EOH ready to put the ugly past behind as it regains public and private sector clients

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EOH CEO Stephen van Coller says the company can finally put its ugly past of dodgy public sector contracts behind it. PHOTO: LERATO MADUNA
EOH CEO Stephen van Coller says the company can finally put its ugly past of dodgy public sector contracts behind it. PHOTO: LERATO MADUNA
LERATO MADUNA

A leaner and less indebted EOH - one which Stephen van Coller believes has its legacy issues under control - turned to profit for the first time since the current CEO and financial director were brought in to clean up the mess left by the company's involvement in dodgy government contracts.

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