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Suspended Telkom CFO’s hearing to conclude by year end

Jacques Schindehutte, Telkom's suspended chief financial officer, expects a disciplinary process into his alleged misconduct to wrap up before 2015.

Telkom boss ordered to attend corporate governance course

Telkom chief executive Sipho Maseko has been ordered to attend a corporate governance course or face a R1-million fine or criminal prosecution.

Telkom CFO defends loan procedure, says superiors signed off

The granting of a R6-million loan to the now suspended Telkom executive was supported by both the chairperson and head of its remuneration committee.

Suspended Telkom CFO to immediately repay R6-million loan

A loan extended to the suspended Telkom executive may have been in breach of the Companies Act, but the CFO says he followed the correct procedure.

Telkom gave suspended CFO R6m loan during investigation

A R6-million interest-free loan was given to suspended CFO Jacques Schindehutte while he was being probed for misconduct, confirms Telkom.

Telkom’s suspended CFO: I chose not to resign

Before being suspended, Telkom chief financial officer Jacques Schindehütte says he refused an offer that would have allowed him to resign.

Telkom shares plummet after CFO’s suspension over ‘certain allegations’

Telkom's share prices have plunged after its CFO, Jacques Schindehutte, was suspended after a probe into undisclosed allegations against him.

Jacques Schindehutte to head up Telkom’s finance

Telkom says it has appointed former Absa group financial director Jacques Schindehutte as its new chief financial officer and director.

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