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The court says Moyo has no reasonable prospects of success.
The High Court in Johannesburg on Tuesday reserved judgment in an urgent bid by former Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo to stop the company from hiring a permanent replacement for him.
Axed Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo has said that he will suffer further reputational harm if Old Mutual company appoints a new CEO while there is an ongoing court battle.
Peter Moyo wants to take his case to the supreme court, and Old Mutual is ready to fight him again.
While Moyo mulls an appeal, a spokesperson for the financial services giant says the ruling confirms it acted properly in terminating his contract.
The judge who ordered Old Mutual to reinstate its axed CEO, Peter Moyo, has recused himself from the insurer’s prolonged legal battle.
The life insurer is appealing a previous ruling ordering it to reinstate its axed chief executive officer because he was not afforded a disciplinary hearing.
The financial services giant earlier announced it has applied for the recusal of Judge Brian Mashile from it legal battle against its former CEO Peter Moyo.
Axed Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo says there is no punishment befitting Old Mutual directors other than six months' jail time, without the option of a fine, on contempt of court charges.
In court papers the insurance giant says there is no chance of a 'future successful relationship'.
Old Mutual says its monitoring the coronavirus impact on a daily basis.
Old Mutual plans to oppose Peter Moyo's urgent application to bar the financial services provider from appointing a new CEO.
Former Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo has filed an urgent application at the Johannesburg High Court, in order to prevent the financial services company from appointing a new permanent CEO.
Although the judgment may at first seem confusing, a careful analysis of its outcome sheds more light, writes Bradley Workman-Davies.
The firm will end 2019 still sparring with ex-Chief Executive Officer Peter Moyo.
The Johannesburg High Court has reserved judgement on the Old Mutual appeal case for 2020. However, lawyers of axed CEO Peter Moyo say it’s already a forgone conclusion that it is an "unwinnable" battle.
The country's second-largest life insurer is hoping to get an earlier high court judgement -ordering it to reinstate its axed CEO, Peter Moyo - thrown out.
The reputation of the PIC which recently faced an inquiry into its affairs, can still be repaired, interim chair Reuel Khoza tells Fin24.
Peter Moyo has been treated badly, but he is still overplaying his hand, says Ferial Haffajee.
Old Mutual shareholders are split on whether the South African insurer should pony up and settle with Chief Executive Officer Peter Moyo or run the risk of a R250m damages claim.
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