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May 09, 2013
Gold Fields chairperson Cheryl Carolus has said that the fundamental recalibration of the company’s business model to focus on innovation has, fortuitously, positioned the miner well for the lower gold price currently seen in the industry. Gold Fields management had,...
May 09, 2013
May 06, 2013
Most mine injuries and deaths are the result of individual risk-taking behaviour, says Gold Fields nonexecutive chairperson Cheryl Carolus. Carolus, who has been a member of the Gold Fields’ safety and health committee since 2009, spoke to Mining Weekly Online in a...
May 02, 2013
Feb 13, 2013
Dr Mamphela Ramphele on Wednesday stepped down as Gold Fields chairperson to “further her socioeconomic and political work”. Ramphele, who would be succeeded by Gold Fields nonexecutive director Cheryl Carolus, noted in a statement that she had resigned from most of...
Oct 17, 2012
If government wants to own an airline it needs to support it financially, said Russell Loubser, former JSE CEO and South African Airways (SAA) board member, on Wednesday. "If you don't like the airline industry why [have] you got three?" he asked of government....
Oct 08, 2012
South African Airways (SAA) chief executive Siza Mzimela resigned from the embattled government-owned airline on Monday, said the office of Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba. "Yes we have received the resignation. We have accepted the resignation, but it was...
Oct 04, 2012
The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) and the National Treasury have given the new South African Airways (SAA) board until January to finalise a and credible turnaround strategy, following the recent extension of a R5-billion government guarantee to the...
Oct 02, 2012
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Apr 12, 2011
There’s great news for our community as the Lafarge Community Trust and the Lafarge Education Trust hand over school classrooms and libraries on 25 March 2011. Having been a part of the community for over 13 years, Lafarge is keenly aware of the importance of...
Apr 12, 2011
There is excellent news for our community as the Lafarge Education Trust hands over school classrooms and libraries on Friday 25 March 2011. As an integral part of the Lichtenburg community for over 13 years, Lafarge Companies is keenly aware of the importance of...
Apr 12, 2011
Exciting news for the Bodibe community, on 25 March, the Lafarge Education Trust will hand over upliftment facilities to 11 schools. These will make a massive difference to education and transformation there. Libraries are a vital part of education, allowing learners...
Aug 31, 2010
More senior staff at SAA could face criminal charges as prosecutors study forensic reports of wrongdoing under the watch of former CEO Khaya Ngqula, who is being sued for millions, the airline said on Tuesday. "It is up to the prosecutors to decide, six large...
Jul 20, 2010
State-owned airliner South African Airways (SAA) said on Tuesday that its former CEO Dr Khaya Ngqula would be summonsed for R30,8-million, following a forensic audit by KPMG on allegations of various wrong-doings and wasteful expenditures. SAA chairperson Cheryl...
Feb 25, 2010
Feb 24, 2010
Former SA Express head Siza Mzimela will become the new CEO of SA Airways (SAA), the airline said on Wednesday. SAA chairwoman Cheryl Carolus said in a statement that Mzimela was selected after "an extensive and thorough process to find a suitable candidate".
Oct 01, 2009
Cheryl Carolus has been appointed chairwoman of the Board of SA Airways (SAA) with effect from Monday September 28, Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan said on Thursday. This followed the expiry of the term of office of the current board. "Carolus will head...
Jul 06, 2009
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor on Monday inaugurated the board of the long-awaited Technology Innovation Agency (TIA). “Hopefully, the board will start its work this week,” said Pandor. “It’s [the TIA] a baby that’s been a long time in the making. We...
Jun 02, 2009
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has announced the board members of the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA), which will be set up to help stimulate technological innovation to improve economic growth in the country. The board would be chaired by Dr...
Mar 11, 2009
South African-miner Gold Fields has appointed Cheryl Carolus and Roberto Danino as independent nonexecutive directors, with effect from March 10. Carolus was the deputy secretary-general of the ruling African National Congress from 1994 to 1997, and acted as...
Mar 14, 2008
Attached please find a press release on: “2010 offers Brand South Africa exciting new possibilities to truly put the country on the world map”, says Ms Cheryl Carolus, CEO of Peotona Group Holdings.
Dec 01, 2006
The proposed black economic-empowerment (BEE) transaction between electrical engineering group Reunert and Retona has placed huge emphasis on education.
Dec 01, 2006
Africa’s largest steel merchant, Macsteel Service Centres South Africa (MSCSA) announced its much-anticipated black economic-empowerment (BEE) transaction in August, involving a consortium comprising staff and a series of well-known empowerment companies, led...
Nov 20, 2006
Engineering and technology firm Reunert on Monday unveiled its R1,1-billion empowerment deal, which would see the company sell a 10% stake to Retona, made up of an educational trust and the founding members of the women-owned Peotona.
Nov 03, 2006
New Minerals and Energy Minister Buyelwa Sonjica has declared another new-order rights recipient as a 'model'. This time De Beers Consolidated Mines' (DBCM's) empowered diamond-mining project, the new R1,2-billion Voorspoed. “It's one of those good models and...
Sep 08, 2006
Africa’s largest steel merchant, Macsteel Service Centres South Africa (MSCSA) announced its much-anticipated black economic-empowerment (BEE) transaction last week, involving a consortium comprising staff and a series of well-known empowerment companies, led...
Aug 30, 2006
Africa's largest steel merchant, Macsteel Service Centres South Africa (MSCSA) announced its much-anticipated black economic-empowerment (BEE) transaction on Wednesday, involving a consortium comprising staff and a series of well-known empowerment companies, led by...
Aug 04, 2006
A women-led consortium has recently acquired 26% of global building materials leader Lafarge’s mining and 10% of its manufacturing businesses in South Africa.
May 22, 2006
Gill Marcus was about to win plaudits. As the new executive chairperson of Western Areas Limited, she was going to announce a return to profit, expanded mineral rights with an excellent black economic-empowerment (BEE) partnership, plans to increase production that...
May 17, 2006
Manufacturer and distributor of fire resistant conveyor belting Fenner SA announced on Wednesday that it has become the first in its sector to conclude a black economic empowerment partnership.
Nov 21, 2005
The South African diamond-mining industry stepped up to the challenge of achieving expansionary empowerment with last week's announcement of the sale of 26% of De Beers Consolidated Mines (DBCM) - the largest diamond-mining group in South Africa - to empowerment...
Aug 18, 2004
SA Tourism CEO Cheryl Carolus has announced she would not extend her three-year contract with the country's tourism marketing organisation, which expires at the end of October.
Aug 12, 2004
The South African tourism promotion agency, SA Tourism, has launched its new brand in the UK selling South Africa there as a preferred tourist destination.
May 21, 2004
South Africa needed to improve international air access to more local destinations if it were to maintain growth in the tourism sector, according to newly-appointed Environment and Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk.
May 10, 2004
The South African tourism industry has defied global trends by registering a 5% increase from the European market whilst general overseas market increased by 4,8%.
Apr 23, 2004
Every Friday morning, SAfm’s AMLive’s radio anchor John Perlman speaks to Martin Creamer, publishing editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly. Reported here is this Friday’s At the Coalface transcript: Perlman: When we’ve talked about gold...
Apr 16, 2004
Kwazulu-Natal’s provincial agency charged with trade and investment promotion is in the process of repackaging small towns as investment destinations and elevating local economic development (LED) programmes into viable investment proposals, Engineering News...
Sep 11, 2003
Minister of the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) Jeff Radebe announced yesterday the newly appointed board of directors of South African Airways (SAA).
Jan 31, 2003
I was invited to the Leadership in Practise award dinner at the UNISA School of Business Leadership. The winner of the 2002 award was Cheryl Carolus, who is currently CEO of South African Tourism.
Nov 21, 2002
The Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Valli Moosa, yesterday officially opened the first ever high-level annual national tourism conference by announcing recent tourism arrival statistics, showing that South Africa remains among the fastest growing...
May 20, 2002
South Africa’s tourism boss said the country hoped to use a major UN summit on development to showcase its game parks, sun-soaked beaches and its own commitment to sustainable tourism.
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