President Ramaphosa orders graft probe into EOH’s R470m IT contracts
The Special Investigating Unit announced yesterday it had been authorised to investigate four IT contracts awarded to EOH and its subsidiaries.
Despite SITA, EOH is still getting govt tenders, says CEO
Stephen van Coller believes there’s no reason to blacklist the firm, and has no sympathy for the perpetrators of corruption who left EOH with R4 billion debt.
ICT tenders: SOEs lead the way
This week sees a handful of state-owned entities dominating with multiple requests.
EOH provides update on settling of legacy contracts
This announcement serves to provide an update on the legacy contracts and clarity on recent media articles.
EOH, defence execs face prosecution over dodgy MS software licences
Investigations into contracts awarded by the Department of Defence to EOH uncovered irregularities and overpricing of Microsoft licences amounting to over R40 million.
Defence department’s site remains inaccessible
While the Department of Defence’s Web site has been offline since December, it promises it is working hard to get it up and running again.
ICT Tenders – Set on services
This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees high demand for services from the public sector.
EOH boss sets deadline for investigation conclusion
CEO Stephen van Coller details the challenges of the past few months and his plans to future-proof the business.
EOH launches whistle-blower app, chairman Bohbot resigns
As its drama with Microsoft continues, EOH introduces a whistle-blower app and chairman Asher Bohbot announces his resignation.
Microsoft contract drama hurts EOH stock
The IT services company's share price fell over 10% yesterday as more details emerged about the cancellation of a lucrative Microsoft contract.
US Bill forces tech firms to disclose software probes
The Bill will require companies that have international trades to disclose if they have any foreign software investigations under way.