Our social development programs are too focused on welfarism and too little on healing the social pain that is overwhelming so many, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
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Telkom Mobile made a profit for the first time in six years. We speak to the man of the moment.
Fin24 users have questioned whether Telkom will really do away with its line rental item cost in consumers’ bills or just absorb the cost in other bill items.
More details have emerged about why the National Prosecuting Authority withdrew car fraud charges against Telkom’s chief executive officer Sipho Maseko.
The state has dropped charges of unlawfully driving a car with falsified number plates against Sipho Maseko after he appeared in a Johannesburg court.
Executives at local telecommunications company Telkom are taking home higher pay while its lower level employees face job cuts and possible salary freezes.
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko has denied allegations of car fraud after reports that he is facing charges of cloning car licence plates to avoid traffic fines.
Telkom has issued retrenchment letters to 105 staff members, according the Communication Workers' Union.
Telkom's shareholder earnings are down 3.3% to 288c for the six months ended September 30, due to the costs of voluntary severance and early retirement packages which came to R288m as well as the related tax impact of R80m.
Telkom executives have met with South African government officials to discuss plans to sell the state's 39% stake.
Although Telkom’s mobile unit is at last profitable, it faces an uphill battle to sustain profitability.
Telecoms network Telkom has given its chief executive officer Sipho Maseko a pay boost amid the company’s strong financial performances under his watch.
The Communication Workers Union wants the chief executive officer of Telkom fired because of an alleged lack of transformation and job cuts at the company.
The chief executive officer of telecommunications company Telkom, Sipho Maseko, has welcomed a decision to drop car fraud charges against him.
Multi-million rand payments made to Telkom’s previously suspended chief financial officer Jacques Schindehütte has trade union Solidarity up in arms.
Sipho Maseko, the chief executive officer of Telkom, has been accused of unlawfully driving a car with falsified licence plates and deceiving law enforcement agencies.
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko has appeared in a Johannesburg court after being summoned to respond to allegations of traffic regulation fraud.
Suspended Telkom chief financial officer Jacques Schindehütte has resigned following an investigation, but he leaves the parastatal with full benefits.
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