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Black South Africans unfit for Denel CEO Position? – BMF

The Black Management Forum (BMF) takes a hard-line on the appointment of Daniel Du Toit, Denel’s new CEO. In an interview with Transform SA Thabile Wonci BMF’s Managing Director explained how government should prioritise appointing black professionals. “It is clear to the BMF that government themselves are ignoring their own good advice to the country […]

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New Denel CEO proves lack of transformation – Limusa

Denel, South Africa’s state owned arms manufacturer faces hard-hitting criticism after appointing Group Chief Executive Officer Daniel du Toit. The appointment follows Zwelakhe Ntshepe’s resignation from the post after being at the helm for 20 years. The Liberated Metalworkers Union of South Africa (Limusa) rejected the appointment of Du Toit and said that Denel is […]

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Zim’s Free Web Hosting service expands to SA

Free Web Hosting, initially launched August 2018 in Zimbabwe, has extended its services to neighbouring South Africa. Since its Zimbabwe debut, FWH has captured the attention of website developers, tech hubs, companies and the blogging community all across the nation. The platform enables individuals and/or companies to move their existing websites from paid hosting. In […]

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Loadshedding low until 13 Jan

Eskom has not implemented loadshedding in four consecutive days.  The probability of loadshedding remains low from today until Sunday 13 January 2019. This is as a result of the expected decrease in demand as businesses and industries close down for the festive break. However heavy rains over the December to March period could impact coal […]

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Engen gets storm-damaged schools ship-shape for 2019

Engen has come to the rescue of five Durban schools severely damaged in storms by committing R1 million to effect repairs critical to the safety, comfort and security of pupils and teachers. “Engen turned our darkness into light,” says Colin Chand, principal of Collingwood Primary in Wentworth, which was severely affected by the October 2017 […]

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BMF condemns Rupert’s Power FM Assertions

The Black Management Forum (the BMF) wishes to express its disappointment in Mr Johan Rupert’s most unfortunate utterances made during Power FM’s annual event, Chairman’s Conversation that was hosted by the Chairman of MSG Afrika Group, Mr Given Mkhari on Tuesday, 4 December 2018 in Johannesburg. Mr Rupert’s assertions on the state of the country […]

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Consumer Commission releases report on timeshare

The National Consumer Commission (NCC) will release its report on the inquiry conducted into the Vacation Ownership / Timeshare Industry at a media briefing to be held on Thursday 6 December 2018 in Pretoria. The report will be released as follows: Date:   Thursday 6 December 2018 Time:   11AM – 12PM Venue: GCIS, Ronnie Mamoepa Media […]

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Peggy-Sue becomes Standard Bank Wealth CEO

The BMF congratulated Peggy-Sue Khumalo the new CEO of Standard Bank SA’s Wealth Division The Black Management Forum (the BMF) which is at the forefront of advocating and lobbying for transformation in Corporate South Africa is pleased with the appointment of Peggy-Sue Khumalo as the Chief Executive Officer of Standard Bank’s Wealth Division in South […]

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New Solar Plant opens in Upington

100MW of new solar power was added to the grid, as the Karoshoek Solar One project went live in Upington, Northern Cape.  This project is the latest success of Government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) which mobilises private capital and expertise to provide renewable energy to Eskom. With the current pressure on […]

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Lulama Voyi Foundation IHSA to host a Diplomatic Networking Assembly

Lulama Voyi Foundation IHSA (International Humanitarian Solidarity Aid) Programme is an infrastructure AID entity addressing the socio economic material conditions that hamper services within the civic societies. The Foundation brings vibrancy and sustainable outputs in response to the infrastructure demands through the 9 sector elements which are Education, Health, Roads, Rail, Environment, Housing, Energy, Agriculture […]

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