Zondo report shows how EOH made ‘donations’ to ANC
The state capture report reveals how the technology services firm made several donations to the ruling party before scoring lucrative government tenders.
Motsepe’s ARC joins consortium to seal R1.5bn fintech deal
African Rainbow Capital will acquire 37% of fintech firm Crossfin through a consortium, for R600 million, in a combination of acquisitive and growth capital.
EOH swings to operating profit as master plan pays off
The technology services group posts a R147 million operating profit, compared to a loss of R1.3 billion a year before, as it rectifies inherited legacy issues.
Former EOH CFO John King dies amid R1.7bn lawsuit
The JSE-listed technology services company expresses its condolences to the family of John King following his passing.
EOH partners with PrimeStars
The companies have teamed up in the Step Up 2 A GREEN START UP programme, which is aimed at inspiring young entrepreneurs to find opportunities in the green economy.
The case for increased automation of the finance function
Automation, machine learning and robotics are forcing the finance function to be more disciplined, deliberate and to execute on a more effective and efficient basis.
RebuildSA, EOH partner to combine technology, real-time support to help rebuild South Africa
EOH partners with RebuildSA to deliver a communications platform from which to instantly engage the growing volunteer base nationally.
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.
EOH gets approval for secondary listing on A2X
The company says the decision to list on A2X will give shareholders access to an additional platform with lower transaction fees.
EOH shrugs off costly graft missteps, expects quality earnings
The embattled tech group expects to post a gross profit margin improvement of four to six percentage points, compared to the prior full year.
EOH shareholders lost R24bn since graft saga started
The company had a share value of R175 at one point and it now stands at R7, says CEO Stephen van Coller, as he clears the corruption mess at the firm.