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 Read the full story

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 Read the full story

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 Read the full story

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B-BBEE Commission calls for Government and Private Sector to increase number of women in boards

The report produced by the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Commission (“B-BBEE Commission”) on the national status and trends on broad-based black economic transformation for 2017 calendar year shows that JSE listed companies have only 38% representation by black people on Read the full story

Minister Davies set to talk about B-BBEE and state procurement

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies will address the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission’s annual conference that will take place at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Gauteng Province, on Thursday, 15 March 2018. The theme Read the full story

Makhura’s “Thuma Thina” SOPA puts on the spotlight ICT Entrepreneurship and Township Businesses

Gauteng Premier David Makhura delivered his State of the Nation Address at the Gauteng Provincial Legislature on Monday, 26 February 2018. In his speech Makhura began by congratulating Cyril Ramaphosa on his appointment as the new President of South Africa. Read the full story