Feb 23, 2012
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From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report.
Colonel Eddie Crous
Lt-Col Pierre Wright, Officer Commanding (OC) 140 Squadron
Lt-Col Edrich Wilson, OC 142 Squadron
Lt-Col Mashadi Tswidi, OC 501 Squadron
Lt-Col Pat Moodley, OC Mobile Communications Unit
Major Gerhard Kroukamp, Acting OC 18 Deployment Support Unit
Samsung Electronics Engineering Academy’s first class of matriculants graduated last month, at a ceremony held at the Alberton Civic Centre, in the East Rand, Gauteng.
Video courtesy Samsung
Ernst & Young Africa CEO Ajen Sita says Africa must ensure that it improves its attractiveness to foreign direct investment, including from other large emerging countries, if it is to sustain its growth and development.
Ernst & Young Africa CEO Ajen Sita
Advisory firm KPMG’s 2011 ‘Black Economic Empowerment’ survey results have shown a significant improvement in participating companies’ scorecards.
KPMG partner and restructuring advisory head Warren Watkins
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