn, it’s worth less than 5% of Vodacom, in which it once

Tussle for Telkom top job

There was a tight race between Sipho Maseko and Brian Armstrong for Telkom’s top job, a source claiming to have knowledge of the appointment process has told TechCentral. Telkom confirmed the news of Maseko’s appointment as its new group CEO in a statement to shareholders after TechCentral broke

Telkom to name Maseko as CEO

Sipho Maseko is Telkom’s new group CEO and will take over from outgoing CEO Nombulelo Moholi next week, TechCentral has been told by three separate sources with ties to the telecommunications operator. An announcement about his appointment may be made as soon as this afternoon

Telkom remains stuck in limbo

Telkom’s share price continues to trade at near to all-time record lows as a lack of clarity from government on its plans for the company and uncertainty about who will take over from outgoing CEO Nombulelo Moholi continue to cloud the outlook for investors. Moholi

Surprise as Vodacom SA MD steps down

Vodacom SA MD and group chief operating officer Sipho Maseko is leaving the mobile operator to “pursue other interests” after only nine months in the role. It is unclear who will replace Maseko, where he is going, or what prompted his sudden departure. Maseko, who joined the company in

New Vodacom MD awarded R6,7m in options

Newly appointed Vodacom SA MD Sipho Maseko has been awarded 74 142 shares in the telecommunications group at an average price of R90,37/share, making the allocation worth R6,7m. The shares vest on 25 November 2014. Maseko, who was formerly CEO of BP Southern Africa, took the reins

Sipho Maseko to take reins at Vodacom SA

Vodacom Group has named a BP executive as its new MD to replace Shameel Joosub, who is now the CEO of Vodafone in Spain. The company has been without an MD of its most important operating subsidiary since the beginning of April

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