IT services firm Gijima has hired IBM’s former Southern Africa head Hamilton Ratshefola as its new group managing executive, replacing Maphum Nxumalo.
A bribes-for-contracts scandal involving Neotel and Transnet should be referred to law enforcement for further action, the state capture commission has recommended.
IT services company Gijima said on Thursday that it has been given the green light by the Competition Commission to acquire rival T-Systems South Africa.
Gijima, the IT services group founded by businessman Robert Gumede, has agreed to acquire the South African subsidiary of T-Systems, the IT services arm of German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom.
Deutsche Telekom’s T-Systems computer services unit is cutting more than a quarter of its positions to reduce costs after draining money for years. The unit will cut as many as 10 000 jobs, of which
Former Gijima CEO Jonas Bogoshi and former T-Systems vice president Michael Buttner have joined Telkom’s ICT services business BCX as chief revenue officer and chief operating officer respectively. BCX said on
Deutsche Telekom is considering selling part of its T-Systems unit in a move that could see the German phone company shed a legacy IT business, according to people familiar with the matter. Deutsche Telekom’s management is considering
In a dramatic move of support for Pravin Gordhan, 81 CEOs pledged support for the finance minister days before he presents his mini budget and a week before he appears in court on fraud charges. “We stand as one for the rule
Former Gijima CEO Jonas Bogoshi has been appointed as country manager of EMC Southern Africa. He joins the local subsidiary of the US-headquartered EMC from T-Systems, where he was vice-president
Eskom service provider T-Systems has announced a temporary extension of its contract with the electricity parastatal. T-Systems is a technology solutions provider and has been at the centre of controversy where media reports have indicated