The problems with communications regulator Icasa’s invitation to apply for the Woan licence are so significant that we might be witness to a process that will produce a stillborn entity. By Vuyani Jarana.
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Vuyani Jarana, the former chief officer of Vodacom Business and former CEO of South African Airways, has invested in mobile telecommunications infrastructure supplier Mobax.
Vodacom Group on Thursday rubbished a report suggesting its CEO, Shameel Joosub, will soon leave the helm of the telecommunications operator to take on a new role as CEO of Vodafone Africa.
Top South African businessmen called upon to help save ailing state-owned companies are abandoning their posts, frustrated by indecision and political interference.
An exodus of CEOs during the economic downturn is becoming alarming, particularly as there are apparently so few ready replacements.
South African Airways CEO Vuyani Jarana has quit the financially stricken state-owned company, citing a lack of funding and drop in government support for the carrier’s turnaround plan.
South African Airways will create three distinct business units focusing on domestic flights, pan-African travel and other international routes as the debt-laden airline battles to repair its balance sheet.
South Africa is seeking to raise as much as R4bn from the sale of part of its 39% stake in Telkom to raise funds for the country’s unprofitable state airline and post office, according to two people familiar with the
After reports emerged in recent days that Vodacom Business chief officer Vuyani Jarana may not yet have signed an employment contract to take over as CEO of South African Airways, the mobile operator has made
Vuyani Jarana is leaving Vodacom to take the reins at troubled state-owned airline South African Airways. Jarana, who has headed Vodacom enterprise business since 2012, will take the helm at the national carrier