Browsing: Sipho Maseko

Telkom under pressure in fixed broadband

The number of fixed-line broadband subscribers on Telkom’s infrastructure has dipped back below a million, falling 1.9% year on year to end-September 2017, as competitive pressure in the

Telkom shares plummet on government sale plans

Investors in Telkom gave its shares a dressing down on Tuesday in the wake of continued plans by the government to sell part of its shares in the fixed-line group to fund the bail out of cash-strapped South African

State mulling various options for Telkom sale

Telkom said government is considering various options regarding its 39% stake in the fixed-line operator as it seeks to raise cash to bail out the country’s unprofitable national airline. The state’s shares in the former

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Give Sipho Maseko more money!

People forget that Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko left Vodacom in 2012 under rather strange circumstances. I won’t bore you with the details. But what he has achieved at Telkom since his appointment in April 2013 has

Telkom bosses get millions more

Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko took home total pay in the 2017 financial year of R25.9m, up 78% from R14.5m a year earlier, the company’s annual report, published on Tuesday, shows. Maseko, who took the reins at Telkom

Behind Telkom’s massive restructuring plan

Telkom will soon have a new name. CEO Sipho Maseko is leading a major restructuring at the partly state-owned company that will result in “Telkom” becoming the consumer-facing retail telecommunications brand sitting under a new, “Remgro-style” corporate centre.

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