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.
Understanding legal contracts for IT professionals
ENSafrica's workshop gives a better understanding of contracts when procuring IT goods or services and using the process to derive value for the company.