Peter Moyo

Old Mutual wins appeal against axed chief executive, Peter Moyo

The former chief executive must pay the company’s legal costs acquired in the six-month battle that harmed investor confidence

Axed Moyo meets with Old Mutual shareholders

Moyo said that some of the shareholders of the company wanted to hear his side of the story

Moyo lawyers: Manuel in contempt of court

Old Mutual and Moyo to face off again in 30 days

Manuel: Moyo is welcome… to drink coffee

The on-again-off-again Old Mutual chairperson does not have access to his office

Why South African law on directors’ delinquency is open to abuse

For the first time in SA company law, courts can declare directors delinquent. This new remedy must not be abused by those with the power to use it

Shareholders lose out as Moyo vs Old Mutal drags on

There is no winner in the former chief executive and company's battle, but the biggest losers are the shareholders

Mpofu — Old Mutual should reinstate Moyo

The savings and investment group is seeking leave to appeal the interim reinstatement of Moyo as its chief executive

Old Mutual says Moyo can’t return because he is busy suing them

The financial services company seeks to overturn Moyo’s reinstatement as CEO, citing the breakdown of relationship between Moyo and the board

Moyo: I don’t know why the board does not want me back

Talks between Moyo and Old Mutual regarding his reinstatement reached a deadlock on Wednesday

Moyo back at the Old Mutual offices in Johannesburg

The CEO was reinstated on Tuesday by the Johannesburg high court after being dismissed in June

Old Mutual suspends chief executive citing ‘breakdown in trust’

In a SENS announcement on Friday, Old Mutual said the board had various engagements with Peter Moyo which led to the decision of his suspension.

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