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1:20
Monday

iOCO partners with Proofpoint

Proofpoint's security posture focuses on the people component of the cyber security risk framework.

4:10

EOH converts shipping containers to COVID-19 ICU units

The company is remodelling shipping containers to use them as intensive care units for critically ill COVID-19 patients.

3:20

EOH supports corporate SA with release of Sikhona

The corporate crisis-management app will help companies manage the safe return to work of staff and enable employers to make informed data-driven decisions.

6:30

Acquisitions and mergers continue amid COVID-19

Accenture, Apple, NetApp and Cisco Systems are among the companies continuing on their acquisition paths.

4:10

Samsung customer call centre delivers exceptional performance

Working closely with Samsung, the iOCO team led a smooth transition from the office call centre environment to a work-from-home scenario within 48 hours.

3:10
Apr 21, 2020

EOH continues to reduce debt, improve liquidity

The company has disposed of its 30% stake in Construction Computer Software and the entirety of its ownership of LSD Information Technology.

3:40

Debt-ridden EOH raises R240m in latest assets sale

The firm disposes of its 30% stake in Construction Computer Software for R144 million, and the entirety of its ownership of LSD for R96 million.

1:30

EOH provides the technology solutions behind South Africa’s Solidarity Fund portal

Following a call from government, EOH and its subsidiary iOCO galvanised its teams and built a Web presence for the Solidarity Fund in under 48 hours.

3:50
Apr 14, 2020

SA’s tech CEOs heed ‘Thuma Mina’ Solidarity Fund call

Local executives in the technology industry are slashing their salaries for the coming months in response to the president’s Solidarity Fund.

5:20

Economics lesson sparks idea for SA fashion brands online store

NOWNOW eyes expansion into other fashion hubs, as it charts its journey to becoming the biggest African online marketplace for fashion designers and brands.

5:00

How EOH plans to service R2.9bn debt burden

The IT services company has R2.9 billion worth of debt, and its aim is to deleverage this by R1.5 billion in the next 18 months.

13:50
Apr 7, 2020

EOH releases interim results

Following the reputational crisis of the last financial year, the EOH Group is pleased to see stabilisation in its customer base and core revenue.