Zunaid Mayet, Rob Godlonton and Pumeza Bam were not implicated in corruption and were not dismissed, EOH Holdings CEO Stephen van Coller said on Tuesday.
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Two of EOH Holdings’ most senior executives have resigned. Zunaid Mayet, a former group CEO and most recently CEO of Nextec, and Rob Godlonton, the CEO of EOH’s ICT business, have quit with immediate effect.
EOH Holdings CEO Stephen van Coller will hold a media conference on Tuesday morning at which he is expected to publish the findings of an ENSafrica investigation into alleged corruption in the group’s public sector contracts.
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.
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.
EOH Holdings, the ICT firm that is splitting into two divisions, will consider spinning off one of the units and trading the shares separately. The Johannesburg-based company plans to lump its ICT businesses
EOH CEO Zunaid Mayet is relinquishing his role as group CEO to take the reins at newly created subsidiary Nextec, the JSE-listed IT services group said in a statement on Wednesday before markets opened
Shareholders in EOH have made their unhappiness known, with sizeable votes against five executive directors and significant resistance to its remuneration policy at Thursday’s annual general
Thank you for listening to the TechCentral podcast. In this episode, Duncan McLeod interviews EOH CEO Zunaid Mayet via Skype on the JSE-listed group’s interim financial results for the six months to 31 January 2018
Former EOH CEO Asher Bohbot will return to the business he founded on a full-time basis to focus on strategy and stakeholder management, the listed technology group said in a statement on Wednesday. Bohbot returns to EOH at a