Altron’s Tshwane broadband contract set aside by high court

CEO says the company will consider legal options after consulting Thobela Telecoms and project funders

EOH to shut unit linked to ‘suspicious payments’

Evidence of governance failings and wrongdoings unearthed at the beleaguered technology group

Facebook like ‘a toddler that plays with matches’ with libra

US Republican and Democratic senators question Facebook’s digital currency initiative in view of the ‘havoc’ Facebook’s created in other industries

Samsung steps up efforts to keep supplying microchip market

Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix turn to domestic suppliers for vital chemical after Japanese export controls threaten to disrupt global microchip market

EOH says probe found ‘suspicious transactions’ worth R1.2bn

Evidence ‘of governance failings and wrongdoings' unearthed at the technology group

EOH mum as three directors resign

The technology group has changed executive leadership, suspended employees and launched an internal investigation into possible corruption at the company

Telkom appoints Keith Rayner to its board of directors

Rayner is no stranger to this role, having seats on the boards of two other JSE listed companies: Sibanye-Stillwater and Ecsponent Limited

Samsung able to go on making chips for now after temporary reprieve

Japan has slapped export restrictions on three materials that are profoundly important for electronics production

MTN CEO lifts the lid on operator’s future services

Rob Shuter network of agents who provide airtime can in future dispense e-money, sell insurance products and provide for digital services

Facebook’s Libra may threaten everything blockchain is about

Ethereum co-founders say blockchain’s structural independence could be reversed by Libra’s big corporate buy-in

MTN says it has addressed concerns about its empowerment scheme

Commissions finds the BEE structure did not adhere to the objectives of the Empowerment Act

Amazon to offer training to 100,000 of its US employees

Employees will be offered training for positions as mapping specialists, data scientists, business analysts, logistics co-ordinators and other roles

Strategic investor to keep Altron shares despite stellar run

Value Capital Partners says it will hang onto its 21% stake in the technology group, whose shares have surged to an 11-year high

Blue Label falls as Cell C asks law firm to probe business practices

The mobile operator appoints Bowmans to investigate units possibly involved in irregular dealings

Airtel Africa drops 10% in early trade after Lagos listing

The Bharti Airtel-owned telecoms company is the third-largest company on the Lagos bourse behind MTN Nigeria and Dangote

Published by Tiso Blackstar and distributed with the Financial Mail on the last Thursday of every month except December and January.