Last year was a tough one for JSE-listed telecoms stocks, with the majority losing value over the year.
MiX Telematics, Cartrack and Naspers were the best performing tech stocks on the JSE during the year, while Adapt IT and EOH fared worst.
Wayne Samson is leaving after 28 years with the company.
The newly-listed company announces its second acquisition in the last week with the purchase of the systems integrator.
The company, which listed on the AltX last week, acquires engineering technology company BluESP.
The group predicts its interim basic earnings per share will be at least 267% higher than a year ago.
The pure data technology company listed on the JSE's AltX this morning.
The JSE is welcoming its first tech listing in years, with 4Sight Holdings set to join the AltX next month.
Vodafone's stake in Vodacom has revert to pre-Safaricom transaction levels, after the majority shareholder sold a 5% stake in the SA telco.?
The High Court rules the company needs to restate its annual financial statements for the years 2010, 2011 and 2012.
More than half of all JSE-listed tech and telecoms stocks have fallen in value over the first six months of 2017.
Vodacom's BEE empowerment scheme saw net profit for the past financial year grow by almost 108% to R289.7 million.