Podcast | For the past two years, Stephen van Coller has been holding down one of the toughest CEO jobs in South Africa – attempting to lead IT services group EOH Holdings out of dire straits.
Browsing: Steven Powell
Suspicious payments flowed to a company owned by Johannesburg mayor Geoff Makhubo and to the ANC in the months directly before and after EOH landed major contracts with the city.
Former EOH executive Jehan Mackay has taken centre stage in corruption allegations involving payments to senior ANC figures, including Zizi Kodwa and a former personal assistant to ex-President Jacob Zuma.
Three hours, around 100 people, 1 400 Japanese ATMs and 1 600 counterfeit credit cards, was all it took for fraudsters to exploit Standard Bank in Japan. The bank, which stands to lose up to R300m, described the attack as a “sophisticated
Eyebrows have been raised at possible corporate breaches around the purchase of Shanduka Group’s minority stake in MTN Nigeria. Now a legal expert has warned that the holding company may have bigger problems making sure its agreement complies with new local and international legislation
The South African economy loses about R150bn per year to white collar crime, most of which can be attributed to technology security breaches within a business. That’s the word from Steven Powell, head of forensics at law firm Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs.