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EOH unveils R1-billion BEE deal

EOH and prospective black-owned equity partner Lebashe have amended their planned empowerment deal. Lebashe will now invest R1-billion in the JSE-listed technology services group.

Podcasts
TalkCentral: Ep 227 – ‘Attack of the EU Vogons’

In this episode of TalkCentral, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg unpack the European Union’s record €4.3-billion fine against Google over Android – is it justified, or is the EU simply interfering in a market that doesn’t need regulating?

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EOH appoints Stephen van Coller as new CEO

MTN’s Stephen van Coller will join EOH as its new group CEO, effective from 1 September. He resigned as a vice president at MTN Group on Thursday after two years with the mobile telecommunications provider.

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Stephen van Coller resigns from MTN

Stephen van Coller will leave MTN Group at the end of August. Vice president for digital services, data analytics and business development, he has resigned to take up a group CEO position at another JSE-listed company.

In-depth
Can MTN become Africa’s biggest bank?

When the continent’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, MTN, appointed Rob Shuter as group CEO, Stephen van Coller as one of its vice presidents and Ralph Mupita as chief financial officer in 2016, the strategy was plain

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Shuter shakes up MTN management team

MTN Group senior executive Stephen van Coller said his role has been changed to head of digital services at Africa’s biggest wireless operator, seven months after he joined the company as head of strategy. The former investment banking

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MTN bosses rake in millions

MTN’s interim group executive chairman, Phuthuma Nhleko, took home more than R72m in the 2016 financial year, during which time he acted as CEO and as chairman of the crisis-hit emerging markets telecommunications

In-depth
Shuter takes reins at troubled MTN

MTN Group’s new CEO, Rob Shuter, begins work on Monday morning, taking the reins from interim executive chairman Phuthuma Nhleko at a time of considerable operational challenges at Africa’s biggest telecommunications operator. Shuter, until

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MTN severs ties with partner Tyme

MTN Group will look for new ways to bring banking services to its customers’ mobile phones in South Africa after severing ties with Australian-owned partner Tyme. Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator scrapped the

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