EOH looks to renew cancelled Microsoft contract

The JSE-listed company has initiated discussions with Microsoft in a bid to renew their software licensing partnership.


EOH blacklists 50 corruption-linked partners

The IT services company blacklists and suspends payments to enterprise development partners that it says were involved in shady dealings.


EOH’s BEE partner shelves R250m investment

Lebashe Investment Group has decided against a third round of investment in troubled IT services firm EOH.

11 Oct

EOH files criminal charges against corrupt employees

The JSE-listed company is proceeding with criminal charges and other legal processes to recover losses caused by employee corruption.

2 Oct

Service desk agents in battle with EOH over non-payment

The employees allege the IT services company has not paid them their salaries since May.

Sep 3, 2019

EXCLUSIVE: EOH, Qlik enter marriage of convenience

After the companies last month announced they are ending their contractual relationship, they have now entered into a new non-exclusive arrangement.

Aug 15, 2019

More problems at EOH as Qlik cancels contract

US-based software provider Qlik and EOH have ended their contractual relationship due to “commercial differences”.

Aug 6, 2019

EOH Payroll ensures compliance, efficiency and accuracy with Qlik

Qlik has empowered us to develop a payroll governance, audit and management tool, which can serve as a replicable model internally and commercially,” says Sharon Krisch, Group HR & Payroll Services Manager, EOH.

Aug 2, 2019

EOH names Fatima Newman as chief risk officer

As EOH pushes to clean up its battered image, Fatima Newman has been appointed chief risk officer to rescue it.

Aug 1, 2019

EOH offloads another asset, tightens balance sheet

The debt-saddled EOH says agreements have been entered into for the disposal of its shareholding in Twenty Third Century Systems for R122 million.

Jul 18, 2019

Corruption-tainted EOH Mthombo to be shuttered

The company says EOH Mthombo, the unit that was largely implicated in the dubious payments, will be closed in two years.

Jul 16, 2019

Today is not a great day, says EOH CEO

Stephen van Coller accuses eight individuals for the corruption scandal that hit the JSE-listed IT services firm.

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