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Telkom SA SOC Says Is In Discussions About Potential Deal
Telkom Reports 4.7% Higher HY Revenue, Implementing Initiatives To Release Cash
S.Africa's Competition Commission Recommends GSK-Pfizer Consumer Health Deal With Conditions
Telkom SA SOC Limited (Telkom) is engaged in supplying telecommunication, multimedia, technology, information and other related information technology services to the group customers, as well as mobile communication services, in Africa. The Company operates in two segments: Telkom, which provides fixed-line access, fixed-line usage, data communications services, mobile voice services and handset sales, and BCX, which provides business solutions based on information and communications technology and runs information communication technology (ICT) systems and manages products, services and solutions. The Other segment represents Trudon (Pty) Ltd, Swiftnet (Pty) Ltd and other non-trading entities. It serves sectors, which include retail and health, public sector, financial services, industry and mining. Telkom Retail's products include Internet and broadband, landlines and mobile solutions. Its customers can choose to converge fixed-line and mobile solutions in a single service.
92 Oak Avenue, 92 Oak Avenue
M. Sello Moloko
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Sipho Nkosinathi Maseko
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Tsholofelo B. L. Molefe
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer - BCX
Lesiba T.S. Maloba
Chief Executive Officer - Gyro
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Telkom SA Chief Financial Officer Deon Fredericks will move to the role of chief investment officer at the end of the month, the South African landline provider said on Wednesday.
Telkom SA said on Wednesday its Chief Financial Officer will step down at the end of the month to take on the responsibility of Chief Investment Officer to tackle the South African landline provider's investment strategy.
* To focus more on cyber security solutions (Adds details, stake sale buy govt)
Telkom SA, South Africa's biggest landline provider, said on Monday full-year earnings declined 18.4 percent, mainly due to a significant rise in the effective tax rate.
* PLANS TO NOMINATE APPOINTMENT OF PWC AND SIZWENTSALUBAGOBODO (SNG) AS TELKOM'S NEW JOINT EXTERNAL AUDITORS FOR FY ENDING MARCH 31 2019
Telkom Kenya and Bharti Airtel's local units plan to merge some operations as a first step as Telkom plans to acquire all of Airtel's Kenyan assets, a source at the industry regulator said on Tuesday.
* PURCHASED 15.8 MILLION, 3% OF CO'S ISSUED SHARE CAPITAL AT BEGINNING OF SHARE REPURCHASE PROGRAM OF 526.9 MILLION OF OWN ORDINARY SHARES
Telkom SA, South Africa's biggest landline provider, reported a drop in half-year profits and cut its dividend on Friday, as a result of reduced spending by corporate and government customers, sending its share price sharply lower.
* HY CAPITAL EXPENDITURE TO REVENUE 3.97 MILLION RAND UP 9.2%
* REFERS SHAREHOLDERS TO MINISTER OF FINANCE'S COMMENTS WITH REGARD TO SALE OF GOVERNMENT SAS APPROXIMATE 39 PERCENT SHAREHOLDING IN TELKOM
South Africa will dispose of a portion of its stake in Telkom with an option to buy it back later, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said in his budget speech on Wednesday.
* MAJOR SHAREHOLDER, SOUTH AFRICA GOVERNMENT, CURRENTLY CONSIDERING VARIOUS STRATEGIC OPTIONS WITH REGARDS TO PARTIALLY REDUCING ITS TELKOM STAKE
Thousands of ATMs and electronic card payment machines in Indonesia went offline over the weekend, and it might take two more weeks before full service is restored, after an outage from a satellite belonging to state-controlled telecom giant PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (...
Telkom <TKGJ.J> will offer customers on-demand video streaming and music from September, part of plans by South Africa's biggest landline provider to try to increase revenues and subscriber numbers in its mobile business.
South Africa is considering selling its stake in landline provider Telkom to fund a 10 billion rand ($757 million) bailout of South African Airways (SAA), a Treasury spokesman said on Wednesday.
South Africa is considering selling its stake in landline provider Telkom to fund a 10 billion rand ($757 million) bailout required by national carrier South African Airways, the Treasury spokesman said on Wednesday.
Telkom SA, South Africa's biggest landline provider, reported a rise in full-year earnings and revenue on Monday, buoyed by a strong performance by its mobile business and its Business Connexion enterprise division.
Telkom SA, South Africa's biggest landline provider, said on Monday full-year earnings rose to 12.4 percent due to the strong performance of its mobile business and the consolidation of Business Connexion Group (BCX).
* Annual dividend increased 56.3 percent to 422.0 cents per share
* HEPS for 12 months to March 31 is expected to increase between 110% and 130% when compared to prior year Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 80 6749 1136)
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