Monday, 31 August 2015

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James Vos

DA James Vos

Frank

Pool Solutions 082 410 7520 Randburg

Dr Justus Kilian

Dr Justus Kilian is located in Die Wilgers Ext 17

Leon Louw

Leon Louw FMF


http://www.bdlive.co.za/opinion/columnists/2015/09/16/sa-robust-despite-the-enemies-of-prosperity

Barry de Harde

Barry de Harde Libertarian party of SA

Justus Kilian

Justus Kilian Libertarian party of Sa

Sunday, 30 August 2015

Rodger Johnson

Rodger Johnson, beneficiaries of the

Elands River Farm Trust

Henry Ruiters

Henry Ruiters Elands River Farm Trust

Charlet van Willing

Charlet van
Willing, beneficiary of the Elands River Farm Trust

Clive Marais

Clive Marais, general manager Elands River Farm Trust

Hannelien Briekwa

Hannelien Briekwa, director of the Elands River
Farm Trust,

Friday, 28 August 2015

Justus Kilian

Mark Zuckerberg


Facebook has a billion users in a single day, says Mark Zuckerberg

Bathabile Dlamini

From Tom Eaton's Facebook page:
Warm congrats to Bathabile Dlamini who has been elected as leader of the ANC Women's League. Inspiring to all citizens because she is proof that you can be tried for, and plead guilty to, defrauding the public of R250 000 via travel vouchers and still go on to a glorious career in politics. A better life for all travel agents!

Thursday, 27 August 2015

Lazarus Zim

Telkom chairperson.

Brian Molefe


https://mg.co.za/article/2017-02-27-open-letter-to-brian-molefe-you-are-living-proof-zuma-rewards-corrupt-conduct


as CEO of Transnet


CEO ESKOM

Brian Molefe is the Interim Chief Executive Officer of Eskom Holdings SOC Limited.

Tim Noakes



From Wikipedia:

In February 2014 Claire Julsing-Strydom, President of the Association for Dietetics in South Africa (ADSA), reported Noakes to the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) for advising a mother on Twitter that she should wean her child onto low-carbohydrate high-fibre foods, which he described as real foods. "By implication I was saying that the child should not be weaned onto the traditional high sugar, high carbohydrate processed cereals." In response to the complaint, the Professional Conduct Committee of the HPCSA, chaired by Advocate Joan Adams, set up a hearing into the allegation of unprofessional conduct against Noakes. The hearing was scheduled for 4 June 2015, but following complaints from Noakes's legal team that the Committee was not properly constituted in accordance with the applicable regulations and the provisions of the Health Professions Act, its commencement was delayed until November 2015. The first session of the hearing took place from 23 to 30 November 2015, after which proceedings were postponed to February 2016. The second session resumed on 8 February and ended on 16 February 2016.The hearing continues and will resume on 17 October 2016.

06 March 2016http://www.biznews.com/health/2015/02/16/science-says-tim-noakes-is-right-on-cholesterol-lchf-and-a-whole-lot-else/
11 February 2016; http://www.timeslive.co.za/thetimes/2016/02/11/Tim-Noakes-in-tears

10 Feb 2016:http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/live-tim-noakes-set-to-testify-at-hpcsa-hearing-20160210


http://ewn.co.za/2016/02/09/Tim-Noakes-lambasted-during-public-hearinghttp://www.biznews.com/health/2015/02/16/science-says-tim-noakes-is-right-on-cholesterol-lchf-and-a-whole-lot-else/


Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Khulekani Skhosana

Khulekani Skhosana COSAS. Students should hit back when assaulted (physically punished) by teachers.

Good for them - there comes a time that you cannot be a lamb led to slaughter.

Wim de Villiers

Wim de Villiers

Says the aim is to eliminate Afrikaans in the future (interview RSG 27 August 2015)

Do you agree?

the public’s interest in knowledge trumps the author’s property rights.

Thulani Zwane

Spokesperson Major Thulani Zwane said the incident occurred at 9am in KwaNgcolosi.

“It is alleged that the victim, Bhekinkosi Simon Dube was in his yard when he was approached by two suspects who allegedly shot him several times in the head and in the stomach,” Zwane said.

Zwane said the 59-year-old Dube died instantly and the suspects fled the scene on foot.

JONAS MAKWAKWA

JONAS MAKWAKWA

Acting Chief Operations Officer

Date of Birth: 6 January 1969
Age: 46
Profile:

​Jonas’s qualifications include a B Com Accounting degree and a diploma in Business Management.

Tom Monjane

Turnover on JSE

2,1 miljard

245 miljard

Inge Lampbrecht

Moneyweb

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Chris Sacca

Chris Sacca

Sam Altman


Sam Altman


blog.samaltman.com


http://blog.samaltman.com/the-days-are-long-but-the-decades-are-short

Andrei Zmievski

Andrei Zmievski

Thursday, 20 August 2015

Giuliana Visagie

Giuliana Visagie Attorney 011 726 9000

Bridget Bhengu

Bridget Bhengu, a spokesperson for MTN South Africa

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Charles Dey

Training practitioner

Joan Evans


Joan Evans
011 884 0270
joanevans@fmfsa.org

Jayne Boccaleone

Media
Jayne Boccaleone
011 884 0270
082 904 3616
jaynb@mweb.co.za


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Charl Heydenrych

Charl Heydenrych - Economics lecturer Mancosa.


www.freewheelingtwo.com



http://topicstrender.blogspot.co.za/2016/05/penny-black.html



Charl Heydenrych - Economics lecturer Mancosa.


www.freewheelingtwo.com



http://topicstrender.blogspot.co.za/2016/05/penny-black.html

Judge Farlam

Farlam commission of inquiry

Francois Beukman

committee chairman Francois Beukman

Phillip Mhlongo

Economic Freedom Fighters’ Phillip Mhlongo

Livhuhani Mabija

ANC MP Livhuhani Mabija

Dianne Kohler Barnard

DA - Barnard

The text message to Democratic Alliance MP Dianne Kohler Barnard read: “I am black, proud, capable and get it clear you can take nothing from me eat your heart out. I am not made by you and can not be undone by you - Riah Phiyega.”

Riah Phiyega

National police commissioner General Riah Phiyega


The text message to Democratic Alliance MP Dianne Kohler Barnard read: “I am black, proud, capable and get it clear you can take nothing from me eat your heart out. I am not made by you and can not be undone by you - Riah Phiyega.”

Tanya Koen

Lawyer for the Steenkamp family (Reeva)

Monday, 17 August 2015

Johan van der Merwe

Land grab - Marikana

Jeff Bezos

Amazon CEO

jeff@amazon.com

Carola Moore

ENGAGING BANYAN'S HIGH PERFORMING CONSULTANTS. By. CAROLA MOORE. A Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree

Alex Eliseev

Alex Eliseev is a senior reporter at Eyewitness News. You can follow him on Twitter @alexeliseev

Sunday, 16 August 2015

Saki Macozoma

Saki Macozoma

Dr Anton Moolman

Dr Coetzee, Gert Jacobus

Dr Coetzee, Gert Jacobus

Practitioner



Specialty: Anaesthetist

Telephone: +27 83 564 0636

Location: Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

Street Address: Mediclinic Cape Town, 21 Hof Street, Oranjezicht, 8001


Dumisani Kumalo

Dumisani Kumalo has been appointed CEO of the Thabo Mbeki Foundation (2011)

Christopher Nicholson

South African High Court Judge Christopher Nicholson

Ramatlhodi

Jalaluddin Ajimudin

http://www.heraldlive.co.za/students-family-make-dreaded-decision/

India

Harsh Agrawal http://www.shoutmeloud.com/about

Nicky Newton-King.

Nicky Newton-King. JSE CEO

Saturday, 15 August 2015

Maria Ramos

Maria Ramos is the Chief Executive Officer of Absa Group.

Tim Modise

Talk show host

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Pieter Hendriks

1. Rugby Kommentator


2. “The people still talk about the great ‘95 campaign and the team were crowned as world champions, but if one look again at that try it’s something the people remember and for me personally it was an amazing incident when it happened,” said Hendriks on Wednesday when the team held a 20-year reunion at Ellis Park.


3. Pieter Hendriks ( Douglas , 13 April 1970 ) is a former rugby player at 15 South African , three-quarters wing world champion in 1995 with the Springbok .

Monday, 10 August 2015

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Saturday, 8 August 2015

TSHEPISO MOFOKENG

TSHEPISO MOFOKENG

Nickname: 'Tshepi'

Aspiring Endevourer

Currently resides in: Gauteng, South Africa

Born in Johannesburg South Africa

I am currently looking for employment and available to start immediately permanently. I am currently studying a Certificate in Local Government & Development through distance learning. I am Attentive, Wiling to learn, Hard working, Polite, Neat, Presentable, Computer Literate, Ambitious, Vibrant

Contact details
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Friday, 7 August 2015

Frederik Willem de Klerk

http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/criminal-charges-to-be-laid-against-de-klerk-vlok-20160202

Aaron Motsoaledi

South Africa's Minister of Health

Cabinet Ministers


POST MINISTER DEPUTY MINISTER(S)
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe Kebby Maphatsoe
Minister of Women in the Presidency Susan Shabangu
Finance Nhlanhla Nene Mcebisi Jonas
Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane Pam Tshwete
Communications Faith Muthambi Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams
International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane Noma-India Mfeketho / Lluwelyn Landers
Police Nkosinathi Nhleko Maggie Sotyu
Public Service and Administration Collins Chabane Ayanda Dlodlo
Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu Zoe Kota-Hendricks
Economic Development Ebrahim Patel Madala Masuku
Trade and Industry Rob Davies Mzwandile Masina
Science and Technology Naledi Pandor
Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba Fatima Chohan
Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande Mduduzi Manana
Energy Tina Joemat-Pettersson Thembi Majola
Justice and Correctional Services Michael Masutha John Jeffery / Thabang Makwetla
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Senzeni Zokwana Bheki Cele
Sport and Recreation Fikile Mbalula Gert Oosthuizen
Small Business Development Lindiwe Zulu Elizabeth Thabethe
Mineral Resources Ngoako Ramathlodi Godfrey Oliphant
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Pravin Gordhan Andries Nel / Obed Bapela
Defence and Military Veterans Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula Kebby Maphatsoe
Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa Barbara Thomson
State Security David Mahlobo Ellen Molekane
Basic Education Angie Motshekga Enver Surty
Rural Development and Land Reform Gugile Nkwinti Mcebisi Skwatsha / Candith Mashego-Dlamini
Telecommunications and Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele Hlengiwe Mkhize
Transport Dipuo Peters Sindi Chikunga
Social Development Bathabile Dlamini Henrietta Bogopane-Zulu
Public Enterprises Lynne Brown Gratitude Magwanishe
Labour Mildred Oliphant Inkosi Patekile Holomisa
Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa Rejoice Mabudafhasi
Public Works Thulas Nxesi Jeremy Cronin
Tourism Derek Hanekom Thokozile Xasa
Health Aaron Motsoaledi Joe Phaahla
- eNCA

1. The Minister in the Presidency is Mr Jeff Radebe.

2. The Minister of Women in the Presidency is Ms Susan Shabangu.

3. The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services is Mr Michael Masutha.

4. The Minister of Public Service and Administration is Mr Collins Chabane.

5. The Minister of Defence and Military Veterans is Ms Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.

6. The Minister of Home Affairs is Mr Malusi Gigaba.

7. The Minister of Environmental Affairs is Ms Edna Molewa.

8. The Minister of State Security is Mr David Mahlobo.

9. The Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services is Dr Siyabonga Cwele.

10. The Minister of Police is Mr Nkosinathi Nhleko.

11. The Minister of Trade and Industry is Dr Rob Davies.

12. The Minister of Finance is Mr Nhlanhla Nene.

13. The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is Mr Senzeni Zokwana.

14. The Minister of Water and Sanitation is Ms Nomvula Mokonyane.

15. The Minister of Basic Education is Ms Angie Motshekga.

16. The Minister of Health is Dr Aaron Motsoaledi.

17. The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation is Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.

18. The Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform is Mr Gugile Nkwinti.

19. The Minister of Higher Education and Training is Dr Bonginkosi “Blade” Nzimande.

20. The Minister of Economic Development is Mr Ebrahim Patel.

21. The Minister of Transport is Ms Dipuo Peters.

22. The Minister of Mineral Resources is Adv Ngoako Ramathlodi.

23. The Minister of Social Development is Ms Bathabile Dlamini.

24. The Minister of Public Enterprises is Ms Lyn Brown.

25. The Minister of Sport and Recreation is Mr Fikile Mbalula.

26. The Minister of Labour is Ms Mildred Oliphant.

27. The Minister of Arts and Culture is Mr Nathi Mthethwa.

28. The Minister of Public Works is Mr Thulas Nxesi.

29. The Minister of Small Business Development is Ms Lindiwe Zulu.

.@MsThatoM How a small biz minister's performance will be measured? By increase in small biz? @Sentletse @alechogg @mcleodd @glynnisu

— Akanyang Merementsi (@AkanyangM) May 25, 2014


30. The Minister of Energy is Ms Tina Joemat-Peterssen.

31. The Minister of Science and Technology is Ms Naledi Pandor.

32. The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is Mr Pravin Gordhan.

@alechogg Excellent choice.Local government is the weakest link in the service delivery chain. Expecting great outcomes

— Thandile S (@tanskeptic) May 25, 2014


33. The Minister of Communications is Ms Faith Muthambi.

34. The Minister of Human Settlements is Ms Lindiwe Sisulu.

35. The Minister of Tourism is Mr Derek Hanekom.

DEPUTY MINISTERS

The Deputy Ministers are the following;

1. The Deputy Minister of Human settlements is Ms Zoe Kota-Hendricks.

2. The Deputy Minister of Basic Education is Mr Enver Surty.

3. The Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, responsible for provincial and local government is Mr Andries Nel.

4. The Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, responsible for traditional affairs, is Mr Obed Bapela.

5. The Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Mr Kebby Maphatsoe.

6. The Deputy Minister in the Presidency is Mr Buti Manamela.

7. The Deputy Minister of Tourism is Ms Thokozile Xasa.

8. The Deputy Minister of Health is Dr Joe Phaahla.

9. The Deputy Minister of Public Service and Administration is Ms Ayanda Dlodlo.

10. The Deputy Minister of Home Affairs is Ms Fatima Chohan.

11. The Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises is Mr Gratitude Magwanishe.



The Ministry of Justice and Correctional Services will have two deputy ministers.

They are;

12. Mr John Jeffery, responsible for the justice and constitutional development component and

13. Mr Thabang Makwetla responsible for the correctional services portfolio.

14. The Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs is Ms Barbara Thomson.

15. The Deputy Minister of Sport and Recreation is Mr Gert Oosthuizen.

16. The Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is Mr Bheki Cele.

17. The Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal services, Ms Hlengiwe Mkhize.

18. The Deputy Minister of State Security is Ms Ellen Molekane.

19. The Deputy Minister of Police is Maggie Sotyu.

20. The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, is Mzwandile Masina.

International relations and cooperation will remain with two deputy ministers.

These are;

21. Ms Noma-India Mfeketho and

22. Mr Lluwelyn Landers.

23. The Deputy Minister of Finance is Mr Mcebisi Jonas.

24. The Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation is Ms Pam Tshwete.

About 17 million South Africans live in rural areas. However, rural areas bear the brunt of poverty, joblessness and gross inequality, particularly former homeland areas.

Given this reality, I have decided to appoint two Deputy Ministers for Rural Development and Land Reform.

They are;

25. Mr Mcebisi Skwatsha and

26. Ms Candith Mashego-Dlamini.

27. The Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training is Mr Mduduzi Manana.

28. The Deputy Minister of Economic Development is Mr Madala Masuku.

29. The Deputy Minister of Transport is Ms Sindi Chikunga.

30. The Deputy Minister of Mineral Resources is Mr Godfrey Oliphant.

31. The Deputy Minister of Social Development is Ms Henrietta Bogopane-Zulu.

The labour portfolio will gain a deputy minister given the important role of the department in

the economic cluster.

32. The Deputy Minister is Inkosi Patekile Holomisa.

33. The Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture is Ms Rejoice Mabudafhasi.

34. The Deputy Minister of Public Works is Mr Jeremy Cronin.

35. The Deputy Minister of Small Business development is Ms Elizabeth Thabethe.

36. The Deputy Minister of Energy is Ms Thembi Majola.

37. The Deputy Minister of Communications is Ms Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.

President Jacob Zuma said: “I have appointed 20 men and 15 women Ministers as well as 20 men and 16 women deputy ministers.

“We are happy to be moving closer to our target of having more women in Cabinet and the national executive as a whole.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe and all the Ministers and Deputy Ministers who served in the fourth administration.

“Their contribution to the improvement of the quality of life of our people is highly appreciated.

“We wish Deputy President Ramaphosa and all the newly appointed Ministers and Deputy Ministers all the best as they lead the nation in moving the country forward.”



Ex SARS = great experience. “@alechogg: Ex-Finance Minister, “Mr Fix-It” Gordhan moved across to the troublesome Local Government Ministry”

— Heidi Brauer (@heidibeeee) May 25, 2014

From the SA Press Association:

President Jacob Zuma on Sunday named Nhlanhla Nene as his new finance minister and moved former treasury chief Pravin Gordhan to the local government ministry in a Cabinet that retained 14 ministers in their old portfolios.

As expected Cyril Ramaphosa becomes the country’s new deputy president, and former justice minister Jeff Radebe moves to the presidency to head the now combined planning and monitoring ministries.

Michael Masutha becomes the minister of justice and correctional services, another new super ministry.

Zuma moved former police minister Nathi Mthethwa from the security cluster to the arts and culture portfolio in what could be seen as the demotion of a close ally in response to the 2012 killing of striking mineworkers at Marikana in the North West.

The new police minister is Nkosinathi Nhleko — a former director general in the labour department.

Former mineral resources minister Susan Shabangu loses her portfolio to Ngoako Ramathlodi — the former deputy minister of correctional services — and will head the new ministry for women, which will be located in the presidency.

In another shake-up in the security cluster, former intelligence minister Siyabonga Cwele has been moved to a new ministry of telecommunications and postal services — created to shape the fast-growing sector as well as the post office’s role in delivering financial services to remote areas, Zuma said.

David Mahlobo, a top official at the department of co-operative governance, becomes the new minister of state security.

The president also created a new ministry of small business development, in line he said, with his second term’s stated mission of focusing on growing the economy and creating jobs.

That ministry will be led by Lindiwe Zulu — who has served as Zuma’s international affairs advisor.

However, Zuma has retained Ebrahim Patel as minister of economic development and Rob Davies as minister of trade and industry.

Similarly, he has kept Dipuo Peters at transport, Aaron Motsoaledi at health, Fikile Mbalula at sport, Blade Nzimande at higher education, Angie Motshekga at basic education, and Edna Molewa at environmental affairs.

However, she will no longer handle water affairs, as that was given to a new ministry of water and sanitation to be headed by former Gauteng premier Nomvula Mokonyane.

Maite Nkoana-Mashabane remains minister of international relations and Thulas Nxesi retains the difficult portfolio of public works. Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula continues as defence minister and Mildred Oliphant as labour minister.

Gugile Nkwinti remains minister of land reform and rural development and Bathabile Dlamini remains minister of social development.

Lindiwe Sisulu becomes minister of human settlements — a post she has held in the past.

Zuma announced the creation of a new information ministry that will deal with all government communication and branding, and include the SA Broadcasting Corporation and the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa).

It will be headed by Faith Muthambi, who has been an ordinary ANC MP.

Former ANC Western Cape premier Lynne Browne becomes minister of public enterprises, in a return to political prominence.

Malusi Gigaba, the previous incumbent, was moved to home affairs. There he replaces Naledi Pandor, who moves to science and technology, a post she has previously held.

After a controversial stint as agriculture, forestry, and fisheries minister, Tina Joemat-Pettersson becomes minister of energy. Senzeni Zokwana was named as new agriculture, forestry, and fisheries minister.

Collins Chabane leaves the presidency to become the new minister of public service and administration, in what can be seen as a natural progression from his former role as oversight minister.

Cabinet veteran Derek Hanekom becomes minister of tourism.

Zuma added 37 deputy ministers to the executive and, in perhaps the biggest surprise, named former police commissioner Bheki Cele as deputy minister of agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

Andries Nel remains deputy minister of co-operative governance and traditional affairs, while Zoe Kota-Hendricks becomes deputy minister of human settlements.

Fatima Chohan remains deputy minister of home affairs and John Jeffery retains his post of deputy justice minister.

Enver Surty held on to the post of deputy minister of basic education.



“The team will implement the five-year medium-term strategic framework of government which has been developed using the National Development Plan and the ANC manifesto,” he said.

David Bullard

http://www.cartorque.co.za/david.htm

Hendrik Verwoerd


http://www.cartorque.co.za/hendrik.htm
Motor enthusiast (HF's grandson)

Hendrik’s entire life revolves around cars – motorsport in particular. He has competed in, written about and commentated on motoring and motor racing events for the past twenty years, and is regarded as one of the country’s leading authorities on Formula 1 racing. He is a regular commentator for Topsport at local racing events, and organizes tours to international motor races.

He also writes regular columns for several newspapers and magazines, and is editor of “Formula One Week”, a weekly e-mail newsletter that goes out to an ever-growing list of motor racing fans.

Hendrik is Chairman of the SA Motorsport Club, founder member of the Formula One Club of South Africa, and a member of SA Guild of Motoring Journalists where he is a regular Jury member in the annual Car of the Year competition.

He describes his interests as “fast cars, cricket, golf, music (especially 70’s rock), wildlife, and a nice cold Windhoek or two”.

Hendrik’s journalistic skills, in-depth knowledge of the motoring world and totally relaxed presentation style, whether in English or Afrikaans, makes him a valuable contributor to Car Torque.

Naeem Cassim

http://www.iol.co.za/the-star/bullets-gambling-death-threats-and-1.1179383#.VcUJVnGqqko

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Harcourts Maxima

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Chad le Clos

Chad le Clos
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chad_le_Clos
Chad Guy Bertrand le Clos, OIS (born 12 April 1992) is a South African competitive swimmer who is an Olympic, world and Commonwealth Games champion.

082 457 3990 Lauren

Lauren on 082 457 3990

Video Varsity

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Jannie du Toit

Jannie du Toit. Afrikaans singer


Wie was trilogie?http://www.sacellphonedirectory.com/

PHILISIWE BUTHELEZI

Mr Motala Mancosa Johannesburg

What was his relationship to http://whoswho.co.za/mahomed-motala-6447?

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Philip Mohr

Economics

Karla van Biljon

vanBiljonKarla@yahoo.com

http://educeaction.com/contact/

Aandgedagte 4 Augustus 2015

Dirk Hoffman

MD Safmarine

Elon Musk

https://twitter.com/BoredElonMusk

Leslie Maasdorp

Previously Advtech see Frank Thopmpson

Frank Thompson

http://www.bdlive.co.za/national/education/2015/03/24/talk-of-strategic-dissent-as-advtech-ceo-quits

Moira Dexter

Previously married to Ed Dexter

Natal girl

Long time ago Contact Training SA

John Chinn

John Chinn
General Manager China at SPI Lasers
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In a previous Life Contact training South Africa...

Jaap Myburgh

Fine and Country

Ed Dexter

Contact Training

Fine and Country West Rand

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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Mary Alexander

Brand SA

Jeremy Leach

"Enacting it (Rica) would protect interests, but would drive out access to telephony, and there would be unintended consequences for other parties," said FinMark Trust executive director Jeremy Leach. - See more at: http://www.balancingact-africa.com/news/en/issue-no-315/telecoms/south-african-cellph/en#sthash.kV8mv3AZ.dpuf