We’ve let our customers down in the past. I don’t think we can declare victory yet.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
Ray White interviewed Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko on The Money Show.
Telkom released results on Monday, saying it has been successful with the execution of its turnaround strategy and that the business is now ready for growth.
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Fixed-line is the future.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
We’ve really been driving investment in LTE.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
In the past you came to us for a telephone line. We slapped you around a bit and then gave you one.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
Data as a value proposition is the future.— Sipho Maseko, Telkom CEO
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