Troubled IT group EOH sold control of its German unit, in a R444 million deal that kicks off the sale of non-core assets to pay down debt and revive its fortunes as it works to strengthen corporate governance. 

EOH has changed executive leadership, suspended employees and launched an internal investigation into possible corruption in the company’s bidding for several government tenders...

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