EOH suspends employees involved in alleged corruption

Tuesday 26 February 2019 | 09:52 CET | News
South African ICT group EOH has suspended some employees involved in deals being reviewed by its lawyers after an anonymous complaint prompted Microsoft to cancel a contract with the IT company, Bloomberg reported, citing an letter to the staff. EOH CEO Stephen van Coller said in a letter to staff that they have either suspended or received resignations from the involved employees. This means that no employees currently implicated are still in the business.

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Companies: Microsoft / MTN
Countries: South Africa
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