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Luthando Vutula to succeed Dr Snowy Khoza as Bigen CEO

8th July 2021 Infrastructure development group Bigen has appointed Luthando Vutula, previously the CEO of Ubank, to succeed Dr Snowy Khoza, as of October 1. Khoza will be retiring from the group in December. 

The right call – Bigen appoints Luthando Vutula as new CEO

8th July 2021 Leading infrastructure development Group, Bigen, is pleased to announce the appointment of Luthando Vutula, previously the CEO of Ubank, as the incoming CEO set to succeed Dr Snowy Khoza on 1 October 2021.  Dr Khoza will be retiring from the Group in December of this year. Vutula hails from an... 

A message to the Youth, doors will only open if you move

1st July 2021 To be honest, starting this article was tough. In a time where things seem pretty dark (no pun intended), we find ourselves faced with profound inequalities in our modern age. High rates of unemployment, crime on our doorstep, gender-based violence and the list goes on. As depressing as the above... 

The benefits of being a young professional in the consulting engineering sector

24th June 2021 Imagine a world without engineers, a world where everyone still use pit latrine toilets, a world with no access to potable running water. Picture a world where individuals still used animals to commute, a world with no cars, no bridges, no technology, and no convenience. Just envision a world... 
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$31m mixed-use office precinct to be built in Mauritius

Mauritius-based Gateway Real Estate Africa (GREA) is developing a $31-million mixed-use office development – The Precinct – in Grand Baie. The development is designed to accommodate corporate tenants’ fluctuating space needs in addition to catering for the gig economy with rentable desks, access... 

AMSA to report interim profit

Primary steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) expects to report headline earnings a share of R1.76 for the six months ended June 30. This marks an improvement of at least 186% on the headline loss a share of R2.39 posted in the prior comparable six months.  
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