EOH will focus on reducing its R3.2bn debt pile and improving governance as the technology company battles to recover from reputational and financial damages inflicted by allegations of corrupt dealings with the public sector.

Once a high-flying tech outfit, EOH is in the process of beefing up its corporate governance standards after a probe by law firm ENSafrica found nearly R1bn in allegedly fraudulent and corrupt payments involving dozens of its employees and its client, the government.

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