sipho maseko

  1. Jan

    How we turned Telkom around - Sipho Maseko

    Our customers hated us — Telkom CEO Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko said Telkom faced an uncertain future with an unsustainable financial situation, increased competition, and customers hating the company. Speaking at the annual SATNAC conference, Maseko said between 2012 and 2014, Telkom was facing...
  2. Jan

    A Telkom-MTN deal could make it past regulators - Maseko

    Telkom CEO says a deal with MTN is technically possible Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko said a deal between MTN and Telkom is possible if it is structured correctly and if the benefits are highlighted. Bloomberg recently reported that MTN made a takeover approach for Telkom in a deal that would’ve...
  3. Jan

    Icasa to present solution to temporary spectrum mess

    What happened at "classified" meeting with South African cellular networks A solution to the temporary spectrum stand-off between industry regulator Icasa and South Africa's cellular network operators is expected this week.
  4. Jan

    Telkom update on Swiftnet listing

    Telkom cellular towers business listing on the JSE Telkom says it has made significant progress with its plan to list its masts and towers business, Swiftnet, on Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). It said that the progress includes, but is not limited to, formal engagements with the JSE.
  5. Jan

    Telkom pursuing listing of Swiftnet on the JSE

    Telkom to list masts and towers business Telkom is pursuing a separate listing of its masts and towers business, Swiftnet, on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the company announced on Tuesday. Swiftnet is a Telkom subsidiary under management by Gyro.
  6. Jan

    South African consumers the biggest losers in Icasa spectrum auction delay

    The biggest loser — South Africa's cellphone network users Vodacom says it is extremely disappointing that the fourth attempt by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) to licence high-demand spectrum has failed. The mobile network operator said it was especially...
  7. Jan

    Telkom announces new CEO of its consumer division

    New Telkom Consumer CEO announced Telkom named Lunga Siyo as the new CEO of Telkom Consumer effective 1 October 2021. Siyo is set to take over from Serame Taukobong when Taukobong assumes the position of Group CEO Designate.
  8. Jan

    Sipho Maseko's legacy as Telkom CEO

    Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko's legacy Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko will step down in June 2022. We take a look at what the numbers say about his time at the helm of the company.
  9. Jan

    Telkom's strategy to compete with Vodacom and MTN - "when they go low, we go high"

    Telkom price plan — "when they go low, we go high" Telkom’s new CEO-designate, Serame Taukobong, said that instead of engaging in a price war, they prefer to add more value to remain competitive. Telkom recently announced that Taukobong would take over from Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko when he...
  10. Jan

    Openserve fibre surpasses ADSL - Telkom quarterly trading update for 30 June 2021

    Telkom fibre overtakes ADSL Telkom has reached an inflection point where the number of homes connected with fibre surpassed the number of homes connected with copper. Tekom revealed this information in its trading update for the quarter ended 30 June 2021.
  11. Jan

    Mobile data growth - Telkom quarterly trading update at 30 June 2021

    Big Telkom Mobile data growth Telkom has issued its quarterly trading update for the April-June 2021 period, showing substantial growth in mobile customers and mobile data revenue. “Telkom published a solid set of results for the first quarter of the year in a challenging trading and economic...
  12. Jan

    Sipho Maseko scores big Telkom payday

    Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko's big payday Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko received more than R35.4 million in remuneration in the 2021 financial year, according to Telkom's latest integrated report. This is an increase of around R13.62 million — or 62% — compared to 2020 when Maseko was paid a total of...
  13. Jan

    Top ICT CEOs in South Africa by share price growth

    South Africa's top ICT CEOs revealed The top South African ICT leaders in terms of share price growth are MTN CEO Ralph Mupita, Adapt IT CEO Sbu Shabalala, Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko, and Huge Group CEO James Herbst. To assess the performance of tech CEOs, MyBroadband calculated the average...
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    Sipho Maseko addresses Telkom's monopolistic past

    Sipho Maseko addresses Telkom's monopolistic past Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko said the company is still grappling with its monopolistic past, which has hampered its ability to function in a competitive market. For decades, Telkom enjoyed a legally protected monopoly in the South African...
  15. QuintonB

    Telkom feeling the FTTH competition heat

    We’re being attacked from all flanks: Telkom CEO Telkom is facing tremendous competition from small, independent fixed-line fibre players in South Africa
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    Telkom may look at buying Cell C

    Telkom may look at buying Cell C: Maseko Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko said the company will look at acquiring Cell C if the price and value proposition is right
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Why not also nail former top cop and Telkom CEO?

    Why not also nail former top cop and Telkom CEO? — JPSA Justice Project South Africa has asked why connected individuals aren’t receiving the same attention as an alleged “e-toll dodger”
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    Telkom Project Reconnect

    Telkom Project Reconnect Telkom has announced the relocation of its Pretoria Towers campus to a “new, modern campus in Centurion”
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    Telkom CEO criticised because he is black: report

    Telkom CEO criticised because he is black: report According to an opinion piece by local businessman Muzi Kuzwayo, Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko would not be as harshly criticised as he is if he was white
  20. Jan

    DStv: the killer app for Telkom's high-speed broadband?

    DStv, Telkom vs other digital media in SA: show me the money! An analysis of PwC data sheds an interesting light on how the revenues of pay TV, digital & TV advertising, and online content compare.