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.
Probe reveals R1.2bn suspicious transactions at EOH
An ENSAfrica investigation at the IT services company finds evidence of a number of governance failings and wrongdoing.
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.
Huawei firing drivers via SMS is legal, even if impolite
A lawyer says use of SMS to dismiss company drivers, who then blocked off a busy Johannesburg highway in protest, is lawful.