Court suspends liquidation of SA’s R1bn smart factory
The process to liquidate Yekani Manufacturing has been frozen, pending a hearing on the business rescue application.
R1.2m cell tower batteries recovered as MTN fights back
The mobile operator is starting to see success with as many as 143 batteries recovered in January 2020.
Immediate resignations contrary to legal procedures
Employees who resign on notice may be disciplined and even dismissed while serving their notice, says Nicol Myburgh, head of the HR Business Unit at CRS Technologies.
Huawei accused of racketeering, trade secret theft in US
US prosecutors charge Huawei and its subsidiaries with an alleged racketeering conspiracy as well as conspiracy to steal trade secrets.
BCX loses first round in retail pharmacy software fight
The Competition Tribunal issues an order granting interim relief to Vexall against BCX in the dispute over a computer program.
US charges four Chinese military members for Equifax hack
The attackers are being accused of obtaining names, birth dates and social security numbers for nearly half of all American citizens.
MTN’s ‘controversy-free’ time in Nigeria may be short-lived
It is too early to conclude MTN is now off the hook in Nigeria, given the tax case has been referred to other parts of government, say analysts.