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Mar 20, 2014
Daphne Mashile-Nkosi
Kalagadi Manganese chairperson Daphne Mashile-Nkosi was named ‘CEO of the Year’ at the Africa CEO Forum, held in Geneva, Switzerland, this week. The coveted award recognised companies and individuals whose strategies  contributed to Africa’s economic ascendance,and...
Mar 07, 2014
The second Africa CEO Forum, which is expected to attract more than 700 African and international CEOs, financiers and business leaders, will include core themes on Africa’s competitiveness enhancement, the “Africapitalism paradigm” and the digital revolution. The...
Nov 04, 2010
Mobile operator Vodacom on Thursday announced three new additions to its executive team. Portia Maurice, a current Vodacom employee, will take up the position of chief officer of corporate affairs as from November 1, replacing Bob Collymore, who resigned in...
Jul 22, 2010
Safaricom, east Africa's largest mobile operator, said on Thursday its CEO Michael Joseph, will step down in November and be replaced by Bob Collymore. Collymore, 52, has served in various capacities for Vodafone's operations in Africa, and is currently Chief...
Apr 07, 2010
The Vodacom group on Wednesday announced that it would initiate arbitration proceedings after shareholders failed to reach agreement at a Vodacom Congo shareholders meeting, which focused on issues including capital restructuring that would support the continued...
Jan 06, 2010
The Vodacom Group’s partner in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Congolese Wireless Networks (CWN), has threatened to take the South African-based mobile firm to court to force it to invest more money in the business. Vodacom said on Wednesday that the terms...
 
 
 
 
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