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Telkom appoints turnaround specialist as acting CEO
Telkom appoints turnaround specialist as acting CEO
Telkom has appointed Jeffrey Hedberg, head of its struggling Nigerian unit, as acting group chief executive to replace Reuben September.
Telkom CEO Reuben September to retire
Telkom CEO Reuben September to retire
Telkom group CEO Reuben September will retire from his position and resign his directorship at the expiry of his contract in November 2010.
Telkom aims to save R2-billion in costs
Telkom aims to save R2-billion in costs
Telkom aims to save R2-billion over two years through cost cutting measures that include merging its smaller African units, its CFO said on...
Telkom and AT&T get engaged
Telkom and AT&T get engaged
Telkom and the United States company AT&T have announced the creation of a strategic partnership to explore ways to expand their telecommunications...
An April Fool's Telkom breakfast
An April Fool's Telkom breakfast
Was it an April Fool's Day joke?
Telkom shareholders approve Vodacom sale
Telkom shareholders approve Vodacom sale
Telkom shareholders have agreed to sell 15% of the company's stake in cellphone company Vodacom to the United Kingdom-based Vodafone Group, Telkom...
Telkom denies reports of shady deal
Telkom denies reports of shady deal
Telkom on Monday denied any wrongdoing in a multibillion-rand tender that would help improve its broadband services.
Just can't get enough
Just can't get enough
While the American government is buying into banks, South Africa's government is investing in cellphone operators.
Telkom offloads Vodacom
Telkom offloads Vodacom
It must be divorce season. First Mosiuoa Lekota announces his departure from the ANC and now Telkom has announced that they're separating from...
Nigerian tycoon eyes Telkom
Nigerian tycoon eyes Telkom
Nigerian tycoon Mike Adenuga wants to buy South African fixed-line operator Telkom so he can merge his cellphone company Globacom with Telkom's...
A marriage made in heaven
A marriage made in heaven
Zain Mobile is coming. The question is, will they partner with Telkom?
Telkom unveils R1,7bn deal with Absa
Telkom unveils R1,7bn deal with Absa
Retail bank Absa and Telkom, Africa's largest integrated communications company, have signed a five-year contract for the provision of an integrated end-to-network solution, the parties said on Monday....

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