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A - Z Listing of Featured Clients

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Editor’s Letter

Chief Executive Officer Ralf Fletcher Production Director Van Fletcher van.fletcher@topco.co.za Editor Wendy Viljoen wendy.viljoen@topco.co.za Editorial Assistant Mvano Cengani

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Foreword by Mteto Nyati MD of Microsoft South Africa

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Foreword by Xolani Qubekai CEO of Black Business Council

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Foreword by Mathews Phosa CEO and of Mathews Phosa & Associ ates

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Foreword by Ralf Fletcher CEO of Topco Media

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Research Criteria

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Sector Overview Index

Business Development Executives Reginald Motsoahae Thembeni Mahlangu

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11 MILLION JOBS: PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA

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11 Million Jobs by: President Jacob Zuma

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BEE Revised Codes of Good Practice by: the dti

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EDITOR’S LETTER | FOREMATTER

A COUNTRY WITH ENDLESS

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outh Africa is a young, independent country that has so much to learn, yet has accomplished above and beyond expectations. This excites me about where we are heading. As editor of my first edition of Impumelelo, I am once again reminded of how our diversity has become our greatest strength. The diversity that once drove us apart, is now building our nation. Therefore, empowerment has become more than just a buzzword – it’s part of our daily lives! We have provided quality education, career opportunities for many previously disadvantaged people and we are driving initiatives to include the youth in our future development plans. Yes, we are still struggling to get BEE integration right. And to shed some light on the changes made to the BEE codes, the dti will look at the Revised BEE Codes (pages 144-145) and communicate the reasoning behind the changes. We need to look beyond rectifying the wrongs of apartheid and focus on driving sustainable change in businesses and create a platform that addresses the unemployment of our youth. With 25% of our youth unemployed, the Youth Employment Index (pages 152-153) that has been launched addresses this very issue. The YEI comes at a crucial time as it strives to motivate companies to actively respond to government’s call of working together on job creation. As a country on the brink of reaching 20 years post-apartheid, we can list various areas of improvement but it is leaders such as Dr Mathews Phosa (pages 11, 22-23) and Mteto Nyati (pages 7, 20-21) that encourages us to look beyond our problems and ourselves– to where we could be if we rid our country of its social ills. There is still much to be done, but we are headed in the right direction. We are slowly but surely resolving areas that have hindered our growth and development for far too long. I am in awe of our accomplishments and look forward to the next 20 years of democracy. Sala kahle!

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MTETO NYATI, MD OF MICROSOFT SOUTH AFRICA | FOREWORD

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ext year, we celebrate 20 years of democracy in South Africa. We’re seen around the world as the Rainbow Nation – and indeed, we’ve come a long way in terms of empowering an entire generation of people who were previously excluded from the social and economic mainstream. But we still have much work to do. For millions of South Africans, their daily reality remains one of unemployment, poverty and a lack of opportunity to carve their little place in the sun. As a nation, our challenge is clear: we need to make meaningful strides in tackling the scourge of youth unemployment in South Africa by giving people real-world skills and creating jobs. At the moment, our unemployed youth are the biggest threat to our stability as a nation; but harnessed well, they can become the country’s greatest asset. We also need to rethink our empowerment models, which have resulted in only a small handful of people benefiting from share deals, instead of all of our people, as originally envisaged. I believe the answer lies in creating a new model of empowerment, which is based on creating small companies and helping them grow – thereby creating jobs and true empowerment. Within the next two decades, I would like to see a future where all our citizens genuinely participate: a country with decent employment opportunities, in a vibrant economy, that is supported by modern infrastructure and services - a South Africa where everyone has the chance to enjoy a decent quality of life. To do this though, I think we need to tap into the innate ability of technology to uplift society. We’re only scratching the surface right now, but there is so much more that we can do to use technology to connect schools and uplift education, to

“At the moment, our unemployed youth are the biggest threat to our stability as a nation; but harnessed well, they can become the country’s greatest asset.” drive real development in rural areas, to transform our health system and meet societal challenges at many levels. We need to enable the creation of a knowledge economy across the continent by using Africa’s greatest resource – its people. We must focus on building and growing sustainable businesses. We want to inspire a new generation of business owners and create a spirit of entrepreneurship through ongoing mentorship and support for small and micro-businesses. We have to create more jobs by giving people skills, growing entire markets for technology, creating opportunities for ordinary Africans, and helping small businesses grow. We must work together to help more South Africans – and indeed, all people of Africa - connect with each other and the rest of the world by making personal technology more accessible to them. Right now, we have the chance to increase this country’s global competitiveness by helping the continent close the opportunity divide that exists between itself and more advanced markets. If we seize this opportunity now, we’ll have gone a long way towards creating a South Africa where our children can thrive in the modern, inter-connected world.

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XOLANI QUBEKA, CEO OF BLACK BUSINESS COUNCIL | FOREWORD

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he advent of democracy in South Africa has been the shining a bright light in the lives of ordinary South Africans trying to escape the apartheid era. The constitutional right to vote brought about unprecedented joy for the majority of African people who were hitherto denied the right to do so. However, having that right to vote did not translate to automatic access to means of production, accumulation of wealth, or even to a decent job. It began to dawn on us that political freedom without economic freedom is indeed meaningless. It is against this background that the government introduced various measures aimed at the facilitation of economic transformation policies and regulations, as well as establishing appropriate related institutions and agencies. Central to these policies was the enactment of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (B-BBEE Act). While these policies and regulations are in place, the implementation of the B-BBEE policy was significantly flawed due to a plethora of operational and policy related challenges. This resulted in a myriad of unintended consequences such as fronting, a sense of entitlement among some members of the Act’s target groups. Another major flaw was the introduction of the Codes of Good Practice on BEE that introduced an easily manipulated scorecard. The truth of the matter is that, while there have been notable gains, this has not resulted in the transformation of the major part of the economy, nor has it resulted in the creation of new jobs as intended in the spirit of the B-BBEE legislation. Black-owned companies have been engaged more on the fringes of the supply chain, while larger empoweredpredominantly white owned companies continued to dominate the more lucrative proportion of the economic

cake, particularly in the public sector. The private sector still remains with these companies which mostly have selective transformational goals. The more such companies supply the public sector, the more they make an attempt to transform. In other words, the majority of private sector companies will only attempt to transform provided they have a potential supplier relationship with the public sector. Effectively, large white-owned companies which have been declared “Empowered” have been the major beneficiaries of B-BBEE because of the capacity to fulfil the scorecard requirements. The new B-BBEE Act as Amended, provides the necessary policy framework to intensify and deepen true economic transformation. This promises to be the desired mechanism to increase enterprise and supplier development framework that would instigate genuine black ownership patterns in all sectors of the economy. The way forward and future of B-BBEE should be an instrument to broaden the middle class by focusing on the creation and support of black industrialist as championed by the Black Business Council (BBC). The BBC believes that this can be achieved through a dedicated set-aside programme in all spheres of market sectors in the public and private sectors. This way, substantial economic benefit is broadened, new sustainable jobs are created and inequalities can be drastically reduced and poverty alleviated to a greater extent. The road to genuine economic emancipation for South Africa has yet to begin. I salute Impumelelo for recognising the public and private sectors for the strides made in empowerment. I invite all South Africans, black and white, to work side-by-side to create a lasting legacy for future generations.

Xolani Qubeka CEO - Black Business Council

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DR MATHEWS PHOSA, CEO OF MATHEWS PHOSA & ASSOCIATIONS | FOREWORD

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follow political freedom. It is a must.

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RALF FLETCHER, CEO OF TOPCO MEDIA | FOREWORD

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t's been nearly two decades that we as South African’s have redefined, restrategised and re-engineered policy so that our previously marginalised groups can finally fully participate as active citizens in our economy. And we have to take our hats off to the partnerships government, civil society and business have entered into in order to see this realised in our lifetime. Much still need to be done, but we must also celebrate the milestones we’ve achieved to date. The 12th Annual Oliver Empowerment Awards does just that. It recognises and celebrates the response many of you have made towards government's call to action. We’ve seen policies and procedures for compliance created and passed, and we’ve seen businesses get stuck into setting up sector charters and codes of good practise that we all hope will effect real economic change for those groups to whom it matters most. And while we’ve seen a plethora of problems, you simply cannot deny that the partnerships have yielded tremendous successes and inspired a generation of professionals and businesses who have as a key focus, the redressing of the imbalances that existed. We’ve seen the companies partnered with us as participants and sponsors at this years Oliver’s implement real solutions. We’ve seen the development of and subsequent vertical movement of black managers within these businesses, and there’s also been a more focused approach on attracting, retaining and rewarding talent - and this has had a direct impact on our country’s skills development imperatives and on the triple bottom line.

“Let’s keep stretching and let’s continue to celebrate and reward, in our small way, the achievements of our partners and participating businesses.” If we take a look at where we were with the first Oliver Empowerment Awards back in 2002, the goals may still be the same, but the milestones have certainly been stretched. This encourages me. Let’s keep stretching and let’s continue to celebrate and reward, in our small way, the achievements of our partners and participating businesses.

Ralf Fletcher CEO - Topco Media (Pty) Ltd

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he 12th annual Oliver Empowerment Awards took place on 26 April 2013 at the Sandton International Convention Centre where we recognised and honoured the contributions made in empowerment and transformation within South Africa, by outstanding organisations and individuals. The underlying motivation behind the awards is to discover which organisations and business leaders are creating a culture of entrepreneurship, developing best practices and carving out powerful and sustainable models of business for empowerment and transformation within South African business. The 12th annual Oliver Empowerment Awards was once again graced by the attendance of over 600 of South Africa’s most prominent leaders in business and government as well as the inaugural 10 Legends of Empowerment. The calibre of entries and nominations, the professionalism of the judges,

s d r wa thAnnual A overall award attendance and continuous commitment of the sponsors attained the awards’ success. The Public Protector, Adv. Thulisile Madonsela and Black Business Counsel’s Chief Executive Officer, Xolani Qubeka opened the awards ceremony with their thoughtprovoking keynote addresses. This set the scene for a successful, momentous event. The handover of awards were done by the category sponsors and senior management of Topco Media and recognized the cream of the empowerment crop in South Africa. The inaugural 10 Legends of Empowerment included leaders such as Dr Maphela Ramphele, Dr Mathews Phosa, Tokyo Sexwale, Dr Rob Davies, Cyril Ramaphosa and Adv. Thulisile Madonsela to name a few, were presented the Lifetime Achievement Awards for their contribution to

South Africa’s development and transformation thus far. The individual and organisation awards' winners included South Africa’s elite business leaders and corporations such as Microsoft SA, Netcare Limited, SAB Miller, Siemens, South African Weather Service, PetroSA, KPMG, Volkswagen and Vodacom to mention a few. Competitiveness within the various categories was tough due to the impressive submissions made by the nominees. The judges had quite a daunting task of selecting the 2013 winners and did so with diligence and careful consideration. We are proud to announce the winners of the 12th Annual Oliver Empowerment Awards and congratulate them on their achievement. A heartfelt token of gratitude goes out to each and everyone that contributed to the success of the 12th annual Oliver Empowerment Awards. Here’s to reaching greater heights for the Oliver Empowerment Awards in 2014!

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INDIVIDUAL AWARDS, WINNERS AND FINALISTS | OLIVER EMPOWERMENT AWARDS

2013 OLIVER EMPOWERMENT AWARDS WINNERS AND FINALISTS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Entrepreneur of 2013 Award Finalists sponsored by Business Report • Bongi-M Construction cc – Sibongile Maseko • Masana Hygiene Services – Cynthia Mkhombo • Raizcorp Enterprise Development – Allon Raiz • Ulwazi Protection Services – Bongani Mabizela • Women of Africa Fuels & Oils – Pria Hassan Winner - Allon Raiz, Raizcorp Enterprise Development Allon Raiz is the founder and CEO of Raizcorp, the only privately held, unfunded, profitable business incubator on the African continent, supporting in excess of 300 businesses. Judges Comments: Raiz has achieved so much for his age and the accolades received are proof of his abilities. We wish him all the best for the years to come. Young Achiever Award (<40) Finalists • Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) – Fairoza Parker • Discovery Consulting Services – Kate Moodley • Indigo Kulani Group (Pty) Ltd – Sibongile Manganyi • Nonku Ntshona & Associates Quality Surveyors (Pty) Ltd – Nonku Ntshona • SAB Miller – Hepsy Mkhungo • Siemens (Pty) Ltd – Shaleenah Marie • Silulo Ulutho Technologies – Luvuyo Rani

Winner - Kate Moodley, Discovery Consulting Services Currently, Kate Moodley is 35 years old and the Franchise Director at Discovery for 2,5 years. Her team is 73% black empowered (AIC) (of which 78% female) and transformation is definitely a matter of the heart for her. Judges Comments: Vibrant personality. She has done well in a corporate environment and used this platform to reach and positively influence the lives of numerous people. Public Sector Executive Award Finalists sponsored by TUMI • Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC) – Barlow Manilal • South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) – Joe Samuels • South African Weather Service (SAWS) – Dr Linda Makuleni Winner - Dr Linda Makuleni, South African Weather Service Dr Linda Makuleni, Chief Executive Officer, stands at the head of the South African Weather Service (SAWS). She has served on the SAWS Board since 2005, where she gained high level understanding and appreciation of the organisation. When joining as CEO in 2007, Dr Makuleni addressed issues of governance at SAWS, which included ensuring compliant governance structures; an organisational structure aligned to SAWS’s new strategy; implementation of the new investment strategy that addressed advancement in technology and infrastructure development; and ensuring that SAWS met all international obligations as outlined by the SAWS Act as well as playing a leadership role in meteorology; while working closely with SAWS stakeholders to ensure compliance to its government mandate. Female Business Personality Award Finalists • Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University – Santie Botha • PetroSA – Nosizwe Nokwe-Macamo • Women of Africa Fuels & Oils – Pria Hassan Winner - Nosizwe Nokwe-Macamo, PetroSA Nosizwe has an MSc in Chemical Engineering from the Moscow Institute

of Oil and Gas (1990), International Management Certificate from INSEAD (2003),Certificate in Finance and Accounting WITS (2004) Global Executive Development Programme GIBS (2004). Currently Nosizwe is the Group Chief Executive of PetroSA. She has 15 years of experience in the Oil industry. Judges Comments: Nosizwe NokweMacamo is one of the first female petrochemical engineers in South Africa. Under her leadership, Petro SA achieved their transformation targets. Due to the scarcity of this skill field in South Africa, Nosizwe is a role model to young aspirant African students. Male Business Personality Award • Lion of Africa Insurance Company Limited – Adam Samie • Microsoft SA (Pty) Ltd – Mteto Nyati • SizweNtsalubaGobodo Inc. – Victor Sekese Winner - Mteto Nyati, Microsoft SA Mteto Nyati’s is a classic South African story of a boy from humble beginnings who has risen to become one of the most influential figures in the South African technology industry. From day one, Nyati has made no bones about it: a company’s drive for profits should be linked to making a positive difference in society. At Microsoft, he has put people at the centre of the company’s success and vision, and has been able to see real changes in the way the company works, how it performs, and what it means to the broader community. Judges Comments: Mteto Nyati heads up the best performance subsidiary in the global market place. He is humble and a true role model to the South African technology industry. îî

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2013 OLIVER EMPOWERMENT AWARDS WINNERS AND FINALISTS ORGANISATION AWARDS SME Award Finalists sponsored by Rena Business Solutions • Indigo Kulani Group (Pty) Ltd • Musa Capital Fund Managers • Nonku Ntshona & Associates Quantity Surveyors (Pty) Ltd • Phuzamanzi Electrical • Shonaquip • Silulo Ulutho Technologies • Ulwazi Protection Services

Winner - Indigo Kulani Group The Indigo Kulani Group is a Multidisciplinary Infrastructure Consulting company, Established in 2006 as an Architectural Consulting Company by Ms Sibongile Manganyi at the age of 26, Since then, it has grown into a Multi-disciplinary Consulting Company that it is today. Judges Comments: Impressive portfolio of work especially by such a young person. The group has ambitious expansion plans and is actively promoting development in employment. Skills Development Award Finalists sponsored by Transnet Foundation • DAV Professional Placement Group • Dormac (Pty) Ltd • FirstRand Limited • Group Five Limited • KPMG • Netcare Limited • PC Training & Business College

• Tongaat Hulett Ltd • Volkswagen Group South Africa (Pty) Ltd Winner - Volkswagen Group South Africa Volkswagen Group South Africa has been at the forefront of skills development in the motor industry for many years, ensuring its employees measure up to the best in the automotive world. Judges Comments: Excellent efforts at all levels ranging from adult literacy to technical competency. Socially Responsible Investment Award Finalists • 5FM • ArcelorMittal South Africa • Investec Limited • Microsoft SA (Pty) Ltd • Netcare Limited • Sekunjalo Investment Group Ltd • Transnet Foundation • Vodacom SA (Pty) Ltd • Volkswagen Group South Africa (Pty) Ltd

big; from survival to sustainable; from supplier to a strategic partner.

Winner - Netcare Limited Netcare aims to conduct its business in a manner, which contributes to the development of the people, communities and country, while continuously seeking ways to reduce our impact on the environment. Sustainable development requires that they are mindful of the future impacts our business will have, beyond the business focus of profitability and creating shareholder value. To this end, Netcare invest significantly in healthcare-related social initiatives, and actively engage the public sector to form partnerships that increase access to quality healthcare. Netcare are committed to transformation in its business and the broader healthcare sector. Supplier Development Award Finalists • Adams & Adams • SAB Miller • Super Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd • Woolworths Holdings Limited Winner - Woolworths Holdings Limited Supplier development is an integral part of Woolworths’ business strategy. Woolworths have grown some of its suppliers from small to

Judges Comments: Overall, the best approach, policy, internal processes, measurement, and understanding of what supplier development is all about. Excellent motivation and supporting evidence of programme and projects underway. Africa’s Transformation Award Finalists sponsored by G4S • Accenture South Africa (Pty) Ltd • Adams & Adams • Lion of Africa Insurance Company Limited • McKinsey & Company • Netcare Limited • PricewaterhouseCoopers • SizweNtsalubaGobodo Winner - PricewaterhouseCoopers PricewaterhouseCoopers (“PwC”) is a global organisation committed to helping our clients meet the challenges posed by the global economy. In South Africa PwC is a partnership of 284 partners of which 46 are women. PwC has the largest number of black (African, Coloured and Indian) partners, representing a 28% black ownership. This makes PwC one of the most transformed professional service firms. Judges comments: PricewaterhouseCoopers has clear transformational targets that aim at increasing ownership, bursaries and employment equity. It also shows good year on year growth in employees. îî IMPUMELELO

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Dr Rob Davies Minister – Trade and Industry

Dr Reuel Jethro Khoza Chairman & Major Shareholder – Aka Capital

Adv Thulisile Madonsela Public Protector – Government of Southern Africa

Commander Tsietsi Mokhele Chief Executive Officer – SAMSA

Patrice Motsepe Founder & Executive Chairman – African Rainbow Minerals

Cyril Ramaphosa Deputy President – African National Congress

Dr Mathews Phosa Attorney at Law, Founder – Mathews Phosa and Associates & Former Treasurer-General – ANC

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2013 OLIVER EMPOWERMENT AWARDS JUDGES AYANDA SISULU-DUNSTAN Co-Head: Debt Capital Markets - Rand Merchant Bank Ayanda Sisulu-Dunstan is the CoHead of Debt Capital Markets at Rand Merchant Bank. Her team is highly experienced and has consecutively been recognised as the top-rated team in South Africa for the past 3 years. Since the creation of the foundation in 2003, more than 600 cardiac procedures have successfully been completed. BONANG MOHALE Chairman and Country General Manager: Commercial - Shell South Africa Marketing Limited President: Black Management Forum Bonang Mohale is Chairman and Country GM: Commercial of Shell South Africa and is responsible for the country’s Oil, Chemical, Aviation, Marine and Lubricants business. He spent 6 years as Chief Executive Officer of Drake & Scull FM SA, an integrated facilities management company owned by the Tsebo Outsourcing Group.

Strategist who gained his experience in the financial services, petroleum, aviation and beverages industries. He is passionate about BEE transformation, in particular enterprise and supplier development.

“Competitiveness within the various categories was tough due to the impressive submissions made by the nominees. The judges had quite a daunting task of selecting the 2013 winners and did so with diligence and careful consideration.”

is a director of IBM SA and executive for government programmes. Previously, he held a number of leadership positions in both the public and private sectors.

DR JUDY DLAMINI Managing Director and Chairman - Mbekani Investment Holdings Chairman - Aspen Pharmacare Ltd Dr Judy Dlamini, a former family practitioner with an MBChB from former Natal University, MBA from Wits Business School, is the MD and Chairman of the Mbekani Group & non-executive chairman of Aspen Pharmacare Ltd.

IPELENG NONKULULEKO MKHARI Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Motseng Investment Holdings Ipeleng Mkhari is the Chief Executive Officer of Motseng Investment Holdings, of which she was a co-founder in 1998. Her responsibilities include management of all three care group subsidiaries in the property cluster as well as managing all risk, compliance and governance related to aspects at group level.

FUTHI MTHOBA Chairman - Africa Board of Deloitte Chairman - National Anti-Corruption Forum Futhi Mthoba is Chairman of the Africa Board of Deloitte and a past President of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA). She served as Chairman of the Southern Africa Board of Deloitte, and was promoted to become the first African black woman to be appointed as a Partner at one of the four top accounting firms in South Africa.

LAWRENCE BHEKINKOSI MAVUNDLA President - National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry Lawrence Mavundla joined the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NAFCOC) in 1988 and is today its President. He is also the Vice President of the Black Business Council (BBC) and Executive Chairman of Silver Vanity Property Investment with a balance sheet of R350 million.

GAVIN PIETERSE Executive: Government Programmes and Director - IBM SA Gavin Pieterse, a renowned strategist, economic activist and business leader,

MOLEBATSI MOAGI Managing Director - Centre for Supplied Development Molebatsi Moagi is a Corporate Strategy and Economic Development

NOMAXABISO MAJOKWENI Chief Executive Officer - Business Unity South Africa Nomaxabiso Majokweni has been the Chief Executive Officer of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) since September 2011. She is no stranger to the management of complex stakeholder relations and aims to position BUSA as a fully unified representative apex organisation that contributes to a vibrant, transforming and growing economy. RON JOSIAS Chief Executive Officer - South African National Accreditation System (SANAS) Ron has more than 14 years experience in accreditation, strategic planning, development, project management, national and international liaison, and assessment of quality management systems for private and public entities. XOLANI QUBEKA Chief Executive Officer - Black Business Council Owner - Qubelisa Enterprise Empowerment & Training Xolani Qubeka is the Chief Executive Officer of the Black Business Council and renowned for his skills in the areas of: General Management, Project Management, Strategic Planning and Training Facilitation. From 2002 to 2012, he was Managing Member of Qubelisa Enterprise Empowerment & Training cc. ZUKISWA NTLANGULA Trustee, Founder and Director - National Empowerment Fund (NEF) Director - Ntlangula Inc. Zukiswa Ntlangula is the founder and director of Ntlangula Inc. - a property and corporate-commercial law firm based in Sandton. She served in strategic positions as an Attorney at Ntsebeza Inc. and Bowman Gilfillan Inc; Deloitte Consulting as a Change Management Specialist, and Thebe Investment Corporation as Group Company Secretary.

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BUSINESS PERSONALITY AWARD WINNER

– MTETO NYATI FROM MICROSOFT SOUTH AFRICA

Getting awards like this is a great validation of our efforts to be as locally relevant and meaningful in the lives of South Africa’s people as they are in ours.

OLIVER EMPOWERMENT AWARDS 2013 WINNER Company: Microsoft South Africa Full name: Mteto Nyati Title: Managing Director

Congratulations on being a winner of the Male Business Personality Award in the 2013 Oliver Empowerment Awards. How do you feel about the recognition after winning in your category? We’re delighted that our commitment to this country, and to being relevant to the lives of its people, has been recognised in this way. At Microsoft, making a difference to our communities is embedded in our DNA. Yes, the drive for profits is great, but it is strongly linked to making a positive difference in the society in which we operate. How would you, in your words, define Black Economic Empowerment? For us at Microsoft, B-BBEE is all about driving real development among the people and communities who need it the

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most. It’s about meeting the key challenges facing this country – like chronic youth unemployment, and a shortage of skills – by building sustainable black-owned businesses that create skills and jobs, and will positively affect other sectors of the economy. Where does your organisation’s drive for black economic empowerment come from? As a multinational operating in an environment where our citizens face unique challenges such as unemployment, a large unskilled workforce and poverty every day, being locally relevant is at the core of what we do at Microsoft South Africa. We see a future where all our citizens genuinely participate in a country with decent employment opportunities, in a vibrant economy, that is supported by modern

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infrastructure and services - a South Africa where everyone has the chance to enjoy a decent quality of life. Why do you think South Africa needs to acknowledge the leaders in empowerment? We all need “heroes” that we can look up to and try to emulate. By honouring leaders in the empowerment space, we’re showing the rest of South Africa how they can make a meaningful difference by taking innovative approaches, and being committed to being part of a solution for the broader community. What are the main aspects of your organisation’s empowerment and transformation programme? We have taken a strategic decision to align our social investments and activities very clearly to government’s 12 national priorities. We have aligned these activities to four key themes, where we run multiple impactful projects and activities: • Sustainable Development • Empowering the Youth • A Safer South Africa • Improving Service Delivery In one sentence: what do you think is your organisation’s most important function as a leader in empowerment? It’s important that we create models for empowerment that work – and once we have those models, we need to share them broadly amongst corporate South Africa, and offer a path that we can all follow to dramatically speed up the process of empowerment in our country. What advice do you have for upcoming businesses to enhance their empowerment status? At Microsoft, we believe that companies can make the greatest difference to people’s lives when they work in partnership with government, development organisations, NGOs and other industry leaders. If companies

“We’re delighted that our commitment to this country, and to being relevant to the lives of its people, has been recognised in this way.”

engage with government, and deliver programmes that are aligned with the national priorities, their empowerment status can only improve. Does winning the Oliver Empowerment Award directly enhance your internal management support for effective transformation? A vital part of the success of our citizens' efforts is the absolute commitment by our staff to making a difference in their communities. Getting awards like this is a great validation of their efforts to be as locally relevant and meaningful in the lives of South Africa’s people as they are in ours. Does winning the Oliver Empowerment Award directly influence the external client assessment of your credibility as a BEE supplier or partner? What the award does is to offer powerful recognition and endorsement of

our efforts in the empowerment space, and to highlight some of the work we’ve done to get here. That in itself lends immense credibility to our BEE credentials: we’re not just here to tick boxes, but we’re committed to making a meaningful difference. What was your expectation of the revision of the B-BBEE Codes at the April 2011 meeting between the B-BBEE Advisory Council and President Zuma? I think B-BBEE is a work in progress, and government is incredibly committed to refining the process as we go along to make sure that B-BBEE codes have the effect they were always intended to: which is literally to empower the millions of people who have not always had the opportunities they should have. It’s up to corporate South Africa to continue listening carefully to what government really wants, and being an active partner in shaping a better South Africa for all of us. Was there a moment in your career that was most satisfying or when you thought this makes it all worthwhile? There have been a couple of those moments in the past few years, like the launch of Microsoft’s Equity Equivalent Programme, which is going to grow several black-owned global software companies by 2018. But what makes it all worthwhile is seeing the progress that we’re helping enable: driving local innovation, reducing unemployment and transforming education. In the last four years, we have trained 5 500 unemployed graduates and today they have jobs with our partners. That’s hugely satisfying. Do you think there are certain skills that make you a natural leader in South African business? I think one characteristic of good leaders is to surround themselves with people from different backgrounds and disciplines. I try to listen to a range of opinions, and debate issues with my people, before I decide on a course of action. The day you stop challenging yourself, and being challenged, is the day you start stagnating as a human being and as a leader.

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A POST - APARTHEID JOURNEY

I am now a full-time businessman and I will attempt to live the commitment changes that I want to see in our broader society.

OLIVER EMPOWERMENT AWARDS 2013 WINNER Company: Mathews Phosa & Associations (Pty) Limited Full Name: Dr Mathews Phosa Title: Chief Executive Officer

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Dr. Mathews Phosa, before your political journey started, have you always known that you wanted to be part of the change you envisaged for South Africa? I knew only that the system I grew up in was wrong, and that I wanted to assist in changing it for the better. After an assassination plot post the establishment of your legal practice â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which at that time, was the first black-owned law firm in Nelspruit â&#x20AC;&#x201C; you were forced into exile. What effect did this have on your patriotism to South Africa and the quest to create a country accessible to everyone? I knew that by moving into previously unchartered territories, I could create opportunities for others to do the same and, challenge the system.

Upon your return to South Africa, you played an integral part in the negotiations that took place with the former South African government. What were some of the biggest challenges you faced throughout the negotiations process and how were those issues addressed that led to our democracy? The challenge was always to find common ground, to understand your negotiation partners' point of view, and not to fixate on one-sided solutions. It was often challenging, but it proved to be a successful approach. You were directly responsible for the return of exiles and the establishment of the ANC departments in the Luthuli House. How did you feel when you could bring home so many

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“Government must create the space for growth, and business leaders must then shape that space in such a way that we reduce poverty and unemployment. In doing so, we must design our growth in such a way that we do not hemorrhage the benefits of all our hard work into the cancer of corruption.” that were forced to flee? We were a team that achieved this. We were happy, but mindful that many other pieces of the puzzle still had to fall in place to achieve liberation. What impact did the establishment of the ANC departments in the Luthuli House have on the party’s influence and stance in government? It assisted a lot in policy formulation, but I would rather look forward than back. A lot still needs to be done by our newly elected leadership, regarding aspects such as guidance in areas of service delivery. In 1994, South Africa became a democratic state and you were elected as the first Premier of Mpumalanga whilst simultaneously playing an integral part in various councils and commissions. How did it feel to be part of the change and hands-on where South Africa is going?

It was immensely satisfying, but as ANC leaders we knew that the first phase of liberation would be consumed by the steady transformation of organs of state. It has taken us the best part of two decades to complete that phase. Even after your resignation as a Member of Parliament, you still remain a driving force of development and change in business and government in South Africa. For this very reason, you were recognized as a Legend of Empowerment at the 12th Oliver Empowerment Awards and presented the Lifetime Achievement Award. How did you feel being honored for your contribution to the success of South Africa? I felt honoured, especially seeing the names of those that were also

presented with the lifetime awards. Our work is far from done, and I would rather resist reflecting on the award, and focus on the many areas that call for energetic and selfless leadership. After 20 years of democracy, where do we go from here as a country and what will your involvement be in the future development of South Africa? I am now a full-time businessman and I will attempt to live the commitment changes that I want to see in our broader society. Government must create the space for growth, and business leaders must then shape that space in such a way that we reduce poverty and unemployment. In doing so, we must design our growth in such a way that we do not hemorrhage the benefits of all our hard work into the cancer of corruption.

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mpumelelo aims to identify South Africa's top empowered companies through thorough evaluation of their empowerment credentials, financial performance and the triple bottom line. It has developed these research criteria with the University of Cape Town, and Topco Media’s research team use it diligently to conduct extensive research. Companies are assessed on the seven pillars of empowerment as set out by the dti, namely ownership/directorship, management, employment equity, skills development, enterprise development, preferential procurement and corporate social investment. Given Impumelelo's focus on empowerment, only companies with both black ownership and directorship, irrespective of the level, qualify for consideration. Furthermore, eligibility is determined by compliance with the minimum turnover requirements. Only companies with a turnover in excess of R10 million per annum, or those with a turnover of between R8

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million and R10 mllion that have exhibited growth of 15 percent or more in the past year, are eligible for consideration. However, in order to be considered as one of South Africa's top empowerment companies, a minimum number of points need to be accumulated by companies across seven qualification criteria. These criteria are: • Black ownership as a share of total ownership • Black executive directors as a share of all executive directors • Black senior managers as a share of total senior management • Black employees as a share of total employment • Corporate social investment spend (in both absolute and relative terms) • Expenditure on skills development focused on empowering historically disadvantaged individuals • Procurement practices Companies complying with the ownership and directorship requirements, and exceeding the minimum turnover requirements are evaluated according

“Given Impumelelo's focus on empowerment, only companies with both black ownership and directorship, qualify for consideration.” to these criteria and points are allocated relative to their performance. Depending on their specific performances, companies are allocated high, medium or low points for each criterion. Those companies that meet the minimum point requirement qualify for entry into the publication and are then also eligible for the various Oliver Empowerment Awards, each of which has further minimum requirements. Impumelelo aims to highlight all companies that perform above a certain level.

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MINING AND CONSTRUCTION

The government’s R827 billion infrastructure allocation inspires optimism for the construction industry, depending on how the government apportions this budget. The construction industry remains amongst government’s highest priorities.

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he 2010 FIFA World Cup brought about an increase of activity in the South African construction sector. Countless numbers of projects in the local construction industry were developed for the purposes of preparing for the World Cup event. The 2010 World Cup inspired projects gave the construction sector a push in the right direction, even contracts abroad. Although the local mining sector faced contradictory circumstances of a slowing construction sector post World Cup, some construction industry partakers remained optimistic that the industry would upswing again in 2012 from the slowing of contract flow. Nevertheless, the government’s R 827 billion infrastructure allocation inspires optimism for the construction industry, depending on how the government apportions this budget. The construction industry remains amongst government’s highest priorities and therefore the industry’s incomings are significantly profound to government. As yet, proposals of projects concerning government’s infrastructure plans reflect a sluggish movement in sufficing to the market. In this year’s the first quarter, a number of 1,458 tenders were rolled out to tender, which represents an upsurge of 8,7%. However, when compared to 2012’s last quarter, this year’s first quarter of local construction industry’s activity is 24% lower. Gauteng’s tender activity reflects a minor increase of 1% while a large portion of construction-tendering takes place in Kwazulu Natal (KZN), injecting 31% into the nation’s total, due to nearly 40% of the civil tenders issued being related to road projects, where over 50% were located in KZN. A vast degree of water related projects rolled out to tender were also in KZN which contributed 33% to the national gross total, trailed by the Eastern Cape with 15,8%. The widely held majority of marketable tenders were situated in Gauteng but low income housing tender-

ing projects were more fixated in Kwazulu Natal. However, there are other sectors that contribute to the construction sector under the radar. Although with relatively small projects, the education sector features a noticeable part in increasing local tender activity. This is in part due to that the educations sector building activity contributed 40% of the nation’s total building activities in 2012, most of these projects being situated in Limpopo. The construction sector faces many challenges mainly because of the complexities it carries. The industry’s massive size and complexity bears intricate circumstance due to the immense number and range of employees in the sector. Some of the complexities include the differences in training and professional development traditions, the difference in professional networks and inter-organisational relationships, the variety in training and development needs and priorities and the variety in the policy and regulatory frameworks which govern the various sub sectors. Other complexities revolve around the industry project postponement rate. The Northern Cape reflected 17.3% postponement rate while the Eastern Cape showed 14.4% and Gauteng conveyed the highest postponement rate above na-

tional average at 26%. The delay of projects poses a grave obstacle for the construction industry due to a possibility of low margins, competition of projects and higher input costs occurring. Although faced with these challenges the sector is still recovering. It is projected to fully recover in earnings around 2014 with a positive growth escalation from the third quarter of 2013.

STATISTICS • Tender activity in the civil industry improved, up 23% since the first quarter of 2012 • The input of civil projects increased from 64% in 2012 Q4 to 70,8% in 2013 Q1 • The industry postponement rate improved from 20,5% in the first quarter of 2012 to 12,7% in the first quarter of 2013, • The nominal value of construction projects awarded increased by 52% since the previous quarter Source: SA.Info

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MINING Coal

Coal of Africa Limited.............................(011) 575 4363 Delmas Coal (Pty) Ltd............................(013) 665 7000 Exxaro Resources (Pty)Ltd......................(012) 307 5000 Kuyasa Mining (Pty) Ltd.........................(013) 656 3659 Motjoli Resources (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 243 4900 Optimum Coal Holdings Ltd....................(011) 447 3858 Richards Bay Coal Terminal Limited...........(035) 904 4911 Sasol Mining (Pty) Ltd............................(017) 614 5005 Sekoko Resources (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 706 3542 Sentula Mining Ltd.............................. ..(011) 656 1303

Gold Mining

AngloGold Ashanti Limited......................(011) 637 6000 Gold Fields Limited................................(011) 562 9700 Great Basin Gold Limited.......................(011) 301 1800 Southgold Exploration a subsidiary of Great Basin Gold Limited....................(011) 301 1800 Westdawn Investments (Pty) Ltd t/a JIC Mining Services.................. ..(011) 564 9400

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Anglo American Platinum Limited ........ ..(011) 373 6111 Aquarius Platinum South Africa (Pty)... . ..(011) 656 1140 Impala Platinum Holdings Limited Ltd... ..(011) 731 9000 Northam Platinum Limited................... ..(011) 759 6000 Royal Bafokeng Platinum Limited......... ..(011) 530 8000

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Umnotho Wesizwe Group (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 706 3070

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Alexkor Limited......................................(027) 831 1330 Ekapa Mining (Pty) Ltd...........................(053) 831 2672 Trans Hex Group Limited........................(021) 937 2000

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Assmang Limited...................................(011) 779 1000 Aveng Manufacturing a division of Aveng Limited....................................(011) 876 5000 Cape Precious Metals (Pty) Ltd................(021) 551 2066 Foskor (Pty) Ltd......................................(011) 347 0600 Kumba Iron Ore Limited..........................(012) 683 7000 Lafarge Mining South Africa (Pty) Ltd - a division of Lafarge South Africa..........(011) 657 0000 Merafe Resources Limited......................(011) 783 4780 Metorex Limited.....................................(011) 880 3155 Richards Bay Minerals............................(035) 901 3111

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BASIC INDUSTRIES Chemicals Chemicals - Commodities

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Nampak Products Ltd t/a Nampak Liquid......................................(011) 249 5200 Nu-Fiberform Plastics SA (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 902 9200 Patin Trading 1 (Pty) Ltd t/a Perfect Plastics......................................(021) 932 9687 Safripol (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 575 4549

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abe Construction Chemicals (Pty) Ltd......(011) 917 2520 African Oxygen Limited t/a Afrox.............(011) 490 0400 Agro-Serve (Pty) Ltd t/a Efekto................(011) 304 7200 Alrode Chemicals cc...............................(011) 868 2183 Ampaglas Plastics Group (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 398 8000 BASF South Africa (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 203 2400 Buckman Laboratories (Pty) Ltd...............(031) 736 8800 Chemical Specialities Ltd t/a ChemSpec.............................................(032) 541 8600

Dow Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 575 0808 Henkel South Africa (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 617 2400 Laser Chemicals (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 551 7690 NCP Chlorchem (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 921 3111 NCS Resins (Pty) Ltd..............................(031) 713 0600 Nulandis ..............................................(011) 823 8000 Sasol Gas Limited..................................(011) 889 9000

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Afrikano Hardware cc............................(016) 986 3333 Bolt & Nut World cc...............................(021) 981 8330 Cashbuild South Africa (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 248 1500 Jolinde Construction cc...........................(021) 762 5585 KLM International Supplies cc t/a KLM Plumbing Supplies.........................011) 615 4455

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Aburec Fencing t/a Cape Fence Erectors......................................(021) 982 5557 Adriya Sports and Fencing cc.................(031) 940 4398 Afrimat Limited.....................................(021) 917 8840 AfriSam (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd................(011) 670 5500 Amabamba Fencing (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 905 1600 Ashrafs Windscreens cc t/a Bellville Glass Centre.............................(021) 946 1535 Aveng Steeledale Mesh...........................(011) 401 6300 Bellville Glass Centre cc..........................(021) 946 1535 Boseng a division of Ubuntu Plastics........(021) 905 5555 Brikor Limited........................................(011) 739 9000 Buildmax Limited...................................(012) 685 0440 Corobrik (Pty) Ltd...................................(031) 560 3111 Distribution and Warehousing Network Limited (Dawn).........................(011) 323 0000 DPI Plastics (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 345 5600 Erbacon Investment Holdings..................(011) 206 9660 Form-Scaff ...........................................(011) 842 4000 Good Hope Brick (Pty) Ltd t/a Cape Brick ...........................................(021) 511 2006 Imba Plant Hire (Pty) Ltd........................(021) 931 4168 Infrasors Holdings Limited.....................(012) 736 2240 JK Hardware Distributors cc...................(021) 762 0634 Karebo Group Ltd..................................(011) 234 0660 Lafarge Cement - a division of Lafarge South Africa (Pty) Ltd................. .(011) 657 0000 Libby Construction Inc........................... .(021) 933 3385 Lubbe Construction (Pty) Ltd.................. .(011) 825 1886 Magnavault Trading 864 cc T/A Makoloi Construction.............................(083) 676 2529 Makgwading Construction & Projects cc........................................(073) 469 6171 Malaka Supplies cc............................... .(011) 421 7247 Mantshiyo Building Construction cc..................................... .(014) 592 3907 Massbuild (Pty) Ltd t/a Builders Warehouse, Builders Express; Builders Trade Depot... .(011) 797 0400 Much Asphalt (Pty) Ltd.......................... .(021) 900 4400 Murray & Roberts Cementation...............(011) 201 5000 Natal Portland Cement Company (Pty) Ltd..................................(031) 450 4411 NPC Cimpor (Pty) Ltd..............................(031) 450 4411 Pretoria Portland Cement Company Ltd (PPC) ............................................(011) 386 9000 Rocla (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 670 7600 IMPUMELELO

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Saint-Gobain Gyproc SA (Pty) Ltd............(011) 345 5300 Salberg Concrete Products (Pty) Ltd........(011) 357 7600 Sephaku Cement (Pty) Ltd......................(012) 684 6300 Uni-Span (Pty) Ltd Formwork & Scaffolding ............................................(011) 462 8965 Wahl Industries (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 474 0220 WG Wearne Limited...............................(011) 459 4500 Wiehahn Formwork and Scaffolding (Pty) Ltd ............................................(021) 880 7777

House Building

BL Williams Construction Company (Pty) Ltd..................................(021) 865 2575 Mathote Modular Building Systems (Pty) Ltd.................................................(011) 363 0970 Uvuko Civils Maintenance and Construction cc......................................(011) 660 3663

Heavy Construction

Abakhisi (SA) (Pty) Ltd............................(021) 913 6324 ABE Painting Contractors cc...................(021) 762 5585 Actus Integrated Management (Pty) Ltd ...............................................(033) 342 3941 AEL Mining Services (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 606 0000 African National Cranes cc.....................(011) 422 1365 Afro Crane (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 392 5264 Apex Asphalt cc.....................................(031) 205 5956 Aveng (Africa) Limited............................(011) 779 2800 Aveng Grinaker LTA - a division of Aveng Group......................................(011) 578 6000 B & W Instrumentation and Electrical Limited...................................(011) 907 1663

Baapo Consulting and Construction cc......................................(083) 533 3750 Basil Read Holdings Limited....................(011) 418 6300 Bay Tower Properties 188 cc t/a Vlakteplaas Crushers..............................(042) 293 2102 Boitshoko Road Surfacing cc..................(011) 908 4589 Bombela Concession Company (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 997 8000 Bongi-M Construction cc (BMC)...............(011) 760 3445 Boshard Construction (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 931 8224 C & R Contractors KwaZulu cc.................(031) 579 3424 CC George Properties (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 692 0606 Charles Jansen Bouers cc.......................(054) 339 1630 Chuene Business Enterprise (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 312 3717 Concor Holdings (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 495 2222 Cosira International (SA) (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 817 6600 Criterion Equipment (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 966 9700 David Basson Construction cc..................(021) 945 3859 Edwin Construction (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 524 7000 ELB Group Limited..................................(011) 306 0700 Empyreal Construction (Pty) Ltd...............(086) 143 6264 Esor Africa (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 822 3906 EsorFranki Limited..................................(011) 822 3906 Fikile Construction (Pty) Ltd.....................(012) 664 1910 G4 Civils (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 396 1793 Group Five Limited..................................(011) 806 0111 Imbani Projects (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 487 3200 Indigo Kulani Group.................................(011) 440 2672 Katenga Tubular Construction (Pty) Ltd.................................................(011) 553 2000 Kaulani Civils (Pty) Ltd............................(012) 658 0082 Kwagga Holdings (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 472 0996

Martin & East (Pty) Ltd............................(021) 761 3474 Mascrete Group (Pty) Ltd t/a Mascrete (011) 837 8806 Mazor Group Ltd....................................(021) 556 1555 Motheo Construction Group (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 789 8440 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd...............(011) 456 6200 NMC (Pty) Ltd........................................(021) 551 2640 Nolitha (Pty) Ltd.....................................(021) 591 8183 Olwethu Engineering Consulting & Construction..........................................(011) 315 0428 Protech Khuthele Holdings Limited..........(011) 301 5599 Rainbow Construction Cape (Pty) Ltd.......(021) 761 8628 Raubex Group Limited............................(051) 406 2000 Rumdel Construction (Pty) Ltd.................(031) 700 2697 SA French Limited..................................(011) 975 4921 Sanyati Holdings Limited......................(0861) 726 4653 Sawren Construction (Pty) Ltd.................(028) 316 2926 Slab-KIT (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 886 8065 Slingsby & Gaidien (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 703 2840 Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Limited..........(011) 571 4300 Steinmuller Africa (Pty) Ltd .....................(011) 806 3000 TDB&C Agency......................................(051) 430 7227 The Power Group of Companies..............(021) 907 1300 TN MolefeConstruction (Pty) Ltd - a division of TN Molefe Holdings (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 794 8527 Trencon Construction (Pty) Ltd................(011) 974 4464 TTR General Building Construction (Pty) Ltd...............................(011) 403 3045 Tumishi Electrical cc...............................(015) 293 2288 Umzamo Civils cc...................................(021) 905 8732 Waco Africa (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 842 4000 WBHO Construction (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 321 7200 WK Construction (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 206 2000

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Kambuku – The PPC way of Life PPC’s Kambuku philosophy not only looks to empower PPC’s employees but also local communities. It committed R60 million over five years on local economic development (LED) projects.

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PC Ltd. is the leading supplier of cement in southern Africa with eight cement manufacturing facilities and three milling depots in South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe with capacity to produce around eight million tons of cement products per annum. PPC’s Kambuku philosophy, a value based people management system adopted in 1998, not only looks to empower PPC’s employees but also local communities. The passion and commitment of our employees is the catalyst for our growth and transformation. Kambuku aims to establish a strong foundation to continuously grow and empower employees in support of PPC’s REAL (relevant, empowered, actualised and lasting) transformation philosophy.

“PPC’s social initiatives embrace the principle of corporate social responsibility and corporate social investment (CSI).” EMPOWERMENT OWNERSHIP PPC is firmly committed to advancing Black Economic Empowerment in South Africa. After the cement company’s R2,7 billion initial BBBEE transaction in 2008, PPC announced its R1,1 billion second phase Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) transaction in 2012. In September 2012, following the second phase of PPC’s empowerment transaction, the cement company

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received an approved report from DMR (Department of Mineral Resources) recommending that outstanding applications due to empowerment issues be finalised. Six of the ten mining rights have been converted. All sites requiring social and labour plans in terms of the mining charter, have current DMR approved plans in place. SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT In PPC’s ten social and labour plans submitted to the DMR, the company committed to investing R60 million over five years on local economic development (LED) projects in their communities. This involves 28 projects in 12 communities, partnering with municipalities in six provinces across the country. SOCIAL AND LABOUR PLAN PROJECTS implemented are summarised below: Construction Incubator in Atteridgeville, Tshwane PPC Invested R5,2 million in developing Phase 1 of the new Construction Incubator in Atteridgeville, in partnership with the City of Tshwane. The incubator is aimed at providing support to emerging contractors with

CIDB grade level 1-3 training for a period of 3 years with the intention of enabling the participants or emerging contractors to advance by at least one level up each year above their entry point on the CIDB. The primary aim is to improve the capacity of the participants to operate viable construction business competitively in the industry. The project created 49 temporary jobs during construction. The incubator has been completed and handed over to CETA to commence recruitment and training of emerging contractors. Waste Buyback Centre in Diepsloot, Johannesburg Diepsloot is a densely populated commutity of formal and informal settlements. PPC Laezonia’s quarry is about 6km from Diepsloot and sources labour mainly from that community. Through engagements with the City of Johannesburg, a serious shortage of waste management facilities in the Diepsloot community was identified. PPC invested R3 million towards the design, construction and operational equipment for a Waste Buyback Centre in Diepsloot. The construction was completed in July 2012, creating 60 temporary jobs. A local NGO, Bontle ke Tlhago was selected to run the centre.

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e With an estimated income of R 70 000.00 per month, the centre currently employs 7 local community members permanently and assists approximately 100 members of the local community to make money through collecting and selling waste materials to the centre. Thus far, PPC has spent over R38 million of the planned total. PPC continues to engage with all its communities in identifying and implementing sustainable projects. Through CSI, PPC continues to invest in the communities in which it operates, with a special focus on initiatives benefiting women, youth and people with disabilities. PPC’s social initiatives embrace the principle of corporate social responsibility and corporate social investment (CSI). National and international targets act as guidelines for social development in PPC. Projects supported by PPC for at least three years are beginning to bear fruit, a true reflection of the PPC REAL philosophy. Highlighted below are some of these long-running projects as well as new initiatives. Time for Change Time for Change beneficiaries are primarily young people from the streets and former sex workers who have been trained in baking and sewing skills to secure employment. The two small businesses – baking and sewing – continue to make enough income to be self-supporting. Two ladies have opened their own mini bakeries; one in the inner city and the other in Fine Town The sewing team continues to grow its customer base. They made pyjamas and linen for the Mafikeng paediatric

The R5.2 million investment in developing two construction training incubators in the City of Tswane, with the The Executive Mayor, Councillor Kgosientso Ramokgopa. ward in support of the Thandi Modise Trust, and PPC contributed R50 000 towards equipment for the ward. The six best performers from the sewing class each received a second-hand sewing machine as an incentive from the centre. The Love of Christ Ministries (TLC) TLC is a home for abandoned babies that needed to become financially independent to ensure its survival. PPC’s investment in TLC’s poultry farming initiatives over the past three years is now producing good results. The combination of an anchor customer and competitive prices has resulted in this small business selling around 500 chickens each month. This provides revenue to cover some of TLC’s operating costs. The plan is to upgrade the facility in the next financial year, enabling TLC to double production and, thus, its annual income. Forest Town School – Rise Bakery PPC’s journey with Forest Town School for children and youth with special needs started in 2007 with the refurbishment of four dismal playgrounds and a financial

contribution towards the upgrading of the outdated therapy equipment in the Speech, Occupational and Physiotherapy Departments. In May 2013, the Deputy Minister for the Department of Women, Children and People with Disabilities, Ms Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu, inaugurated the Forest Town School’s Bakery, Confectionery and IT Technology Training Centre, in Johannesburg. The centre, funded by PPC Ltd, provides accredited work-based training within a fully functional business facility for youth with complex disabilities between the ages of 16 and 22 years.

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 386 9000 Fax: +27 (0) 11 386 9001 Email: contactus@ppc.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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MANUFACTURING | SECTOR OVERVIEW

MANUFACTURING Manufacturing in South Africa comprises of six industry sectors: Textiles & Clothing Production, Information & Communication Technology (ICT) & Electronics, Chemicals, Automotive, Agriculture and Mining & Metallurgy.

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hrough diversifying the manufacturing landscape, South Africa has permitted its manufacturing base to develop and yield global economic competitiveness. Not only does South Africa's manufacturing sector actively compete in the global economic community but it delivers a platform for South Africa's progression in achieving specific outcomes in services such as job creation and economic development in the country. South Africa's large, welldeveloped metals industry, with vast natural resources and a supportive infrastructure, represents roughly a third of all South Africa's manufacturing. South Africa’s manufacturing sector faces stiff competition from offshore manufacturers, who appear to have the scale and capabilities to produce goods faster and cheaper. Even local innovators and business are offshoring their manufacturing. The latest three-year roll-over of South Africa's Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) focuses squarely on boosting the country's manufacturing sector in order to grow jobs, exports and the production of value added goods, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies. The South African information technology (IT) industry growth outstrips the world average. The country's established and sophisticated indigenous information and communications technology (ICT) and electronics sector comprises of more than 3 000 companies and was ranked 22nd in 2001 in terms of total worldwide IT spend.

The chemical industry has been shaped by the political and regulatory environment which created a philosophy of isolationism and protectionism during the apartheid years. This tended to foster an inward approach and a focus on import replacement in the local market. It also encouraged the building of smallscale plants with capacities geared to local demand, which tended to be uneconomic The South African textile and clothing industry has a powerful vision. It aims to use all the natural, human and technological resources at its disposal to make South Africa the preferred domestic and international supplier of South African manufactured textiles and clothing. The manufacturing sector provides a locus for stimulating the growth of other activities, such as services, and achieving specific outcomes. This platform of manufacturing presents an opportunity to significantly accelerate the country's growth and development.

STATISTICS • R 5.75 billion offered by the DTI as incentive to manufacturing sector • 4% agricultures contribution to GDP • R124 billion approximate GDP contribution of agri-food complex in SA (inputs, primary production processing). • 451 000 no. of employed people in agri-processing in the formal sector • 5% GDP contributed by chemical industry • 25% Chemical industry sales contribution • +- 7% GDP contributed by the telecommunications industry • 23rd Ranking of SA telecommunica- tions development in the world • 50% South Africa growth rate of the cell phone market per year • 4th fastest growing cell phone market in the world • 1st largest steel producer in Africa • 60% contribution to Africa’s total steel production • 1.4 billion exports accounting for apparel Source: SA.Info and the DTI

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LISTING

MANUFACTURING

OTHER MANUFACTURING Other Manufacturing

3M South Africa (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 806 2000 Acoustex (Pty) Ltd..................................(041) 407 4111 African Explosives Limited......................(011) 606 0000 Alltube (Pty) Ltd.....................................(033) 386 1100 Aqua-loc South Africa (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 474 1240 Artistic Wood Carvers and Turners (Pty) Ltd................................................(031) 469 2494 Automould (Pty) Ltd................................(031) 792 4300 Beier Invirotec (Pty) Ltd...........................(031) 710 0400 Beka Manufacturing SA (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 837 7991 Bidvest Afcom (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 627 0800 Chet Industries Limited...........................(011) 970 5300 CME Precision (Pty) Ltd..........................(021) 505 9600 Control Valve Technology cc....................(021) 556 7130 Deutrans Industrial & Mining Supplies cc.(017) 647 1191 FT Filtration Technology (Pty) Ltd.............(013) 741 1493 Good Hope Brick (Pty) Ltd t/a Capebrick..(021) 511 2006 IE Industrial Element cc..........................(011) 867 5369 Inmins Trading (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 345 9800 Lion Match Products (Pty) Ltd.................(031) 308 1711 Marble Gold 1025 cc.............................(031) 468 5236 Marley Pipe Systems (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 739 8600 Metalplus..............................................(011) 433 1880 Natal Rubber Compounders (Pty) Ltd ......(033) 387 1330 Peninsula Drums cc...............................(021) 374 1161 Plastic Industries (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 873 9991 Polychem Replacement Parts cc.............(011) 811 4584 Process Automation (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 793 1258 Prowalco (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 617 6000 Regma South Africa (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 668 6600 SA Drum Services (Pty) Ltd.....................(031) 468 5236 SA Point of Purchase (Pty)Ltd.................(011) 796 0600 Simmons SA (Pty) Ltd.............................(032) 437 5700 Sondor Industries (Pty) Ltd......................(021) 959 5900 Specialised Panel Manufacturing cc........(021) 905 2233 Tenesol South Africa (Pty) Ltd..................(021) 797 7377 United Thermal Technologies (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 474 2447 Vikela Aluvin (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 825 3648 Way Up Front Point of Sales Promotions (Pty) Ltd...............................(021) 905 9461 Wearcheck Africa ( Pty) Ltd - a division of Setpoint Technology...........................(031) 700 5460 Yenza Manufacuring (Pty)ltd....................(041) 487 1683

FORESTRY & PAPER Paper

Mondi Limited........................................(011) 994 5400 Sappi Manufacturing Limited..................(011) 407 8111

STEEL & OTHER METALS Non-Ferrous Metals

Copalcor (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 821 0700 Hulamin Limited.....................................(033) 395 6911 Robor (Pty) Ltd ......................................(011) 971 1600 South African Mint Company (Pty) Ltd......(012) 677 2777 Transwire..............................................(011) 316 2480

Iron & Steel

ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited...........(016) 889 9111 ASA Metals (Pty) Ltd...............................(013) 230 7600

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AEROSPACE & DEFENCE Aerospace

Denel Aviation.........................................(011) 927 9111

Defence

Advanced Technologies & Engineering Company (Pty) Ltd................(011) 266 7600 African Defence System (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 313 9251 Armaments Corporation of South Africa (ARMSCOR)............................................(012) 428 1911 BAE Systems Land South Africa (Pty) Ltd.................................................(011) 747 3300 Denel (Pty) Ltd ......................................(012) 671 2700 Denel Land Systems (a division of Denel).................................(012) 620 9111 Thales Defence Systems (Pty) Ltd............(011) 313 9000

DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIALS Diversified Industrials

Argent Industrial Limited..........................(031) 584 7702 Barloworld Limited..................................(011) 445 1000 Eqstra Holdings Limited...........................(011) 458 7555 Imperial Holdings Limited........................(011) 372 6500 The Bidvest Group Ltd.............................(011) 772 8700

ELECTRONIC & ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT Electrical Equipment

Allied Technologies Limited (Altech)..........(011) 715 9000 Ampair Maintenance (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 402 3351 CBI Electric: Aberdare ATC Telecom Cables (Pty) Ltd.........................(012) 381 1400 CZ Electronics Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd.................................................(011) 914 5240 Edison Power Electrical (Pty) Ltd..............(031) 534 1300 Govender's Electrical cc..........................(011) 974 9814 Malesela Taihan Electric Cable (Pty) Ltd.................................................(016) 450 8200 Mandlakazi Electrical Technologies (Pty) Ltd.................................................(013) 755 2257

Electronic Equipment

A Format Supplies cc t/a A Zero Avenue.................................................(012) 998 8842 ABB South Africa (Pty) Ltd......................(010) 202 5000 Aberdare Cables....................................(011) 396 8000 Actom (Pty) Ltd......................................(011) 820 5111 Ansys Limited........................................(012) 346 3141 Barlec Electrical a division of Strut (Pty) Ltd................................................(011) 618 3700 Bibby Turboflex SA (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 918 4270 Bid Information Exchange (Pty) Ltd t/a Oce SA.................................................(011) 661 9555 Bytes Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 928 9111 Dartcom (Pty) Ltd...................................(012) 345 7530 Electrowave Cape..................................(021) 510 2550 Electrozone Electrical (Pty) Ltd................(011) 834 8759 Excelcom cc..........................................(012) 663 4331 Falcon Electronics (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 630 1000 Hazard Bonako (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 608 1383 Itec Central (Pty) Ltd...............................(086) 110 4832 Itec Group SA (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 236 2000 Itec West (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 285 2255 Itron Metering Solutions South Africa (Pty) Ltd................................................(021) 928 1700 Jasco Electronics Holdings Limited..........(011) 266 1500 KH Distributors CC.................................(011) 854 5011 Kopano Copier Company t/a Nashua Kopano (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 232 8600 KPG Media Technologies cc....................(021) 424 7501 Kyocera Mita South Africa (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 540 2600 Lichtenberg Electroplus t/a Target Electrical cc...........................................(018) 632 4123 Merlin Gerin SA (Pty) Ltd t/a Conlog........(031) 268 1111 Minolco (Pty) Ltd t/a Konica Minolta South Africa...............................(011) 661 9000 Mpumalanga Transformer Services t/a Global Transformer Services...................(013) 246 1828 Nashua Limited......................................(011) 232 8000 Pacific Cables (Pty) Ltd...........................(086) 113 3133 Power Technologies (Pty) Ltd (Powertech)...........................................(011) 706 7184 Saab Grintek Technologies (Pty) Ltd.........(012) 672 8000 Set Point Group (Pty) Ltd................... ......(011) 923 7000 Sitwala Technologies (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 293 0500 Tension Overhead Electrification (Pty) Ltd t/a Tractionel Enterprise.............(011) 768 7373 Victory Electrical cc................................(021) 555 2468 Voltex (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 879 2000

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FAST FACTS

Ithuba Valves & Industrial Supplies cc was established in 2000 and only commenced trading in August 2003. Ithuba Values earned a fine reputation as a refurbishment company in the valve industry with the help of Premier Valves (Pty) Ltd, by using their technical department. This relationship resulted in the successful completion of various large contracts, including phase one and two of the demothballing of Camden Power Station and phase one of Grootvlei Power Station. In January 2006, Ithuba Valves acquired Premier Valves’ manufacturing facility as part of its strategy to become South Africa’s first black-owned valve manufacturer. In December 2008, Ithuba Valves acquired Premier Valves’ designs, drawings and patterns of Metal Seated Wedge Gate valves from 500mm to 1700mm and of the Reflux Non Return valves Multi Door and Single Door, ranging from 500mm to 1500mm. Ithuba Valves manufacture the latter from 80mm to 1700mm and its own designs from 80mm to 450mm. Ithuba Valves has launched a new Butterfly valve which range from 1000mm to 2800mm (PHOENIX Butterfly Valve). Its features include a dish disk that reduces the weight of the valve by 20% and the valve is able to handle seven to ten litres of fluid a second.

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: 2000 and started trading in August 2003 Founding Members: Moses Sekatane and Karen Vos Number of Employees: 47 Number of branches: One branch Memberships: Valve and Actuator Manufacturers Cluster of South Africa (VAMCOSA), South African Valve and Manufactures Association (SAVAMA), Steel and Engineering Industry Federation of South Africa (SEIFSA), Chamber of Commerce and Industry East Rand. BUSINESS & FINANCE Turnover: R22 167 382 Operating Profit: R3 506 951 Net Profit: R3 702 031 Financial year-end: February Approximate Market share: 20% Holding Company: Ithuba Valves and Industrial Supplies Bank: Standard Bank Accountants: T.H.Wood Current Customer base: Department of Water Affairs, Eskom, South African

Water Utilities, Mining Houses, Civil Contractors, Project Houses, Botswana Water Utilities, Lesotho Highlands Development Agency and Industrial customers. Major Accounts/ Key Clients: Eskom, LHDA, Water Utilities Botswana. CONTRACTS AND AWARDS Industrial Standards: ISO 9001:2008, UNIDO Benchmarking Programme, applicants to SABS Mark and Certification. Awards: Eskom Small Business Expo Award (2007), Impumelelo Top Empowered South African Companies (2010), Chamber of Commerce and Industry– East Rand Gold Award (2011) Recent Major Contracts: Valve Maintenance Contract-Eskom Hendrina Power Station, Manufacture of valves for Extension of Palmiet Pumping Station – Modification of manually operated discharge valves to hydraulically operated at Ntimbale Dam, Botswana – Water Utilities Botswana, Manufacture, supply and commissioning of compensation valves at Katse Dam, Lesotho – LHDA.

(1). Ithuba Valves is the only black majority owned company in the industry (2). Designed and manufactured a 3000mm diameter butterfly valve and a 1800 mm dia sleeve valves which are the largest ever manufactured in South Africa (3). Eskom’s preferred BEE Company (4). Ithuba Valves can do site repairs and maintenance 24/7, every day of the year

EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 2

Procurement Level

125%

BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHTING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:

Ownership

25.60

20

Management Control

27

10

Employment Equity

20.08

15

Skills Development

N/A

15

Preferential Procurement

25

20

Enterprise Development

N/A

15

Socio-Economic Development

N/A

5

TOTAL

97.68

100

Ithuba is a Value Adding Company Black Ownership: 80% Black Women Ownership: 30% Rating date: 10/04/2012

CONTACT INFORMATION

General Manager: Moses Sekatane Financial Manager: Elizabeth Tshabalala Marketing and Communications Manager: Karen Vos Sales Manager: Sydney Mayekiso Human Resources Manager: Elizabeth Tshabalala Manufacturing Manager: Ruffy Cerbone Physical Address: 8 Basalt Street, Alrode Ext 7, Alberton Postal Address: PO Box149, Alberton, 1450 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 864 2582 Fax: +27 (0) 11 864 2381 With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Indigo Kulani Group Building People, Building Places and Building Spaces the market place, which have helped in the growth process. The diversity within the team also aided development, says Ms Manganyi. “I believe talent and skills lie in different people, and that brings about diversity in the company.” she adds. The group’s primary focus is on growth through people, which ties in the company ethic of empowering people continuously for growth.

Sibongile Manganyi, Managing Director - IKG

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ndigo Kulani Group, an infrastructure development consulting business, was established in 2006 by the Managing Director, Sibongile Manganyi (32). The group has since grown into a multi-disciplinary company that now offers Architecture, Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Project Management and Interior Design Services. Ms Manganyi graduated from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 2003 and was employed at Greg Wright Architects in Cape Town and later returned to Johannesburg in 2005 to work at Paragon Architects. It was then that she decided to establish Indigo Kulani Architects and Urban Planners, now known as The Indigo Kulani Group. Developing a Powerhouse The growth of Indigo Kulani Group has been exceptional and when asked how she maintained such sustainability, Ms Manganyi states that it all came down to communication. “It has different levels: you maintain it externally by building good relationships with clients and internally, by building the team by communicating the vision and culture of the company.” The company is driven by the principles of honesty and integrity in

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Projects The group is proudly the preferred architects for the design of different schools in seven provinces. The group's blueprint innovation designs of schools have seen these schools being implemented nationally by the National Department of Basic Education. The Indigo Kulani Group was appointed by the Development Bank of Southern Africa in a consortium with Aurecon to design, plan and provide feasibility studies for 91 new schools and 279 existing schools in Gauteng. The group is currently appointed as principal agent by the Independent Development Trust and Department of Public Works for the design and project management of the implementation of the clinics programme in Limpopo, this programme will give more than 20 rural villages’ access to basic health care in their communities. The Indigo Kulani Group reached a milestone by being part of a consortium offering project management and support services to the National Department of Health and Basic Education in various provinces to deliver health and education infrastructure efficiently and speedily to unlock the national backlog. Green Buildings The concept of green living has taken part globally and Indigo Kulani Group has decided to incorporate this into their future projects. In this regard, the

group developed the Arlington and Bloemfontein Libraries according to green building standards. The aim was to prevent heat loss and gain; the main section of the building was designed to face north to let in maximum sunlight. Social Agenda At the Indigo Kulani Group, the property development arm mainly focuses on the affordable housing market, which, ties into the company’s social agenda. “I’m a social entrepreneur”, says Ms Manganyi, “and we have realised that most lowincome earners live far from their workplace. Therefore as part of our vision, we want to bring people closer to their places of work.” The human settlement division also focuses on developing informal settlements, spatial development, the integration of urban and rural development and lastly, environmental studies and planning. Another extension of the group’s social agenda is the establishment of the Indigo Kulani Education Foundation, which focuses on education. “We help disadvantaged students’ access universities and pay their fees,” says Ms Manganyi. In addition, the foundation has a training programme and a vision of building a private school for the underprivileged. “I believe that in order to pass the vision to the younger generation, we should not take them away from their communities, but give them supreme education within their own communities,” she says. Taking the Lead To empower people continuously is part of the group’s ethics. When asked how she applies this, Ms Manganyi states that she puts emphasis on teaching people to take ownership of their projects. “I have to articulate to them that they are leaders in whatever position they are in,” she says, adding that it is important to give people a sense of value.

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MANUFACTURING | GENERAL INDUSTRIES | CONSULTING ENGINEERS | ADVERTORIAL

people how to do things themselves and giving them value that’s what he taught me. He has given me everything I need.” Future of the Indigo Kulani Group To date, the Indigo Kulani Group has offices in seven of the nine provinces in South Africa and still strives to be the leading infrastructure development company in the country and possibly the rest of Africa. Ms Manganyi states that although the company has come a long way, there is more to do. By 2026, the company aims to have employed 500 staff members and professionals. “That’s when we can call the company a leading brand – then we have built a formidable brand throughout the African countries,” she concludes. The Indigo Kulani Group The Indigo Kulani Group is an integrated infrastructure multi-disciplinary group of companies within the built environment, serving both South African and international clients. The Group’s primary focus is to grow through building people, places, and spaces, with a strong culture of people empowerment in its determination to both the infrastructure and the community wherever it operates. THE INDIGO KULANI GROUP’S SERVICES: Architecture and Project Management We believe our clients deserve nothing less than world class professionalism comprising of architectural design concepts, developments, documentation, contract administration, site supervision and project management and more.

Manganyi feels that although the role of female leaders in South Africa is growing, it remains a slow process as women still feel pressured to start a family and have to deal with all the traditional ideals that come with being a woman. She affirms that she stays true to the teachings of her father: “teaching

Urban Planning Our experience includes a wide range of diverse projects that each offers lessons about successfully developing cities and communities. These projects range in scale from small community revitalization studies, land development scenarios, downtown regeneration strategies and the design and implementation strategies for all types of large-scale development for both public and private clients.

Quantity Surveying A proud member of the Indigo Kulani Group, and is a registered Quantity Surveying and Construction Cost Consulting Practice that operates both locally in South Africa and internationally. Achievements Indigo Kulani Group is the recipient of the best Established SMME award in 2012 at the BBQ Awards. Indigo Kulani Group is a finalist in the Annual Oliver Empowerment awards 2013. Interior Design An intensive one-on-one business meetings program that deliver interior architecture decision makers from South Africa’s largest and most active architectural and interior design firms. Civil andStructural Engineering An integrated practice which offers a range of professional consulting engineering services, including: conceptualisation, planning, design, management, construction supervision, operation, maintenance and rehabilitation of infrastructure. These comprehensive services are available to a broad range of sectors, such as mining, urban development, government, advisory services and social infrastructure development Foundation We provide a sense of hope and purpose by offering scholarships and bursaries to students from various backgrounds that achieve exceptional results but face financial challenges in furthering their studies.

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 440 2672 Fax: +27 (0) 86 690 6963 Email: info@indigo-group.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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MANUFACTURING | CONSTRUCTION | CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING MATERIALS | HEAVY CONSTRUCTION | ADVERTORIAL

Delivering Efficiency Mantigane General Trade offers its exceptional solutions to heavy construction projects that require innovation and ability.

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e strive to show pride in our work by applying ultimate efforts and provide exceptional solutions in order to achieve our goals. Mantigane General Trade’s primary task is to provide key and unique solutions to our clients and the communities within the societies and clientele we serve. Such a task needs to be approached with skill, ambition and strategy for effective byproduct delivery. This is what Mantigane is about, delivering efficiency. We achieve our goals by simply empowering our clients and communities with knowledge and skills; provide leadership through ingenious methods and ideas, encouraging selfempowerment through team work, considering each project as unique and cater for its uniqueness by providing unique solutions and channelling our resources to help the poorest of the poor to uplift the quality of their human basic needs through partnerships with our clients. Our Vision We are a company driven by vision and desire to be the best at what we do. Mantigane General Trade cc bears a zero tolerance policy to inefficiency and therefore relies on its fundamental vision as the drive behind its success. Our vision is to release our creative, innovative and mind power in order to build product services through enhanced implementation capacity, consequently transforming our nation into world class leader in competitive innovation by raising the profile of the sciences, encouraging research and development and facilitating the

translation of ideas into income and jobs. Field of Expertise This multi-skilled company seeks to expand its already wide array of expertise and continue to be the best at providing Mantigane solutions. Our field of expertise range from bulk water supply, treatments and water reticulation, storm water drainage systems, labour based engineering projects, sewage reticulation and treatment, sanitation, structural development, building maintenance and electrical community based development, affordable housing development, project management, renovations and additions, quantity survey and to roads. We seek to work

towards a goal with hands on board to show and exhibit that we care. “Growing together” hand in hand only keep us moving forward.

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 18 468 2571 Fax: +27 (0) 86 517 5247 Email: kramphele@gmail.com With the QR-Code you can visit:

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CORPORATE PROFILE | MANUFACTURING | BASIC INDUSTRIES | CHEMICALS | ADVANCED MATERIALS

FAST FACTS

Established in September 1996, Nu-Fiberform Plastics SA (Pty) Ltd is one of the leading developers and suppliers of plastic and fiberglass products in South Africa. With dedicated members of staff and a keen, highly skilled management team, our company enjoys the continued support of companies like Siyahamba Engineering, The Union Carriage Partnership and all the Transnet Rail Engineering Depots. Our Senior Management Team consisting of the Chief Executive Officer: Eddie Coetzee and Operational Manager: Mpho Mohale, who all play an active role in the development of all areas of the company who, together with the employees, are committed to service excellence and superior customer service. Nu-Fiberform Plastics SA (Pty) Ltd utilizes highly advanced production techniques, thereby enabling the company to produce a wide range of fiberglass products including seats, monsoon ventilators, nose cones, canopies, grating, pultrusion products, window shrouds, portable modular building cubicles, ladders, etc for our railway clients (Union Carriage & Wagon, Transnet Rail Engineering, Siyahamba Engineering, Rolling Stock Repair Services, SARCC/Metrorail, etc.) and non-railway clients (ACSA, Ethekwini Municipality, Construction and Mining Companies, etc). Nu-Fiberform Plastics SA (Pty) Ltd is totally committed to the development of previously disadvantaged entrepreneurs and entities. As part of our ongoing efforts on sustainable entrepreneurial improvement and upliftment, the company has provided a modular building to a PDI, who with tremendous courage and hard work has created a shop which provides meals and beverages to the local industrial area. Nu-Fiberform Plastics SA (Pty) Ltd fully intends to continue with its commitment to expanding the parameters of the composite industry. The company shall continue to lead the industry along the path of quality and dedication to “excellence”. Whilst Nu-Fiberform enjoys a good relationship with high-profile companies, our concern and interest in community related issues encouraged us to focus on different reach-out programmes. To this end, our company utilizes its scrap funds to support Oliver’s House, an orphanage in Benoni that is tasked with the care and support of orphans and HIV positive babies and children. The vision of Nu-Fiberform Plastics SA (Pty) Ltd is to expand its area of influence in the fiberglass manufacturing industry and to serve all interested entities in the continued production of various types of structures.

BUSINESS & FINANCE Turnover: ±R25 million Net profit: ±R700 000.00 Financial year-end: February Approximate market share: No market share

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“One of South Africa’s leading developers and suppliers of plastic and fiberglass products.” EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 2

Procurement Level

125%

BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHTING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:

Ownership

21.20

25

Employment Equity

25

25

Preferential Procurement

25

25

Socio-Economic Development

25

25

TOTAL

96.20

100

Black Ownership: 20% Black Women Ownership: 20% Rating date: 28/09/2012

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CONTACT INFORMATION

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: 1996 Founding members: EW Carton Number of employees: 47 Number and location of branches: One

(1). Founded in 1996 (2). Mostly non-skilled operated personnel that receive on the job training (3). B-BBEE compliant (4). Moving market segment into Africa (5). 47 employees (6). Industrial Standard IQMS ISO 9001 2008

Accountant: Octagon Major accounts / key clients: Transnet, PRASA, Ethekwini Municipality, Eskom, ACSA, Metrorail, Rolling Stock Repair Services, Siyahamba Engineering and Lonmin. Contracts & Awards 1. Recent Major Contract with Transnet and PRASA. 2. Industrial Standard IQMS ISO 9001 2008.

Chief Executive Officer: Edward Coetzee Financial Administration/ Marketing/HR: Marietjie Coetzee Sales/ Procurement: Maureen Sibiya Physical address: 372 Bergvlei Road, Wadeville X 4, 1407 Postal Address: PO Box 14971, Wadeville, 1422 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 902 9200 Fax: +27 (0) 11 902 9290 E-mail: marietjie@nu-fiberform.co.za Website: www.nu-fiberform.co.za

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ENGINEERING | SECTOR OVERVIEW

ENGINEERING

In the State of the Nation Address made by President Zuma on 14 February 2013, the President announced that government has published an Infrastructure Development Bill for public comment.

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he Engineering Council will be compiling a consolidated submission on behalf of all its stakeholders. ECSA states the country currently has 1 engineer for every 3 100 citizens, compared with Germany, which has one engineer for every 200 people, while Japan, the UK and US have a ratio of 1:310. South Africa needs to produce ten times the number of engineers it currently has to compete with developed countries – shortage of engineers in South Africa. According to figures provided by Statistics South Africa, the number of discouraged workers has increased by almost 270 000 in the last year to 2.2 million. Many of these are graduates who are unable to find employment. Talent management practices have a long way to go in the technical field of engineering. The most technically astute engineers are often the ones who are promoted to management positions. Engineering companies are increasingly focusing on new areas of growth, including Africa. There has been a strong increase in corporate activity in South African consulting engineering over the last few months, with international groups teaming up with well-established domestic entities to create new African-focused organisational platforms. The Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic estimates that about twothirds of this sum would be for construction and rehabilitation and onethird for maintenance. South Africa is commonly becoming an engineering gateway to Africa. There has been an acceleration of mergers and acquisitions involving

local and international firms, Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) CEO Graham Pirie confirms. Companies are able to diversify their disciplines into international geographic footprints through engineering e.g BKS recently merged with US professional technical and management support services company Aecom Technology Corporation. “Many large companies are considering, firstly, the Far East for growth opportunities and, secondly, Africa,” says engineering consulting firm SMEC South Africa, which formed last year when South African firm Vela VKE merged with Australian SMEC, Africa division COO, Dr Thomas Marshall. There are significant opportunities for growth in Africa because the continent is significantly underdeveloped. This underdevelopment makes project execution difficult, but it does create opportunities for companies. Going into Africa for engineering purposes stands a risk as Africa faces corruption, ill payments, some firms who foot printed in Africa did not even get paid for their projects and late payments

were evident also. One of the critical issues in engineering is the role of engineering skills in undertaking the various initiatives of the Plan and operating essential services and maintaining the infrastructure. Production of engineering professionals is a pipeline process involving schooling, higher education, post-graduation training in industry (candidacy) to attain the competency for registration and independent practice. An integrated approach is needed.

STATISTICS • One engineer for every 3 100 citizens • South Africa needs to produce 10 x the number of engineers it currently has to compete with developed countries. • The number of discouraged workers has increased by almost 270 000 in the last year to 2.2 million • SA is commonly becoming an engineering gateway to Africa Source: Engineering News and ESCA

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ENGINEERING & MACHINERY Commercial Vehicles & Trucks

600 SA Holdings (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 394 6005 Babcock Target Plant Services (Pty) Ltd t/a Babcock Target...........................(011) 418 4400 Bell Equipment Limited...........................(035) 907 9111 Cranes 4 Hire cc....................................(013) 696 1146 CTS Trailers (Pty) Ltd..............................(021) 948 6167 East Coast Forklifts cc............................(031) 709 0371 Elwierda Stellenbosch (Pty) Ltd...............(021) 557 9002 Eqstra Holdings Ltd (Passenger & Commercial Fleet division)......................(011) 966 2000 Inyati Transport Engineering (Pty) Ltd.......(086) 146 9284 Komatsu Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 923 1000 Target Cranes (Pty) Ltd...........................(021) 951 8088

Max Scott Engineering Sales cc...............(031) 461 1994 Otis (Pty) Ltd...........................................(011) 878 6000 Reutech Solutions a division of Reutech Limited......................................(011) 652 5555 RNB Engineering (Pty) Ltd........................(021) 905 0667 Rodecon Engineering cc..........................(011) 868 5265 SEW Eurodrive (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 248 7000 Shar Civils cc..........................................(021) 952 2168 Sulzer Pumps South Africa (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 820 6000 Unique Engineering (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 826 6111 West Rand Engineering (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 952 9800 YNF Engineering cc.................................(011) 477 4185 Yokogwa South Africa (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 831 6300

Engineering Contractors

Consulting Engineers

Barloworld Equipment (a division of Barloworld South Africa (Pty) Ltd)........(011) 929 0000 Environgaka cc......................................(012) 250 3455 Enviroware Construction (Pty) Ltd............(011) 315 1332 Hitachi Power Africa (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 260 4300 Kairos Industrial Holdings Limited............(012) 342 1980 Kentz (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 203 9600 Last Samurai Property Holdings 2 cc t/a Ithuba Industries...............................(021) 951 5600 Manhattan Corporation (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 748 8800 Metsana Engineering (Pty) Ltd................(011) 486 2259 Neppa Roads & Signs (Pty) Ltd................(012) 807 6915 SA Earthworks (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 314 2446

Engineering Fabricators

Formex Industries (Pty) Ltd.....................(041) 453 2343 Genrec Engineering (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 876 2300 Lindumn (Pty) Ltd...................................(021) 705 3720 Loco Coil Technologies Hydron Hydraulics.............................................(011) 615 6002 Malcom-Ezindaleni Hydraulics & Engineering (Pty) Ltd..............................(013) 246 2557 Pioneer Mechanical Contractors cc.........(021) 557 1051 Siyahamba Engineering (Pty) Ltd t/a Nustart Holdings..................(011) 824 2183 Worldwide Industrial and Systems Engineering cc.......................................(012) 362 1304

Engineering - General

A.R. Process Projects ( Pty) Ltd...............(011) 445 2300 African Privity Investments (Pty) Ltd t/a Elgin Engineering........................(031) 274 0000 A-M Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd ........(011) 312 1569 Bosh Stemele (Pty) Ltd...........................(031) 535 6000 C&E Engineering (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 397 4966 Darson Construction (Pty) Ltd..................(021) 703 5725 Dibama Supplies cc...............................(016) 933 6926 Dupleix Liquid Meters Limited t/a DLM....(011) 457 0500 East Rand Cranes (Pty) Ltd.....................(011 )817 3423 Eyethu Engineers (Pty) Ltd......................(031) 303 7630 Gripper & Co (Pty) Ltd.............................(021) 447 7203 HI Tech Transformer Maintenence...........(011) 626 2884 HiQuip Hydraulics (Pty) Ltd......................(013) 656 1544 Howden Africa Holdings Limited..............(011) 240 4000 Hudaco Industries Limited......................(011) 657 5000 Imbokotho Engineering cc......................(021) 403 6335 Instromech cc........................................(073) 313 3935 Jorpe (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 849 4375 Kram Engineering (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 552 8640 Matingi & Associates (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 403 9501

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ACV Civil (Pty) Ltd...................................(044) 802 8300 ADC Energy cc........................................(011) 397 8168 Aecom South Africa (Pty) Ltd (formely) BKS (Pty) Ltd..........................................(012) 421 3500 Africa Geo Environmental Services Group.....................................................(018)297 6588 Afri-Coast Engineers SA (Pty) Ltd.............(041) 505 8000 AOS Consulting Engineers cc...................(011) 805 5414 Arup (Pty) Ltd..........................................(011) 303 2500 Aurecon South Africa (Pty) Ltd.................(012) 427 2000 Babcock Africa (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 601 1000 Baitsanape Engineering Services cc.........(011) 318 8231 Bateman Africa (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 899 9000 Bazi Dukhan Consulting Engineers cc.......(031) 209 3900 Bergstan South Africa Consulting & DevelopmentEngineers (Pty) Ltd...............(021) 487 4900 Bigen Africa Services (Pty) Ltd.................(012) 842 8700 BVI Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd............(012) 940 1111 C3 Specialist (Pty) Ltd.............................(012) 809 3261 Cedar Point (Pty) Ltd...............................(072) 335 1917 Delras Engineering (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 894 6631 Geosure (Pty) Ltd....................................(031) 266 0458 Gibb (Pty) Ltd..........................................(011) 519 4600 Glyndale Construction cc t/a WB Civils......(021) 905 5886 Goba (Pty) Ltd.........................................(011) 236 3300 Golder Associates Africa (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 254 4800 Hatch Africa (Pty) Ltd...............................(011) 239 5300 HHO Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd t/a HHO Africa.............................................(021) 425 2870 Igoda Projects (Pty) Ltd............................(031) 536 3700 Iliso Consulting (Pty) Ltd..........................(012) 685 0900 Ilitha Project Services (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 552 9993 Imfuyo Projects (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 421 2859 Impact Plus Trading 16cc t/a Sisonke Development..............................(013) 755 4572 Information and Consulting Engineering Group (Pty) Ltd-ICE Group.....(021) 914 2833 IngĂ&#x2C6;rop South Africa (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 808 3000 Jeffares & Green (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 807 0660 Kantey & Templer (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 405 9600 Khuthele Projects (Pty) Ltd.......................(012) 430 3223 Knight Piesold Consulting (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 806 7111 Lebone Engineering (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 802 6370 Lesedi Nuclear Services (Pty) Ltd.............(021) 525 1300 Lidwala Consulting Engineers SA (Pty) Ltd............................................(011) 793 5486 Madlanduna Corporation (Pty) Ltd............(011) 783 4949 Manong & Associates (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 423 5238 Maxima Global Holdings (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 318 0109 Mott MacDonald South Africa (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 519 0000

Nyeleti Consulting (Pty) Ltd.....................(012) 361 3629 Palace Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd / t/a Palace Technologies..................(011) 653 1600 PD Naidoo & Associates Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 566 8300 Risimati Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd....(012) 998 1054 Rodecon Engineering cc.........................(011) 868 5265 RPP Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 476 1501 RSV Misym Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd t/a K'Enyuka.............................(011) 498 6000 SCIP Engineering Group (Pty) Ltd t/a SCIP.................................................(011) 888 1425 Sebego Maloka & Viljoen Civil Engineering (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 238 2940 SRK Consulting (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd....(011) 411 1111 SSI Engineers & Environmental Consultants (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 798 6000 Stefanutti Stocks Civils (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 571 4300 UWP Consulting (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 709 8420 Vela VKE Consulting Engineers................(012) 481 3800 WorleyParsons KV3 (Pty) Ltd ..................(021) 912 3000 WSP Group Africa (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 361 1300 Zitholele Consulting (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 207 2060 .

CYCLICAL CONSUMER GOODS Automotive & Parts Automobiles

Accordian Investments (Pty) Ltd, distributor of TataVehicles.......................(011) 398 9000 Associated Motor Holdings (Pty) Ltd........(011) 398 9100 Audi South Africa - a division of Volkswagen South Africa (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 911 2700 BMW South Africa (Pty) Ltd ....................(012) 522 3000 Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.......................................(012) 842 2911 General Motors South Africa (Pty) Ltd......(041) 403 9111 Imperial Hino - a division of Imperial Toyota.......................................(011) 809 9111 Man Truck and Bus (SA) (Pty) Ltd............(011) 928 6800 Mercedes-Benz South Africa (Pty) Ltd......(012) 677 1500 Motor Retail South Africa (a division of Barloworld SA (Pty) Ltd)..........................(086) 0777 994 Nissan South Africa (Pty) Ltd...................(012) 529 6000 Renault South Africa (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 607 7300 Toyota South Africa Motors (Pty) Ltd........(011) 809 9111 Volkswagen of SA (Pty) Ltd.....................(041) 994 4111

Auto Parts

Apollo Tyres South Africa (Pty) Ltd...........(031) 242 1111 Armstrong Hydraulics South Africa (Pty) Ltd................................................(041) 401 7200 Aunde South Africa (Pty) Ltd...................(031) 913 8000 Automotive Leather Company (Pty) Ltd....(012) 564 3200 Autoparts Distributors (Pty) Ltd t/a Autozone.....................................(011) 620 2700 Borbet South Africa (Pty) Ltd...................(041) 404 1500 Flextech Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd.............(012) 803 4485 GB Bearings (Pty) Ltd.............................(031) 792 5900 Gearbox Repair Centre (Pty) Ltd..............(021) 946 4015 Handel Street Upholsterers & Motor Trimming (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 763 8068 Imperial Brake & Clutch (Pty) Ltd.............(021) 691 6199 Jaydon Panelbeaters cc.........................(036) 633 1114 Leo Hydraulics cc...................................(011) 976 1941 Lumotech (Pty) Ltd.................................(041) 995 3111 Metair Investments Limited.....................(011) 646 3011

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ENGINEERING, AUTOMOTIVE, HOUSEHOLD, FOOD PRODUCERS & PROCESSORS LISTING

Midvaal Motor Engineers & Auto Services cc............................................(013) 282 7331 Pasdec Automotive Technologies (Pty) Ltd................................................(012) 250 2910 S en Z PaneelKloppers cc.......................(044) 873 4321 Tiger Wheel & Tyre.................................(058) 303 1410

Hendler & Hart (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 898 6300 Nu-World Holdings Limited.....................(011) 321 2111

Tyres & Rubber

Other Textiles & Leather Goods

Autoquip (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 634 7600 Continental Tyre South Africa (Pty) Ltd.....(041) 406 5111 Michelin Tyre Company SA.....................(011) 579 0300

Vehicle Distribution

AAD Truck & Bus....................................(021) 535 1820 Boundless Trade 154 (Pty) Ltd ...............(012) 653 8945 China Auto Manufacturers (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 817 8000 Eastvaal Motors (Pty) Ltd........................(013) 656 1511 Fosters Motor Group Limited...................(011) 945 1104 Goddards Auto Repairs cc......................(021) 704 1017 Hillcrest Toyota (Pty) Ltd.........................(031) 765 5140 McCarthy Limited ..................................(031) 268 9200 McCarthy Motor Group単a division of McCarthy Limited...................................(012) 369 2000 Rola Motor Group of Companies (Pty) Ltd................................................(086) 123 7652 Salvage Management & Disposal (Pty) Ltd................................................(086) 112 1110 Thutha Motors cc t/a Halfway Toyota Ottery ........................................(021) 703 9174 Toyota Freeway (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 661 0000

HOUSEHOLD GOODS & TEXTILES Clothing & Footware

AIM Safety Equipment cc........................(011) 281 2000 Carter Harris (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 258 7600 Chic Shoes Manufacturers cc.................(021) 931 7963 Eddels Shoes (Pty) Ltd............................(033) 342 8111 HI-TEC Sports Distributors (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 516 5800 House Of Monatic (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 442 9400 Jade Corporate Clothing Concepts (Pty) Ltd................................................(011) 402 0861 M1 Latex Products (Pty) Ltd t/a The Kit Group........................................(011) 538 0000 Momento's of Africa cc..........................(041) 507 7270 Monviso Knitwear (Pty) Ltd.....................(021) 505 3600 MSA Africa (Pty) Ltd...............................(011) 610 2600 Pals (Pty) Ltd.........................................(021) 442 8800 Safety Mecca.........................................(021) 949 2085 Sweet-Orr & Lybro (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 932 6921 United Frams Footwear - a division of Feltex Holdings (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 332 1500 Zhauns Business Opportunities (Pty) Ltd.. (021) 447 3665

Furnishings & Floor Coverings

Belgotex Floor Coverings (Pty) Ltd...........(033) 897 7500 Bravo Group Ltd.....................................(011) 661 1315 CN Business Furniture............................(011) 345 1500 Combined Flooring Services cc...............(011) 795 4400 Dynamic Flooring cc...............................(021) 706 4279 Floorworx Africa (Pty) Ltd t/a Floorworx .............................................(043) 701 5800 Herholdt Indecor (Pty) Ltd.......................(049) 842 1124 KM Carpentry Contractors cc..................(031) 205 1483 Reboni Furniture Group (Pty) Ltd ............(012) 661 4141 Seating (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 474 1393

Woodlam (Pty) Ltd..................................(021) 534 7000

Appliances & Consumer Electronics

Ascolon Trading (Pty) Ltd t/a Imraan Textile Mills............................................(039) 977 8274 BKB Ltd................................................(041) 503 3111 Colibri Towelling (Pty) Ltd........................(041) 995 3400 Kaudteks (Pty) Ltd..................................(012) 666 7100 Korteks Textiles Africa (Pty) Ltd...............(012) 666 7100 Sheraton Textiles Holdings (Pty) Ltd.........(021) 707 5555 The Goodhope Textile Corporation (Pty) Ltd t/a Da Gama Textiles.........................(040) 608 6200

NON-CYCLICAL CONSUMER GOODS Beverages Beverages - Brewers

Amalgamated Beverage Industries a division of SAB Limited...........................(011) 676 9500 The South African Breweries Limited.......(011) 881 8000

Beverages - Distillers & Vintners

African Terroir (Pty) Ltd...........................(021) 869 8103 Brandhouse Beverages (Pty) Ltd..............(021) 442 7100 Distell Group Limited..............................(021) 809 7000 KWV South Africa (Pty) Ltd......................(021) 807 3911 Swartland Wynkelder (Pty) Ltd.................(022) 482 1134

Soft Drinks

Appletiser SA (Pty) Ltd............................(011) 263 9250 Shoreline Beverages cc..........................(031) 914 8400

FOOD PRODUCERS & PROCESSORS Farming

Afgri Operations Limited ........................(012) 643 8000 Dotcom Trading 988 t/a Heidel Eggs.......(013) 751 3897 Kaap Agri Limited...................................(022) 482 8000 Rainbow Chicken Limited.......................(031) 242 8892 Senwes Limited.....................................(018) 464 7800 Suidwes Investments Limited..................(018) 581 1000

Fishing

Blue Continent Products (Pty) Ltd............(021) 508 9600 Foodcorp (Pty) Ltd t/a Marpro Trawling....(021) 440 5600 Irvin & Johnson Limited..........................(021) 440 7800 Komicx Products (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 783 5016 Oceana Group Limited............................(021) 410 1400 Pioneer Fishing (Pty) Ltd.........................(021) 421 5368 Premier Fishing SA (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 419 0124 Vuna Fishing Company (Pty) Ltd..............(044) 691 2814

Food Processors

AH-Vest Limited t/a All Joy Foods Limited.................................................(011) 496 1800 Alibaba Food Holdings (Pty) Ltd...............(021) 637 9096 Astral Foods Limited..............................(086) 127 8725 AVI Limited...........................................(011) 502 1300 Bakkavor SA (Pty) Ltd t/a Spring Valley Foods..........................................(011) 571 7800 Cape Thyme Catering cc........................(021) 510 5153

Clover SA (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 471 1400 Dickon Hall Foods (a Division of Libstar Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd).........................(011) 680 2537 Excellent Meat Corporation (Pty) Ltd........(021) 929 7300 F & S Supermarket cc t/a Golden Crust Bakery..........................................(021) 955 0000 Foodcorp (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 549 1030 General Mills South Africa (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 608 0880 Gull Foods.............................................(013) 933 6100 Illovo Sugar Limited................................(031) 508 4300 Iqlaas Foods (Pty) Ltd.............................(031) 569 2122 Isegen South Africa (Pty) Ltd...................(031) 913 3200 Lancewood Holdings (Pty) Ltd.................(044) 878 1894 Langeberg & Ashton Foods (Pty) Ltd .......(023) 615 1140 McCain Foods South Africa (Pty) Ltd........(011) 856 6000 Montagu Foods, a division of LMS (Pty) Ltd................................................(023) 614 2359 Oceana Brands Limited..........................(021) 415 8500 Orley Foods (Pty) Ltd..............................(021) 526 6400 Pioneer Food Group Limited....................(021) 807 5100 Premier Foods (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 565 4300 Southern Oil Limited...............................(028) 514 3441 Sovereign Food Investments Limited.......(041) 995 1700 Tiger Brands Limited..............................(011) 840 4000 Tongaat Hulett Limited............................(032) 439 4000 Tony Amaro Bakeries (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 507 7500 TSB Sugar Holdings (Pty) Ltd..................(013) 791 1000 Willowton Oil & Cake Mills (Pty) Ltd.........(033) 355 7800

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We shape a better world We believe in being at the forefront of innovation, enabling us to provide holistic, sustainable solutions for every project we engage in. www.arup.com

Project scope: Dobsonville BRT Depot Johannesburg +27 11 218 7600 johannesburg@arup.com

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Cape Town +27 21 409 3500 capetown@arup.com

Mauritius +230 206 0592 portlouis@arup.com

Botswana +267 395 3494 gaborone@arup.com

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Arup is a global firm of designers, engineers, planners and business consultants providing a diverse range of professional services to clients around the world. The firm’s innovative and fully-integrated approach brings its full complement of skills and knowledge to bear any given design problem. Arup exerts a significant influence on the built environment and is the creative force behind many of the world’s most innovative and sustainable designs. The firm launched the Arup Education Trust (AET), which owns 30% of Arup (Pty) Ltd, in 2011. It was established as a means to enhance the quality of lives of historically disadvantaged individuals through education. A fund of 1 million per year is spent on students, of which only 50% of beneficiaries are obliged to study in the field of the built environment with the remainder entering alternative fields, yet required to remain in the country for a period of three years post graduation, thereby contributing to the country as a whole. In planning, developing and building many of the world's most sustainable communities and projects, we use our breadth of expertise across our building, consulting and infrastructure practices. This means creating cross-working teams of experts that work together to embed long-term benefits into each project. Arup integrates social, economic, environmental and timeframe considerations into projects, whether new or retro-fit, to give communities a sense of social and environmental wellbeing.

COMPANY INFORMATION

STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year Founded: 1946 Founding member: Sir Ove Arup Employees: 327 (South Africa); 457+ (Africa); 10 000+ (worldwide) Branches: 90 branches worldwide including Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Botswana, Mauritius, Nigeria and Zimbabwe Memberships: Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA), The International Project Finance Association (IPFA), (SACAP) South African Council for the Architectural Profession, Business Unity South Africa (BUSA), National Business Initiative (NBI) BUSINESS & FINANCE Turnover: R841 998 030 (net) Financial year-end: 31 March Bank: Standard Bank Auditors: Tuffias Sandberg KSI NATURE OF BUSINESS Activity: Engineers, designers and 100 planners Products/services offered: Airport 95 master planning; bridge, civil, façade, mechanical, structural, electrical, 75

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maritime, wind and water engineering; public health; communications and IT; construction and cost management; economics and planning; environmental, risk, sustainability and transport consulting; highways; industrial facilities; manufacturing; materials technology; product design; project creation, management and planning; rail systems; management consulting and transaction advice. SUSTAINABILITY Arup’s motto is “We shape a better world” and sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. Our global work force combined with a multidisciplinary approach ensures that we offer a comprehensive one-stop sustainable approach tailored to our clients’ needs. The firm continues to influence the sustainability agenda through active membership of various fora including the African Centre for Cities and the National Business Initiative. We are also strategic advisors to the World Economic Forum C40 Cities and the Clinton Foundation.

(1). Founded in1946 (2). Employs over 10 000 staff. (3). 90 offices in more than 35 countries. (4). Silver (founding) member of the Green Building Council of South Africa. (5). Operates in three main global business areas i.e buildings, infrastructure and consulting. (6). Has been in Africa for 60 years.

EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 4

Procurement Level

100%

BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHTING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:

Ownership

25

Management Control

8.61

10

Employment Equity

7.71

15

Skills Development

11.86

15

Preferential Procurement

8.58

20

Enterprise Development

2.71

15

Socio-Economic Development

3.78

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Chairman: Lungi Sisulu Chief Executive Officer: Damane Hlalele Chief Operating Officer: Joe Strydom Chief Financial Officer: Joseph Ndala Physical address: Block 10, High Street, Melrose Arch, South Africa Postal address: Postnet Suite No 93, Private Bag x1 Melrose Arch, 2076 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 218 7600 Fax: +27 (0) 11 218 7601 Email: johannesburg@arup.com

With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Hatch Africa (Pty) Ltd (referred to as Hatch Goba) is a member of the Hatch Group of companies (Hatch), which is a leading global consulting, engineering, technologies, information systems, and project and construction management organisation that serves the mining and metals, energy and infrastructure sectors. The business units and affiliates of Hatch provide a full range of technology-driven, value-adding solutions and services. Locally Hatch Goba employs approximately 1500 personnel in South Africa and operates from six principal offices in Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Eastern Cape and Western Cape. The six principle offices are supplemented by regional satellite and project based offices in various centres throughout Africa. Hatch Goba combines GOBA’s already established outstanding reputation for delivery of infrastructure in the four primary fields of expertise in transport, structures and buildings, water and wastewater; mining and industrial infrastructure; with Hatch’s African and global expertise and presence in the mining and metals, energy and infrastructure sectors. This has resulted in a new entity with complementary skill sets, regional presence and an expanded client base. Hatch Goba is now able to provide a more comprehensive service to the mining and metals, energy and infrastructure sectors to produce excellence for both public and private sector clients. In the public sector, Hatch Goba is now able to offer a differentiated service to those clients who need to fulfil the recommendations of the National Planning Commission and the National Development Plan which are key to the growth that South Africa needs.

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: Hatch Global in 1955 and Hatch Goba in 2013 Founding members: Gerry Hatch, Dr Keeve Steyn, Trueman Goba and Ebenezer Moahloli Number of employees: 1500 Number and location of branches: 8 Memberships: CESA (Consulting Engineers South Africa), SAICE (South African Institute of Civil Engineering), and CMA (Conveyor Manufacturers Association of SA Ltd). BUSINESS & FINANCE Financial year-end: September Approximate market share: 7% Subsidiaries: 25% share in Civilab Holding company: Hatch Technologies Bank: Standard Bank of SA Ltd Accountants: Deloitte Current customer base: Public sector, Mining and Industrial Sector, Energy Sector and commercial sector. Major accounts / key clients: AngloGold

(1). Founded in1955 (2). 1500 employees in 6 principle offices (3). 65 offices on six continents (4). More than $35 Billion in capital projects under management (5). Consulting and operations expertise in mining, metals, energy and infrastructure

EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 3

Procurement Level

110%

BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHTING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:

Ownership

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20

Management Control

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Employment Equity

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Skills Development

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Preferential Procurement

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Enterprise Development

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Contracts & Awards Govan Mbeki Award (2013), Xstrata Innovation Award 51st Conference of Metallurgists (2012), Project of the Year Award and Power, Transport and Infrastructure Award (2012), Process and Control Engineering (PACE) Zenith Awards (2012), and Award of Merit Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – Manitoba (2012). Winner: Unique design concept (2011), Commendation – Construction techniques (2011), Stadium Arch – Technical excellence winner (2011), IMESA Structures Award (2010), Master Building Association: Excellence in construction (2010), Winner Fulton Award: Civil Engineering Category (2009), and Fulton Award for Excellence (2007). Competitions won: 2012 Job Shadow Month 1st Runner-up.

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Ashanti, SASOL, DWAF, SANRAL, Rand Water, Provincial and Local Government.

CONTACT INFORMATION CEO: John Bianchini (Hatch Global) Executive Chairman: Trueman Goba Managing Director: Rory Kirk Financial Director: John Salmon Business Development Director: Craig Simmer Human Resources Director: Jabulile Sibanyoni Physical address: 14 Harrowdene Office Park, Western Service Road, Woodmead Postal address: Private Bag x 20, Gallo Manor, 2052 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 239 5300 Fax: +27 (0) 11 239 5790 Email address: info@hatch.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Maxima Global

A progressive and growing black-owned multi-disciplined group of companies under the Maxima Global Holdings banner.

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estled halfway between Johannesburg and Pretoria, in Midrand are the offices of a progressive and growing black-owned multi-disciplined group of companies under the Maxima Global Holdings banner. This emergent giant started as a small forensic and risk management service company called Maxima Global Consulting later diversified into the engineering consulting services space. At the time, the founder, Advocate Nceba Gomomoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vision leaned towards a growing passion for the built and infrastructure development industries in the late 90s. This is when Maxima Global Engineers (MGE), a recipient of the 2013 Black Business Quarterly Bronze Award for Best Established SMME, was founded. Maxima Global Holdings now boasts with several subsidiaries focused on the infrastructure development and facilities management sector in the form of Maxima Global Facilities Managers, Maxima Global Technology, Maxima Global Engineers and Maxima Global Media. These companies are driven and led by passionate professionals with a special focus on the health facilities management sector amongst others. Maxima Global Engineers encompasses a multi-disciplinary team of practising professionals in the electrical, civil/structural, mechanical engineering and architecture sector. On the ground, the teams are diverse as Africa is with women led technical teams focusing on refrigeration, plumbing and electrical works amongst others. This relentless commitment to women empowerment was confirmed by the 2011 award for Top Women

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“Local economic empowerment and skills development is central to the implementation of all projects for the group. Locally sourced materials ensure a quick turnaround time on project delivery and strengthens local enterprises.”

in Business and Government. The company has experience and has delivered on health facility conditions assessment for many hospitals and clinics in both urban and rural areas of South Africa. MGE operates in tandem with Maxima Global Facilities Managers who are affiliated platinum members to the local facilities management body, South African Facilities Management Association (SAFMA). In the numerous projects the MGH companies are involved in, technology is a key ingredient to the success and quality of delivery for a diverse portfolio of industries and clients. Maxima Global Technology (MGT) ensures that the best technological solutions are deployed for each unique project. The company is an authorised reseller of leading brands in IT hardware and enjoys partner memberships with IT giants such as Microsoft and Oracle. MGT is the sole distributor in South Africa of the world’s most robust and user-friendly Australian based asset management software, BEIMS. BEIMS is deployed throughout the group’s projects across South Africa. The MGT

team is made up of licensed practising professionals from diverse backgrounds who are passionate about the built and infrastructure environment. The identity and image of a company is its most prized asset. The Maxima Global Media (MGM) team serves the group and beyond in all aspects relating to marketing, advertising and communications. The seasoned marketing and communication practitioners at MGM provide key strategic services for the group across all projects in the areas of advertising, stakeholder relations management, corporate identity management, research and insights as well as communications strategies and the management thereof. The Maxima Global brand has over the years evolved to what it is today under the astute custodianship of the MGM team. The Maxima Global Holdings group of companies have claimed their stance in the health facilities management space, integrating international best practises with a local element. The strategic partnership with Total Alliance Health Planners International (TAHPI)

has unlocked local access to global best practices in health planning and health facilities management. Local economic empowerment and skills development is central to the implementation of all projects for the group. Locally sourced materials ensure a quick turnaround time on project delivery and strengthens local enterprises. In one of their projects in the Eastern Cape, the engineering division avails opportunities to technical interns from local institutions of higher learning and employs them to understudy practising engineers. The model is an on-the-job and onsite learning.

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 318 0109 Fax: +27 (0) 11 318 0502 Email: itsupport@maximaglobal.com With the QR-Code you can visit:

www.facebook.com/ maximaglobalholdings

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Mosa Group We uphold the concept of using available technologies to change the lives of the poor.

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osa Group is a broadbased South African Holding Company with a diversified business portfolio that was founded in 2009. Mosa group comprises of the following intermediaries: MOSA Office Automation, MOSA Engineering Services and MOSA Healthcare Services. Mosa means grace; we uphold the concept of using available technologies to change the lives of the poor. The current company's activities are concentrated mainly on the management of investments and the provision of support rather than on being involved in the day-to-day management of business units. Operating subsidiaries comprise of unlisted companies. Mosa Group’s mission is to be pioneers in being consistent and uncompromising in providing high quality, professional and individualized services to our client and our vision is to make a significant contribution towards to the African dream of having a self-sustainable continent. Develop Business Solutions is a trading division of Mosa Group; a proud and official dealer of Develop range of multifunction digital printers. Develop is a global brand of Konica Minolta business solutions. Our primary objective is to increase customer’s productivity, quality and cost efficiency in our customer’s environment. Mosa Healthcare Services entail Clinic In A Can which is a mobile clinic that is prepared from refurbished and retro-fitted shipping containers. Clinic In A Can is a brand owned by an NGO in America called Hospitals of Hope. These container clinics are converted and

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“Mosa’s Engineering Services' main objective is to deliver engineering services and projects locally and internationally.”

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 312 7423 Fax: +27 (0) 11 312 1774 Email: info@mosagroup.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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HEALTH | SECTOR OVERVIEW

HEALTH SA's health system consists of a large public sector and a smaller but fast growing private sector. Health care in SA varies from the most basic primary health care, offered free by the state, to highly specialised, hi-tech health services available in the both the public and private sector.

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hile the state contributes about 40% of all expenditure on health, the public health sector is under pressure to deliver services to about 80% of the population. The bulk of health-sector funding comes from the South Africa's National Treasury. The health budget for 2012/13 was R121 billion, which was aimed at improving hospitals and strengthening public health ahead of the National Health Insurance scheme. In 2011, total spend on health was R248.6 billion – or around 8.3% of GDP, way above the 5% recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Despite this high expenditure, health outcomes remain poor when compared to similar middle-income countries. This can largely be attributed to the inequities between the public and private sector. R120.8 billion (48.5%) in the private sector, which covers 16.2% of the population or 8.2 million people, many of whom have medical cover. R122.4 billion (49.2%) in the public sector, which is made up of 84% of the population, or 42 million people, who generally rely on the public health care sector. The remaining R5.3 billion (2.3%) is donor and NGO spend. There are 4 200 public health facilities in South Africa. People per clinic is 13 718, exceeding WHO guidelines of 10 000 per clinic. However, figures from March 2009 show that people averaged 2.5 visits a year to public health facilities and the usable bed occupancy rates were between 65% and 77% at hospitals. South Africa has moved one step closer to a National Health Insurance

scheme, with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announcing a R121 billion health budget for 2012/13, aimed at improving hospitals and strengthening public health ahead of the scheme's introduction. The work of the Department of Health is critical in improving children's nutrition levels. Key targets by 2014 include: decreasing the percentage of the total population who experiences hunger from 52% to 30%, using national food consumption survey data dropping the rate of under nutrition of children from 9,3% to 5% keeping the Consumer Price Index stable for poor people (which is heavily dependent on the prices of food)establishing more than 67 920 community, institutional and school gardens to enable at least 30% of poor households to produce some of their food and improve income. Several areas of progress have been identified, especially in terms of reducing the effect of childhood illnesses. Improving immunisation coverage ranks high among renowned strategies for improving child health.

Immunisation campaigns have been markedly successful in preventable diseases, including polio and measles.

STATISTICS • 1200 average number of medical students who graduate annually • 38 236 no of doctors • 165 371 no of qualified health practitioners in both private and public sector • 4 200 no. of public health facilities in South Africa • 1 600 no. of clinics built or upgraded since 1994 • 5 560 no of dentists • 1 no of practising doctors in the private sector for every 4 219 people • 6 age cut-off for free health care for children • 77 Per 1000 the doctor to population ratio • 265 no of national laboratories, serving 80% of South Africans • R121 billion allocated to Health from National Treasury 2012/13 Source: (SA info , Health dept, Info Govt and KPMG, Top Performing companies)

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Golden Era Group of Companies (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 661 0800 Golden Era Printers & Stationers (BOPS) (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 323 1900 Lufil Packaging (Pty) Ltd.........................(086) 115 8345 MCG Industries (Pty) Ltd.........................(012) 657 8600 Mpact Limited (formerly) Mondi Packaging South Africa (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 994 5500 Naeem Food Industry (Pty) Ltd t/a Koogan Plastics.....................................(011) 857 2564 Nampak Limited.....................................(011) 719 6300 Premium Ideas SA (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 551 0332 Pride-Pak Packaging (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 830 1607 Rheem South Africa (Pty) Ltd..................(031) 910 6900 Safepak (Pty) Ltd....................................(021) 530 7300

PERSONAL CARE & HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS Personal Products

Litha Healthcare Group Limited...............(011) 516 1700 Medi-Clinic Southern Africa Limited........(021) 809 6500 Melomed Hospital Holdings Limited.........(021) 699 0950 Netcare Limited.....................................(011) 301 0000 Vital Aire (Pty) Ltd...................................(086) 111 4578

Medical Equipment & Supplies

HEALTH Health Maintenance Organisations

Allcare Administrators (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 290 6200 Batsomi Lifeworks (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 722 7470 Bestmed Medical Scheme......................(012) 339 9800 Bonitas Medical Fund.............................(011) 262 7000 BSN Medical (Pty) Ltd.............................(031) 710 8111 Careways (Pty) Ltd t/a The Careways Group...................................................(011) 847 4000 Clinix Health Group Limited.....................(011) 429 1000 Drs F HAAI & Ge HAAI t/a Paarl Occupational Health...............................(021) 862 1536 HMI Health Corporation Limited (Pty) Ltd................................................(012) 673 8600 Kaelo Consulting (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 778 4340 Lathi Tha' Eye Care Inc...........................(047) 531 0464 MediHelp Medical Scheme.....................(012) 334 2000 Medscheme Holdings............................(011) 671 2000 Metropolitan Health Risk Management (Pty) Ltd............................(021) 480 6833 My Personal Trainer (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 486 0429 Pinnacle Health Solutions (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 554 1900 ProSano Medical Scheme.......................(021) 917 4440 Sechaba Medical Solutions (SMS)...........(011) 353 0000 Sweiden Trust (Pty) Ltd t/a Private Health Administrators ............................(086) 074 2273

Hospital Management & Long-Term Care

Community Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd................................................(012) 348 4295 Joint Medical Holdings Limited (JMH)......(031) 314 3000 Life Healthcare Group Holdings Limited..... (011) 219 9000

Akacia Healthcare (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 334 3600 BD (Becton Dickson & Company) (Pty) Ltd.(011) 603 2660 Bestcare Medical Supplies cc.................(012) 349 1263 Brittan Healthcare Group (Pty) Ltd ..........(011) 921 7000 ColoPlast SA .........................................(011) 802 2943 Dinaledi Medical (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 206 5950 DRN Lab cc t/a Laboratory Supplies........(031) 463 2572 Litha Healthcare Group Limited...............(011) 516 1700 Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 635 8300 Specmed Medical Services (Pty) Ltd........(011) 805 5891 Stat-Tiakeni Medical (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 708 6363 Synthes (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 450 3520

LEISURE EQUIPMENT Other Healthcare

Lancet Laboratories (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 358 0800

PACKAGING Packaging

Afripack (Pty) Ltd...................................(031) 452 1300 APL Cartons (Pty) Ltd.............................(023) 348 5000 Astrapak Limited....................................(011) 615 8011 Bevcan - a division of Nampak Ltd..........(011) 519 7700 C & E Packaging (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 827 2441 Cape Crating SA (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 511 9748 Consol Glass (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 874 0000 Corruseal Corrugated KZN (Pty) Ltd.........(031) 910 9400 Easipack (Pty) Ltd..................................(021) 638 5137 F Isaacs Packaging cc t/a Techpak Carton Manufacturers............................(021) 593 0882 Gauteng 49 Business Management (Pty) Ltd t/a Active Packaging..................(014) 576 1239 Gayatri Industries (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 323 1900

Amka Products (Pty) Ltd.........................(012) 674 0400 BMS Cosmetics (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 326 3996 Dermalogica South Africa (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 268 0018 Estee Lauder Companies (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 516 3000 Gauteng Soap Powders cc......................(011) 421 9865 Kimberly Clark South Africa (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 456 5700 L'Oreal South Africa Holdings (Pty) Ltd....(011) 286 0700 Nkunzi Unsgaard (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 531 6969 Procter & Gamble (Pty) Ltd......................(010) 0019650 Quality Products (Pty) Ltd.......................(031) 461 9500 Revlon South Africa (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 971 0800 Unilever South Africa (Pty) Ltd.................(031) 570 2911

PHARMACEUTICALS & BIOTECHNOLOGY Pharmaceuticals

Adcock Ingram Holdings Limited.............(011) 635 0000 AEC Amersham (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 691 6500 Alpha Pharm Eastern Cape Holdings Limited.. (041) 404 6800 Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited.......(011) 239 6100 Austell Laboratories...............................(011) 434 5669 Be-Tabs Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 495 0100 Biotech Laboratories (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 848 3050 Black IQ................................................(012) 804 5617 Cipla Medpro South Africa Limited..........(021) 914 0520 Gulf Drug Company (Pty) Limited.............(031) 538 8700 Mediscor Pharmaceutical Benefit Management (Pty) Ltd............................(012) 674 8000 Novartis South Africa Ptyâ&#x20AC; Ltd.................(011) 929 9111 NTP Radioisotopes (Pty) Ltd....................(012) 305 5115 Pharmed Pharmaceuticals Limited..........(031) 571 2800 Reckitt-Benckiser South Africa (Pty) Ltd..(011) 871 1611 Roche Products (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 502 5000 Sonke Pharmaceuticals .........................(012) 643 2070 SpecPharm Holdings (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 652 0400 UPD a division of New Clicks South Africa (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 470 1000 Sanofi-Aventis South Africa (Pty) Ltd........(011) 256 3700 Alcon Laboratories South Africa (Pty) Ltd.(011) 840 2300 Astrazeneca Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd....(011) 797 6000 Pharma Natura (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 445 6000

Biotechnology

The Scientific Group (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 652 4000

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Pfizer South Africa The company’s vision of ‘living our full potential in striving for a healthier southern Africa’, forms part of its ethos where it strives for every single southern African to have access to quality healthcare.

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fizer South Africa has been in existence for close to 60 years and is part of the New York-based Pfizer Inc. Pfizer South Africa operates two separate businesses – Pfizer Biopharmaceuticals and Pfizer Consumer Health. Through its extensive network, Pfizer is able to meet its commitment to improving lives by increasing access to medicines. Pfizer is the world’s largest R&D based pharmaceutical company and employs just over 100,000 colleagues in 120 countries. Pfizer’s Vision The company’s vision of ‘living our full potential in striving for a healthier southern Africa’, forms part of its ethos where it strives for every single southern African to have access to quality healthcare. This pharmaceutical multi-national covers a wide range of medicines and treatments. These include oncology, vaccines, cardiovascular, biological medicine, neuroscience, urology, anti-inflammatory, pain medication, anti-coagulation, anti-infectives, ophthalmology and consumer health. Its key stakeholders include government, associations and healthcare professionals. Pfizer’s global corporate responsibility activities are focused on investing its full range of resources i.e. people, skills and expertise, to broaden access to medicines and strengthen healthcare delivery for underserved people around the world. To this end, several of Pfizer’s corporate public health programmes have had a positive impact on healthcare and community well-being in South Africa. “Pfizer is committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of ordinary South Africans,” says

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SECTOR PARTNER: HEALTH | MEDICINE | DISTRIBUTION | ADVERTORIAL

“Pfizer is committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of ordinary South Africans.” Brian Daniel, CEO and Country Manager, Pfizer South Africa’s Biopharmaceutical Division. “Through our extensive corporate social responsibility programme, we are privileged to touch the lives of those less fortunate. Pfizer last year, was recognized by the Department of Social Development for its outstanding corporate social responsibility (CSR) contributions. Coupled to this, Pfizer is extremely honoured to be recognised as the leading company in the pharmaceutical category by Best Employers 2012/13. This is the second year in succession that Pfizer has been ranked number one by the CRF Institute in this category. With approximately 60% of its workforce being female, indicates the company’s support for gender equity at all levels of its business. Pfizer Culture One of the hallmarks of the Pfizer culture is its ability to adapt and continue to grow in the face of an ever-changing landscape. The company performed extremely well in 2012, despite the effects of the global economic meltdown and additional challenges faced by emerging markets. Pfizer is obliged to constantly review its market position as a result of a National Health Insurance being implemented. Furthermore, the Pfizer OWN IT! culture is embraced company-wide. It is a culture which allows the colleagues to own the business, win in the marketplace, discuss behaviours, impact results, all of which can only be achieved if colleagues have trust in one another’s ability to perform effectively. These values inspire the team to strive for

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excellence at all levels of the business. Therefore, the Pfizer OWN IT! culture contributes greatly to the organisation’s future growth. Pfizer History Founded by cousins Charles Pfizer and Charles Erhardt in 1849, Pfizer has remained dedicated to discovering and developing new and better ways to prevent and treat disease and improve the health and well-being of people around the world. Pfizer’s growth over the last 20 years has been, in part, due to the acquisitions of Warner Lambert, Pharmacia and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. This has enabled the company to offer products and services to all healthcare professionals over a broader range of therapeutic areas. Pfizer Success There is no doubt that this success is driven by its people. The manner in which the company grows its business is by ensuring that its people are geared to deliver. This is achieved at a manage-

ment level with a sustained focus on performance and managing change through the creation of an inclusive environment. Open discussion and debate amongst colleagues is encouraged and key to the development of its people. “It’s simple really,” Daniel states. “In our business, people drive technology. And it is through our effective business technology tools and programmes that we are able to successfully compete on a global scale.”

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 860 Pfizer (734 937)/ +27 (0) 320 6000 Website: www.pfizer.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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HEALTH | HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION | ADVERTORIAL

Medscheme Holdings Limited Medscheme, a member of AfroCentric Health, shares the group's vision of Creating a World of Sustainable Healthcare.

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ur heritage of innovation focuses on achieving sustainability through effective health risk management. This is complemented by careful management of healthcare costs and a relentless drive for operational efficiency. Driven by our vision, the group is South Africa’s largest health risk management services provider and medical scheme administrator. We touch the lives of over 3,4 million people through our network of branches, conveniently located in South Africa, Africa and Mauritius. Creating a World of Sustainable Healthcare is an objective that cannot be achieved without transformation. Our approach is to drive transformation from within, by prioritising the transformation of our workforce through skills development. By making a significant investment in the continuous development of our employees, our vision will become a reality to our employees and customers. We take our role in the transformation and upliftment of previously disadvantaged individuals and communities as an integral part of our transformation strategy. This philosophy is reflected in our Socio Economic Development (SED) and Enterprise Development (ED) initiatives where our approach is to establish a long-term relationship with the beneficiaries to achieve maximum and sustainable impact. Socio Economic Development The ongoing partnership with the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital School in Johannesburg, whose primary aim is to ensures that the education of young

“Creating a World of Sustainable Healthcare is an objective that cannot be achieved without transformation.”

patients is not interrupted while they receive treatment for serious illness at the hospital. This presents a perfect opportunity to further our vision of educating the youth and empowering previously disadvantaged communities and people. Medscheme is also a proud signatory to the Social Compact Forum, a ground breaking initiative led by the Department of Health which pools resources and expertise with the specific aim of urgently expanding national capacity to train healthcare professionals.

increasing the number of quality healthcare professionals in the country. As a group, we provide equipment, learning and training materials to these institutions as part of our ED programme. This enhances the ability of the institution to provide training that produces quality nursing graduates. Our commitment to transformation is clearly demonstrated by the continued upward trend in the group’s BroadBased Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) scorecard.

Enterprise Development By supporting privately-owned nursing colleges, we have an opportunity to promote SMME businesses that play an essential role in the development of the country’s economy while making a positive contribution to the outcome of the government’s 10 point plan on health by

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 671 2000 With the QR-Code you can visit:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/ Medscheme-PTY-LTD/134505729773 https://twitter.com/ Medscheme http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=F7amcfDPc6E

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Netcare Shares Their Views Business Development and Corporate Affairs Director, Tumi Nkosi of Netcare shares his views on business trends in South Africa. Netcare, which has been listed on the JSE Limited since 1996, is South Africa’s largest private healthcare network. Its comprehensive healthcare service offering encompasses 55 private hospitals with 9 262 registered beds; 68 Medicross family medical and dental centres and 20 Prime Cure clinics with a network of 557 medical and dental practitioners; 85 retail pharmacies; South Africa’s leading private emergency medical services provider, Netcare 911; and National Renal Care (NRC), the largest provider of private dialysis services, in which Netcare has a 50% shareholding.

Name Tumi Nkosi Born 16 February 1963 Occupation and position Director: Business Development and Corporate Affairs First job Merchandiser for Bakers biscuits Best advice and who gave it Bob Proctor – “It is what it is, accept it, learn from it and move on” Best business book read this year The Advantage – Why Organisational Health Trumps Everything Else in Business – Patrick Lencioni Most inspiring business leader Dr Ruel Khoza Fitness goal Training 4 times a week Golf handicap 18 Way you relax Gardening Business philosophy If you stand for nothing, you fall for anything

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What do you see as the three key challenges for SA business in 2013? Although the economy is reasonably stable, various factors are currently making it difficult for investment decisions. The need to create sustainable jobs, especially for the youth and making healthcare accessible and affordable to all in South Africa. What are the key marketing trends you see emerging to drive the next decade? Technology is definitely at the forefront of new consumer trends. Traditional ways of consuming products are becoming extinct and consumers are becoming increasingly discerning and demanding value for money. There is a new mantra in business that Africa is the Next Big Thing, what is your position on doing business in Africa? We are already doing business in Africa through our Netcare 911 presence in Mozambique and our healthcare public private partnership (PPP) with the Government of Lesotho. We continue to look for viable opportunities across the African continent. What skills do you think leaders of the future are going to need? How do you identify those leaders in your business? Leaders of the future would need the skills

to unearth, harness and optimise the various talents which are critical to their organisation’s sustainable success. Future leaders will achieve gratification in knowing that they have very clear and well-designed development plans in place for key performers. What does ethical business mean to you, and how have you realised that? Personal and business integrity should be promoted and protected at all cost. The brand represented by us will be badly tainted and the organisation could suffer great reputational damage if ethical business practices are not adhered to. It is vital to protect the brand and maintain integrity because that’s all you have, everything else does not matter. Is the drive for sustainability changing the way you do business? How? As leaders we are called to create businesses not only for success in the short term but for future generations. Our current actions will bear testimony to the future of the organisation in the long term. Outside of our long term strategic growth path, we are for example, implementing energy and water savings initiatives within all the Netcare facilities; these will not only create efficiencies but would lead to sustainable and responsible growth. What are the most important challenges you have had to face as a leader? Managing a diverse and decentralised organisation, with staff spread across the country, poses challenges. It is not always easy to get everyone’s buy in to the business objectives and to appreciate management strategies. What led to your current career path? My goal has always been to contribute on an executive level of an organisation where I could be involved in crafting the strategic direction of the business and making

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decisions that impact on the future of the organisation. My current and previous portfolios afforded me the opportunity to operate at this level. What do you rate as your biggest career achievement? The opportunity to be the CEO of Netcare 911, a position that I held for more than four years. Who are the people you most admire for their professional success, and why? I admire Dr Ruel Khoza not only for his business achievements that are not touted in the media but also for his intelligence, acumen and ability to analyse and provide direction on various political and social issues. He is really impeccable!

“Leaders of the future would need the skills to unearth, harness and optimise the various talents which are critical to their organisation’s sustainable success. Future leaders will achieve gratification in knowing that they have very clear and well-designed development plans in place for key performers.”

If you had to start your working life over again, what advice would you give yourself in hindsight? I would take control of my destiny right from the early stages and not leave it to other people to shape and implement it for me. What is your leadership style? Creating a positive working environment in which people may thrive and take responsibility. How do you balance your work/life/parenting imperatives? I have always been a family man and do not intend to change or allow any situation to change that. Planning and organising play a key role in ensuring that all important aspects related to work and home are taken care of. These two leadership tenets, when implemented effectively, provides sanity to the world and ensures that both work and personal life are balanced. What are you most excited about this year? To find growth despite environmental challenges. Where will you be in 10 years time? I hope I would have retired from the corporate world and that I would only participate at board level for various organisations.

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Mars Healthcare South Africa Importers & Distributors Of Medical Equipment and Consumables

Of Opthalmic Equipment and Consumables

Of Dental Equipment and Consumables

Tel: +27 (0)11 421 3770 Tel: +27 (0)11 024 2495 Tel: +27 (0)11 420 0608 Tel: +27 (0)11 420 0631 Fax: +27 (0)11 252 6377 Fax: +27 (0)11 252 9450

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SERVICE DELIVERY | SECTOR OVERVIEW

SERVICE DELIVERY Valuating the steps taken by government to halt and eliminate challenges regarding service delivery, the public office has achieved numerous accomplishments according to Department Director-General, Sean Phillips.

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outh Africa faces various challenges with regard to service delivery and performance. These challenges revolve around timing of public services’ response to the high volume of social grant encounters, the filling of public service vacancies together with residence documentation. Due to these challenges culminating in public frustration, the government has been implementing strategies aimed at speeding service delivery. Evaluating the steps taken by government to halt and eliminate challenges regarding service delivery, we find the public office has achieved numerous accomplishments according to Department Director-General, Sean Phillips. The government has dedicated substantial attention to focus on the approach to improve public service reaction time, primarily focusing on police response times. The South African Police Services (SAPS) response times have improved from the 22 minutes in 2010 to just less than 17 minutes in May 2013. Although the response time frame still poses many risks for the public as some scenarios require faster responses, this is still a fair improvement. The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has also devoted itself to adhering to the public’s outcry for public service delivery. SASSA has amended their time performance in processing grant applications. In 2010, it took them 30 days to process grant applications but this has been attended to thus making it nine days in May this year. The Presidential Hotline has in many instances been faced with

STATISTICS public enquiry challenges where it has received difficult cases to resolve and as a result only resolved a handful of cases a year. However, we have seen an improvement. The hotline has increased its performance significantly from resolving 39% of complaints logged in 2009 to over 83% in May this year. Furthermore, there has been a huge adjustment to the filling of public sector vacancies to just fewer than 5 months in 2011/12 compared to nine months in 2010. This will ensure that public offices will not remain vacant for long while our people drown in unemployment. The government adheres to the public-private partnership (PPP) global trend which is developed to accelerate good public service delivery. PPP is essentially a long-term contract which involves a substantial transfer of risk and has proved to be a catalyst for South African service delivery. Although there is improvement in service delivery, there are still vast challenges that need to be overcome by government using innovative strategies.

• The number of households ­living in brick houses has ­increased from - an 80% hike - between 1996 and 2009 • The number of households ­using electricity increased by 120% over the same period; • 130% more households were using electricity to cook in 2009 than in 1996; and • In the same period, the number of households with access to piped water rose by 71% • Over the 13-year period under review, the number of households in South Africa increased from more than 9 million to 13.8 million – or by 52% • With just under 2 million households still living in informal settlements; Significant demands still need to be met • Police response time improved to 17 minutes in May 2013 from 22 minutes in 2010 • 9 days to process grant application from 30 days Source: SA info, Accountancy SA and News 24

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TOBACCO Tobacco

British American Tobacco SA (Pty) Ltd.....(021) 888 3500

CYCLICAL SERVICES Industrial Goods MATERIALS HANDLING Hiring Supply Events & Catering Equipment Rental

Events Social Marketing & Productions Afrika (Pty)..........................(021) 422 5651 M and M Hiring SA cc............................(011) 493 0866 M and M Hiring Smalls cc.......................(011) 493 9237

Electronics Equipment Rental

CCTV Security Surveillance Gauteng (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 454 5440 Gearhouse South Africa (Pty) Ltd............(011) 216 3000 Media Film Service (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 511 3300 Rena Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 403 2714 Rentworks Africa (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 549 9000

GENERAL RETAILERS Shopping Centres

Lexshell 44 General Trading (Pty) Ltd t/a Victoria & Alfred Waterfront..........(021) 408 7500 Menlyn Park Shopping Centre.................(012) 348 8766

Retailers - Hardlines

AJM Sales & Services cc........................(086) 177 6782 Ayanda Solutions (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 787 5615 Bromide Technologies a division of EOH Mthombo (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 545 6000 Business Behind Empowerment (Pty) Ltd t/a BBE.....................................(011) 922 2000 Capi-lux South Africa (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 390 2339 Cash Tiles & Sanitaryware (Pty) Ltd.........(021) 447 6111 Cellucity (Pty) Ltd...................................(021) 401 1300 Comztek (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 848 9000 Ditulo Office Furniture (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 447 1403 Dot Office Supplies (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 347 1000 Dynamic Cables South Africa (Pty) Ltd-see note...................................(021) 535 3190 Ellerines Holdings Ltd.............................(010) 201 2000 Emanzini Business Lines cc....................(012) 322 2992 Emergent Office Solutions (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 282 2500 Erasmus Tyre Services cc.......................(021) 387 1000 Execuflora (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 691 9934 Explix Technologies (Pty) Ltd t/a Workgroup...(011) 654 6000 Fig Technology (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 886 1000 Forms Media Independent Africa (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 229 1300 Glenstat cc............................................(011) 334 5688 Graylink Media (Pty) Ltd..........................(021) 419 3745 Hortors Stationery (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 607 0910 Introstat (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 723 7500 Ithuba Valves & Industrial Supplies cc......(011) 864 2582 JDG Trading (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 408 0408 K Carrim Builders Hardware (Pty) Ltd.......(012) 323 3925 Katlego Solutions (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 447 3930 Kerbyn 232 (Pty) Ltd t/a Itecbiz...............(011) 235 4250 Key Stationers cc...................................(021) 510 6922 Khanya Computers cc............................(011) 463 3729 LA Group Limited...................................(021) 683 1786 Letsema Office Automation (Pty) Ltd........(011) 331 1241 Lewis Group Limited..............................(021) 460 4400 Mars Technologies (Pty) Ltd ...................(041) 581 5800

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Midmar Liquors Limited.......................... (021) 949-4550 Ningi Envelopes & Stationers cc t/a Glenstat.(011) 334 5688 Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd......(011) 781 2648 Park Avenue Stationers cc.......................(011) 634 1800 Reboni Furniture Group (Pty) Ltd .............(012) 661 4141 Richester Foods cc..................................(012) 666 8606 Saicom Pay Phones (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 581 6600 SBB Machine Tools (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 939 9170 Scandinavian Brand House (SBH).............(011) 706 2377 Sithabile Technology Services (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 848 7350 Stepnette Lighting cc..............................(079) 890 9084 Tasmyn General Enterprises (Pty) Ltd........(011) 673 7553 Tayob Brothers Group of Companies........(011) 403 6902 The JR Watkins Company (Pty) Ltd t/a Watkins Valeur.............................(021) 532 2640 Thekweni Reinforcing (Pty) Ltd.................(031) 507 1455 Tracktone SA (Pty) Ltd.............................(021) 551 3327 Waltons (Pty) Ltd.....................................(021) 442 2800 Web Stationers.......................................(043) 642 4387 Zamanguni Automation (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 326 0460

Broadline - Retailers

Clicks Group Limited ..............................(021) 460 1345 Edcon (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 495 6000 Massmart Holdings Limited.....................(011) 517 0000 Woolworths Holdings Limited....................(021)407 9111

Retailers - Soft Goods

African & Overseas Enterprises Limited....(021) 460 9400 African Sales Co. (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 809 4000 Foschini Limited......................................(021) 938 1911 Hyper Factory Shop cc............................(011) 845 4901 Mr Price Group Ltd..................................(031) 310 8000 Prima Toy & Leisure Trading (Pty) Ltd a division of Prima Toy & Leisure Group....(021) 818 2000 Truworths International Ltd......................(021) 460 7911

TRADE Import & Export

Allied Putziger (Pty) Ltd t/a Toolquip & Allied.....................................(011) 370 2727 Associated Trailer Components (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 397 6092 AZ Trading cc.........................................(011) 792 8919 Bon Accord Africa Freight Services cc......(021) 551 3708 Broadway Sweets (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 615 7120 Centa Fire Protection Equipment cc..........(031) 569 1175 Century Avionics cc.................................(011) 701 3244 Heaton Valves Africa (Py) Ltd....................(011) 418 4800 Irizar Southern Africa (Pty) Limited............(012) 661 1927 Kinnor (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 615 7560 New Holland Construction (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 977 8332 Nu-World Industries (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 321 2111 Oreport (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 233 7300 Pernod Ricard South Africa (Pty) Ltd.........(021) 880 8800 SA Bulk Terminals (Pty) Ltd......................(031) 327 5000

Wholesale

Advance Warehousing (Pty) Ltd t/a Nizams.(012) 666 7509 Africhoice Trading cc...............................(031) 304 6023 ASA Fasteners and Engineering Suppliers cc.(011) 854 5459 Discount Electrical Wholesale cc..............(011) 918 2937 Edward Snell & Co. Limited......................(021) 506 2600 EP Electrical Distributors (Pty) Ltd.............(041) 453 2115 FAHB Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd t/a FAHB Cash & Carry..........................................(011) 493 8000 Geochris Investments (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 833 2402 Global Source (Pty) Ltd............................(031) 207 4400

Haby & Lace cc.....................................(011) 857 2556 Hortors Stationery (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 607 0928 Joey's Steel Suppliers cc........................(011) 828 9837 Macdonald Steel SA (Pty) Ltd..................(031) 450 5200 Malls Tiles (Pty) Ltd................................(031) 469 4224 Melbro Holdings (Pty) Ltd........................(021) 505 5500 Reliance Produce (Pty) Ltd t/a Yarona Cash & Carry cc.....................................(011) 248 7700 Shosholoza Steel Supplies (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 973 1944 Sol Danka (Pty) Ltd t/a U & G Fabrics......(031) 275 3100 Sovereign Steel (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 392 1348 Supreme Electrical (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 761 1668 VN Naik (Pty) Ltd....................................(031) 306 2063 Voltsing Electrical (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 699 3900 Zhauns Business Opportunities (Pty) Ltd t/a Zhauns ...............................(021) 447 3665

Distributors

Artemis Natural Products (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 885 1124 Axiz (Pty) Ltd..........................................(011) 237 7000 Bearings International (a division of Hudaco Trading (Pty) Ltd)........................(011) 899 0000 Belting Supply Services and BEP Bestobell a division of Hudaco Trading (Pty) Ltd........................ (011) 281-9300 BEP Bestobell (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 610 5600 Bowline Fulfilment (Pty) Ltd.....................(021) 550 9700 CHC Resources (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 552 4600 Communica World of Electronics (Pty) Ltd.................................. (012) 657 3500 Crime Stop Shop cc...............................(011) 894 6719 Haroldene Davids t/a Haroldene Suppliers.(021) 862 6636 Invicta Holdings Limited..........................(021) 929 4780 PKV Distributors cc................................(086) 165 6055 Rolo Paints Experts t/a Jacks Paints........(021) 854 7179 Sizwe Paints (Pty) Ltd.............................(021) 696 2915 TechExpress (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 314 6993 Terex Africa (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 966 2000 The Cold Chain (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 216 3800 Unichem Services (Pty) Ltd.....................(031) 534 6000 Wear-Tek (Pty) Ltd..................................(051) 432 4785

LEISURE, ENTERTAINMENT & HOTELS Gaming

Akani Egoli (Pty) Ltd t/a Gold Reef City Casino..........................................(011) 248 5000 Emnotweni Casino単a division of Tsogo Sun Casinos (Pty) Ltd.............................(013) 757 3000 Emperors Palace....................................(011) 928 1000 Garden Route Casino (Pty) Ltd................(044) 606 7541 Gold Circle (Pty) Ltd................................(031) 314 1500 Gold Reef City Theme Park (Pty) Ltd t/a Gold Reef City...................................(011) 248 6800 Monte Casino-Tsogo Sun Casinos (Pty) Ltd...(011) 510 7000 Peermont Global (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 267 9200 Phumelela Gaming & Leisure Limited.......(011)681 1500 Sun International Limited........................(011) 780 7000 SunWest International (Pty) Ltd t/a Grandwest Casino & Entertainment World................................ .(021) 505 7777 The Ridge-a division of Tsogo Sun Casinos (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 510 7700 Tsogo Sun Caledon (Pty) Ltd .................(028) 214 5100 Tsogo Sun Holdings Limited...................(011) 510 7700 Tsogo Sun KwaZulu- Natal (Pty) Ltd t/a Suncoast and Entertainment World.....(031) 328 3000 West Coast Leisure (Pty) Ltd t/a Mykonos Casino....................................(022) 707 6000

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SERVICES LISTING

Home Entertainment

Avusa Entertainment Investments (Pty) Ltd.(011) 340 9300 Ster-Kinekor - a division of Primedia (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 445 7700

Hotels

African Sun Limited................................(011) 280 7200 Champagne Sports Resort (Pty) Ltd.........(031) 765 7100 City Lodge Hotels Limited.......................(011) 557 2600 Coastlands Durban (Pty) Ltd t/a Coastlands Holiday Apartments & Convention Centre.................................(031) 305 5476 Hilton International SA (Pty) Ltd t/a Sandton Hilton Hotel...............................(011) 322 1888 La Boheme Guesthouse ........................(083) 7090 803 Legacy Hotels and Resorts (Pty) Ltd........(011) 806 6800 Lennoxley Investment Holdings t/a The Don Suite Hotels..............................(011) 709 1700 Lets Trade 1128 cc T/A Big 5 Guest House...(013) 656 4646 Protea Hospitality Group (Pty) Ltd............(021) 430 5000 Raya Hotels (Pty) Ltd..............................(021) 692 1260 Southern Sun Hotels..............................(011) 510 7500 Sun International Limited........................(011) 780 7000 The Don Group Limited..........................(011) 709 1700 Tsogo Sun Group (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 510 7700

Travel & Related Services

African Link Tours & Travel cc.................(033) 345 3175 Beachcomber Marketing (Pty) Ltd...........(021) 850 5300 Club Travel SA (Pty) Ltd..........................(021) 487 4300 Connex Travel (Pty) Ltd t/a BCD Travel ....(011) 274 4000 Deasea Tours cc....................................(074) 707 5035 Duma Travel (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 326 4009 Flight Centre SA (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 778 1770 Flywell Travel Agencies Cape (Pty) Ltd.....(021) 761 5044 Flywell Travel PTA (Pty) Ltd t/a XL Flywell Travel PTA..................................(012) 374 2041 Harvey World Travel Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 532 8050 HRG Rennies Travel (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 407 2800 South African Airways City Center (Pty) Ltd t/a SouthAfrican Travel Centre...........(011) 616 7956 South African Magic Travel Centre...........(012) 341 4207 Sure Holdings Limited............................(021) 410 5700 Thebe Tourism Group (Pty) Ltd................(021) 551 0288 Tourvest Holdings (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 728 0540 Tourvest Travel Services - a division of Tourvest Holdings ................................... (011) 790 0000 Travel with Flair (Pty) Ltd.........................(012) 424 3300 Uniglobe Travel Sub Saharan Africa (Pty) Ltd.(011) 444 8910 Vhandinda Shuttle & Courier Services cc.. (015) 962 1811 Wings Corporate Travel (Pty) Ltd t/a Wings Travel Management......................(011) 292 5000 Xitlangu Shuttle and Tours (Pty) Ltd.........(012) 342 4907

Restaurants & Pubs

Famous Brands Limited..........................(011) 315 3000 Scooters Pizza (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 608 1999

Leisure Facilities

Artscape...............................................021) 410 9800 Durban Marine Theme Park (Pty) Ltd t/a uShaka Marine World.................(031) 328 8000 Planet Fitness Holdings (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 327 1808 Plattner Golf (Pty) Ltd t/a Fancourt Hotel & Count........................................(044) 804 0000 Prima Toy & Leisure Trading (Pty) Ltd.......(021) 818 2000 Spier Holdings (Pty) Ltd..........................(021) 809 1100

Tourism Bodies

Cape Town Tourism................................(021) 487 8600 Durban Tourism.....................................(031) 304 4934 Eastern Cape Parks & Tourism Agency....(043) 742 4450 Gauteng Tourism Authority......................(011) 639 1600 KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Board t/a Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife.............(033) 845 1000 Kwazulu-Natal Tourism Authority.............(031) 366 7500 Limpopo Tourism & Parks.......................(015) 290 7300 Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency.. (013) 759 5300 Northern Cape Economic Development & Tourism.............................................(053) 830 4843 Northern Cape Tourism Authority.............(053) 833 1434 Robben Island Museum..........................(021) 413 4200 South African National Parks...................(012) 426 5000 South African Tourism............................(011) 895 3000 Tourism Business Council of South Africa (012) 654 7525 Tourism KZN..........................................(031) 366 7500 Trade & Investment KwaZulu-Natal..........(031) 368 9600 Trade & Investment Limpopo..................(015) 295 5171 Trade and Investment South Africa (TISA).. (086) 184 3384 Western Cape Investment and Trade Promotion Agency (WESGRO)........(021) 487 8600

Sports Bodies

Athletics South Africa.............................(011) 880 5800 Kaizer Chiefs (Pty) Ltd ...........................(011) 941 1465 Orlando Pirates......................................(011) 484 2084 SA Rugby (Pty) Ltd.................................(021) 659 6728

MEDIA & PHOTOGRAPHY Broadcasting Contractors

Africa on Air (Pty) Ltd .............................(011) 506 3947 Capricorn FM.........................................(015) 291 0815 Catapult Productions cc.........................(011) 325 5535 Channel Africa.......................................(011) 714 4541 East Coast Radio (Pty) Ltd.......................(031) 570 9495 Electronic Media Network Ltd t/a M-Net..(011) 686 6000 Endemol South Africa (Pty) Ltd................(011) 799 2200 Kagiso Media Limited.............................(011) 537 0600 Kaya FM (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 634 9500 Lotus FM..............................................(031) 362 5444 Multichoice South Africa Holdings (Pty) Ltd.(011) 289 3000 Neo Africa (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 484 2833 Primedia Broadcasting (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 506 3200 Sentech Limited.....................................(011) 691 7000 South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)..................................................(011) 714 9111 Supersport International (Pty) Ltd............(011) 686 6000 Tswelopele Productions (Pty) Ltd.............(021) 700 1020 Ukhozi FM.............................................(031) 362 5111 Umoya Communications (Pty) Ltd t/a Algoa FM..............................................(041) 505 9497 Urban Brew Studios (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 285 6000 Zimele Broadcasting Services (Pty) Ltd....(011) 770 9760

Media Agencies

34 Degrees South Marketing (Pty) Ltd.....(021) 480 3400 360 Degrees Production House (Pty) Ltd.(011) 782 1663 Acceleration Media (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 487 3160 Ad Outpost Africa (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 253 9000 Adkraal Advertising & Design (Pty) Ltd.....(031) 309 1762 Afrigraphics Advertising cc.....................(082) 5648 722 Alan Dick Africa (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 758 5780 Alphabet Soup Advertising (Pty) Ltd........(011) 880 8655 AquilaZone Promotions cc......................(011) 680 0796 Arcay Communications...........................(011) 480 8500 Artifact Advertising (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 462 9306

Atmosphere Communications cc.............(021) 461 2117 Bloom Marketing cc...............................(031) 303 4090 Blueprint Strategic Marketing Communications (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 788 1584 Brandseye (Pty) Ltd................................(021) 467 5960 Busi Ntuli Communications (Pty) Ltd........(011) 339 4515 By Design Marketing Group t/a By Design Group.........................................(086) 129 3374 CEO Holdings (Pty) Ltd............................(012) 667 6623 Chillibush Communications (Pty) Ltd........(011) 646 7152 Collyer Lessick & Associates (Pty) Ltd......(011) 399 5600 Companion's Business Design cc t/a Flint Studio............................................(011) 784 2882 Continental Outdoor Media (Pty) Ltd........(011) 514 1400 Cortex Creative Centre (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 450 1235 DDB South Africa (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 267 2800 Draftfcb South Africa (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 566 6000 Elements Egoli (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 440 3545 Euro RSCG South Africa (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 549 3600 Exp SA..................................................(011) 549 5340 Foxp2 (Pty) Ltd.......................................(021) 424 4802 Fusion Design cc...................................(086) 132 1777 Grey Group SA Limited...........................(011) 293 6200 Grid Worldwide Branding and Design (Pty) Ltd ....................................(011) 502 4600 HMC Seswa Corporate Communications .(011) 462 1830 Hot Dogz Marketing (Pty) Ltd t/a HDI Youth Market...................................(011) 706 6016 HWB Communications (Pty) Ltd...............(021) 462 0416 Icon Display South Africa (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 608 370 Ikhono Communications cc.....................(031) 266 9937 Indigo Design & Events Marketing (Pty) Ltd...(011) 809 5599 Initiative Media......................................(011) 780 6200 Isilumko Media......................................(021) 461 3609 Joe Public (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 467 0763 JWT SA (Pty) Ltd ...................................(011) 806 8000 Kadoro Events & Communications (Pty) Ltd...(011) 788 6470 King James Advertising Cape Town (Pty) Ltd .(021) 469 1500 Lesoba Difference (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 514 3600 Lowe Bull Group (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 780 6300 Magna Carta Public Relations (Pty) Ltd....(011) 784 2598 Makwetla & Associates (Pty) Ltd................(011) 513 400 Marc Group Ltd......................................(011) 347 1300 Maru Sport (Pty) Ltd...............................(011) 506 4400 Maximilian Event Productions cc.............(011) 616 4420 Media Direction OMD SA (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 303 2000 Media Edge CIA (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 582 6000 Mediacom South Africa..........................(011) 582 6600 Megapro Marketing a division of Primedia (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 305 9800 Midnight Oil (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 504 9160 Mixmed Sales & Marketing cc.................(021) 554 5289 Momentous Sports Corporation (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 646 7340 MoneyWeb Holdings Limited...................(011) 344 8600 Morris Jones & Company (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 486 1284 Naledi Network BBDO (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 912 0000 Nota Bene (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 582 6200 Nota Bene (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 582 6000 Oasys Innovation (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 210 2500 Octagon Marketing (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 486 6000 Ogilvy South Africa.................................(011) 709 6600 Outdoor Network (Pty) Ltd.......................(031) 563 5966 Paton Tupper (Pty) Ltd t/a Paton Tupper Associates..................................(031) 583 3260 Primedia (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 506 3000 Primedia @ Home (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 789 2874 Primedia Outdoor...................................(011) 475 1419 Radmark (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 253 7600

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Redline-a division of Draft FCB South Africa...........................................(011) 566 6000 Saatchi & Saatchi SA (Pty) Ltd................(011) 548 6000 SAIL Rights Commercialisation (Pty) Ltd...(011) 347 1300 Scan Display Solutions (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 447 4777 Screenworld (Pty) Ltd t/a Off the Wall......(011) 786 3330 Sho-Sho-Lo-Za Marketing cc..................(011) 608 4144 Simon Says Design Advertising cc t/a S imon Says Advertising............................(041) 586 3040 Siyenza Management (Pty) Ltd................(011) 463 9285 Strategic Persuasions cc........................(011) 608 0929 Strategic Persuasions cc........................(011) 608 0929 Talk2Us Marketing cc.............................(011) 706 8149 TBWA South Africa (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 322 3200 The Agency for Advertising & Marketing (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 235 3100 The Brand Union (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 895 9300 The Guild Combination (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 467 6752 The Jupiter Drawing Room Cape Town (Pty) Ltd........................................(021) 442 7000 The Lime Envelope.................................(011) 704 7770 The MediaShop (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 258 4000 The Old Shanghai Firecracker Factory Holdings (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 807 2745 The Switch Design Company (Pty) Ltd t/a Switch Group....................................(011) 706 9370 Three Blind Mice Communications (Pty) Ltd................................................(011) 312 8162 Tshiko Media Consulting cc....................(083) 642 8800 Value River cc t/a Monatefellaz...............(011) 022 4311 VWV Group............................................(011) 799 2600 Wavelengths 32 (Pty) Ltd t/a Inzalo Communication ....................................(011) 646 9992 Wideopen Platform (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 832 2800 Xisiwana Marketing (Pty) Ltd...................(012) 644 2744 Zanusi Brand Solutions (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 886 0502

Publishing & Printing

ABC Direct Express cc............................(021) 951 5020 AC Braby (Pty) Ltd..................................(031) 717 4000 Avalon Group (Pty) Ltd............................(031) 368 2007 Avusa Limited........................................(011) 280 3000 BDFM Publishers (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 280 3000 Bidpaper Plus (Pty) Ltd ..........................(011) 706 6750 Bukani Print (Pty) Ltd..............................(041) 484 2211 Burlington Dataprint (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 493 7200 Career Junction.....................................(021) 818 8600 Caxton & CTP Publishers & Printers Limited.................................................(011) 889 0600 Contiprint cc..........................................(011) 334 1484 Creda Communications (Pty) Ltd.............(021) 505 6100 CTP Printers Cape Town, a division of CTP Limited........................(021) 929 6200 Ferroprint (Pty) Ltd.................................(031) 705 1739 Formeset Print (Pty) Ltd..........................(021) 507 9000 Future Managers (Pty) Ltd......................(021) 462 3572 Hirt & Carter Omnigraphics (Pty) Ltd........(031) 203 3333 Imprimatic (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 339 3238 Ince (Pty) Ltd.........................................(011) 241 3000 Interactive Africa (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 465 9966 Juta & Company Limited........................(021) 659 2300 Khumbula Media Connexion (Pty) Ltd......(011) 444 2497 Koerikai Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd.....(021) 947 3610 Kohler Signs (Pty) Ltd.............................(021) 905 0330 Le-Nash International Investments cc t/a Le-Nash Signs..................................(011) 394 3484 LexisNexis (Pty) Ltd................................(031) 268 3111 Max Nathan Interests (Pty) Ltd t/a Fishwicks Printers.............................(031) 268 7300 Media 24 Limited...................................(021) 406 2121 Mondi Shanduka Newsprints (Pty) Ltd.....(031) 451 2111

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Nasou Via Afrika (Pty) Ltd........................(021) 406 2121 Naspers Limited.....................................(021) 406 2121 New Africa Books (Pty) Ltd......................(021) 674 4136 Paarl Labels (Pty) Ltd - a division of Paarl Media Group.................................(021) 877 6200 Paarl Media Group (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 550 2500 Pops Print cc.........................................(031) 301 3291 Redfern Print Services SA (Pty) Ltd..........(021) 552 9680 Remata iNathi Communications & Printers (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 848 0000 Roto Label............................................(021) 532 5540 SW Signs cc..........................................(014) 592 9428 Tandym Print (Pty) Ltd............................(021) 505 4200 Trudon (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 677 6000 Universal Print Group (Pty) Ltd t/a Uniprint.(031) 560 2200 Vin Libre Labeling (Pty) Ltd.....................(021) 851 7927

Support Services Catering Services

3663 First for Food Services Limited.......(031) 571 2400 Air Chefs (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 397 1331 Bidvest Food Services (Pty) Ltd...............(031) 571 2400 Compass Group Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.(011) 802 7200 D & R Lowe Catering Supplies (Pty) Ltd...(011) 804 3663 Feedem Pitseng (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 439 2300 RoyalMnandi (Pty) Ltd.............................(087) 803 3500 Tsebo Holdings & Operations (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 441 5300 Vulcan Catering Equipment (Pty) Ltd........(011) 249 8500 Wembley Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd..........(021) 697 1430

Facilities Management

Arcus Facilities Management Solutions (Pty) Ltd t/a FM Solutions ......................(021) 528 8980 Drake & Scull FM ..................................(011) 577 8600 Indigo Design & Events Marketing (Pty) Ltd................................................(011) 809 5599 Outgrow Outsourced Technologies (Pty) Ltd................................................(086) 168 8476 Sodexo Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 803 6600 Total Facility Management Company (Pty) Ltd t/a TFMC.................................(012) 641 8000 Tsebo Outsourcing Group (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 441 5300

Law Service

Adams & Adams....................................(012) 432 6000 Amos Khumalo Incorporated...................(011) 726 7811 Appies Incorporated...............................(021) 914 1401 Bell Dewar Inc ......................................(011) 710 6000 Blakes Maphanga Incorporated...............(011) 509 8000 Borman Duma Zitha Partnership.............(011) 886 4628 Bowman Gilfillan Incorporated.................(011) 669 9000 Breytenbach Mavuso Inc........................(058) 303 5241 Brooks & Luyt Incorporated.....................(011) 543 9000 Cheadle Thompson & Haysom Inc...........(011) 403 2765 Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc.......................(011) 290 7000 DMO Inc. (Daly Maqubela Oliphant).........(011) 463 6693 Du Toit, Smuts & Matthews Phosa Inc......(013) 745 3200 Edward Nathan Sonnenberg Inc..............(011) 269 7600 Environmental Law Consultancy cc.........(021) 702 7705 Fluxmans Attorneys................................(011) 328 1700 Garlicke & Bousfield Inc..........................(031) 570 5323 Jansens Attorneys..................................(018) 293 1011 Legal Aid South Africa............................(011) 877 2000 Mabalane Seobe Incorporated................(051) 448 5655 Maponya Incorporated............................(012) 342 0523 Maserumule Incorporated Attorneys Inc...(011) 486 3081 Mncedisi Ndlovu & Sedumedi Attorneys Inc..(011) 447 3811 Norton Rose South Africa........................(011) 685 8500 Qunta Incorporated................................(021) 418 0268

Routledge Modise t/a Eversheds.............(011) 286 6900 Silinda Mokoena & Associates Incorporated..(013) 755 2572 Spoor & Fisher.......................................(012) 676 1111 T.S Legal Services (Pty) Ltd.....................(086) 187 5342 Top Secret Legal Services cc..................(086) 187 5342 TS Legal Services..................................(086) 187 5343 Venn Nemeth & Hart Incorporated...........(033) 355 3100 Warburton Attorneys..............................(011) 447 6848 Webber Wentzel.....................................(011) 530 5000 Werksmans Incorporated........................(011) 535 8000 Woodhead Bigby & Irving Inc..................(031) 360 9700

Exhibition & Conference Facilities & Facilitators

African Kaleidoscope Events cc...............(021) 686 9201 Cape Town International Convention Centre Company SOC Ltd......................(021) 410 5000 ICC Durban (Pty) Ltd...............................(031) 360 1000 Thebe Venue Management (Pty) Ltd t/a the Coca Cola Dome..............................(011) 794 5800 Tshwane Business and Agricultural Corporation (TSHWABAC).......................(012) 327 1487 Tsogo Sun Casino's (Pty) Ltd t/a Sandton Convention Centre....................(011) 779 0000

Management Consulting

21st Century Pay Solutions.....................(011) 447 0306 Accenture South Africa (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 208 3000 Alexander Proudfoot (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 582 1200 All About Xpert (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 549 8600 Avocado Conference and Meeting Venue cc t/a Avocado Vision...................(011) 614 0206 Baraka Enterprise Consulting (Pty) Ltd.....(021) 418 4122 Blacklite Consulting (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 447 7651 Consequent Consulting (Pty) Ltd.............(021) 421 4515 Dual Point Holdings (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 880 1517 ECI Africa Consulting (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 602 1200 Ekosto 1061 (Pty) Ltd t/a Leaders Unlimited.(011) 722 1600 Letsema Consulting & Advisory (Pty) Ltd .(011) 233 0000 MAC Consulting.....................................(011) 537 1800 Mandala Consulting cc...........................(011) 782 3754 Manto Management (Pty) Ltd..................(086) 100 5688 Mayikana Consulting (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 482 7063 Misty Mountain Trading 62 (Pty) Ltd........(021) 880 1954 Mvelaphanda Management Services (Pty) Ltd.(087) 803 3400 Petanque Consultancy (Pty) Ltd ..............(086) 178 6783 Reagola Consulting cc............................(021) 555 2013 Regenesys Business School (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 669 5000 Robyn Bridgett Consulting cc t/a RB Consulting.............................................(081) 2700465 Sephaku Management (Pty) Ltd..............(012) 665 5060 Siyakha Consulting (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 706 9006

Verification Agencies

ACTION Verification (Pty) Ltd)..................(012) 849 0300 AQRate Verification Services...................(021) 949 4612 BEE Rating Solutions (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 022 9922 BEESA..................................................(011) 726 3052 EMEX Trust...........................................(012) 663 1188 Empowerdex (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 883 8548 EmpowerLogic (Pty) Ltd..........................(086) 111 4003 Equity Compliance & Solution (Pty) Ltd t/a Ees-Siyakha......................................(011) 726 3040 Honeycomb BEE Ratings (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 880 1630 Izikhulu BEE Rating cc............................(086) 150 5555 Muthelo-BEE.........................................(086) 168 8435 National Empowerment Rating Agency (Pty) Ltd (NERA).....................................(011) 463 8900

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SERVICES LISTING Premier Verification (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 591 0591 Sera (Pty) Ltd.........................................(012) 813 4600

Business Support Services

Achievement Awards Group (Pty) Ltd.......(021) 700 2300 Actuator Repair Services SA (Pty) Ltd......(011) 363 1904 Advance Call (Pty) Ltd............................(012) 452 0587 Africa Management Communications cc.. (011) 341 1000 African Heating Gas Division (Pty) Ltd......(016) 981 8838 African Response (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 709 7888 AIDC Development Centre (Pty) Ltd.........(012) 564 5300 Akha Tech (Pty) Ltd................................(086) 182 3823 Altech Netstar (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 207 5000 Aucor Sandton (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 237 4444 Automated Fuel Systems Group (Pty) Ltd.(011) 856 3600 AVTS Roadworthy Stations (Pty) Ltd.........(021) 934 4900 Battery Electric (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 397 6190 Battery Technologies (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 437 4500 Berco Indoor Gardens (Pty) Ltd................(021) 671 6855 BidAir Services (Pty) Ltd ........................(011) 383 9420 bizworks (Pty) Ltd...................................(031) 328 1000 Bosasa Operations (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 662 6001 Cape Town Routes Unlimited ..................(021) 487 4800 Caysha Marketing CC.............................(011) 431 0250 CCA Environmental (Pty) Ltd ..................(021) 461 1118 Cebano Consultants (Pty) Ltd..................(021) 658 4000 Chedcorp Suppliers cc...........................(073) 897 1787 Citizen Surveys (Pty) Ltd.........................(021) 447 4484 College Hill (Pty) Ltd...............................(011) 447 3030 Commerce Edge South Africa (Pty) Ltd....(086) 133 9326 Conexus (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 275 7000 Confidential Destruction Services (Pty) Ltd t/a Shred-IT South Africa...........(086) 127 4733 D & J Stationers cc................................(021) 949 3100 Daimler Fleet Management South Africa (Pty) Ltd t/a Debis Fleet Management......(012) 677 1500 DDP Valuers (Pty) Ltd.............................(012) 369 9100 Democratic Industrial Services (Pty) Ltd...(011) 796 7777 Desco Engineering cc t/a Desco Electronic Recyclers...............................(011) 979 3017 Direct Channel Holdings (Pty) Ltd............(011) 399 6000 East London Fresh Produce Market.........(043) 705 9500 Ekonimi Weld cc....................................(013) 758 1400 Empilweni Payout Services (Pty) Ltd........(013) 741 6500 Engine Applications (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 825 1560 ENRA Technologies cc............................(073) 482 4113 Envello Drum & Container Reconditioning cc t/a Envirodrum Recyclers...................(031) 468 5236 EQ Tickets (Pty) Ltd................................(012) 657 5300 Executive Carport (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 390 2062 Goldberg de Villiers Myburgh (Pty) Ltd t/a GlobalBusiness Solutions........................(043) 721 1030 Gopolang Communications Solutions cc......072 943 2749 Goxet cc t/a Unique Forest & Garden.......(042) 295 2412 Grant Thornton THL Consulting (Pty) Ltd..(011) 322 4580 Greymatter and Finch (Pty) Ltd................(021) 880 1200 Henque 3085 cc t/a Bethlehem Pest Control.. (058) 303 6049 Imbewu Capital Partners (Pty) Ltd...........(031) 566 1484 In The Vault 33 cc t/a Filter Man.............(013) 230 9662 Innovation Group (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 790 5200 Interaction Market Services Holdings (Pty) Ltd t/a RSA Market Agency.............(011) 613 4391 Interactive Technologies (Pty) Ltd............(011) 767 4000 IRCA Vereeniging (Pty) Ltd......................(016) 423 4806 ITQ Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 231 1461 JIC Engineering Services - a subsidiary of Westdawn Investments.......................(011) 564 9400 K & D Mine Suppliers (Pty) Ltd................(014) 592 1304 K53 Driving School Queenstown cc.........(045) 839 3434

Kagiso Eprop (Pty) Ltd ...........................(011) 445 8100 Katanga Property Care (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 699 8888 Kaufman Levin Associates (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 447 8411 Kezi Communications (Pty) Ltd................(011) 334 2493 Kezi Communications (Pty) Ltd................(011) 334 2493 Kgasi Trading cc....................................(011) 708 6244 Kula Development Facilitators cc.............(043) 727 0094 Lakho Mining Services cc.......................(011) 757 1174 Lebone Mining Supplies Enterprise (Pty) Ltd t/a Lebone Services..................(011) 476 1285 LGC Capital (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 395 8591 LM Marthinusen Ltd...............................(011) 615 6722 Louis Munro t/a Munro du Preez ............(041) 582 1804 Majozi Steel & Mining Supplies cc...........(011) 422 2024 Marine Data Solutions (Pty) Ltd...............(021) 386 8517 Marthinusen & Coutts............................(011) 607 1700 Metrofile (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 677 3000 Metrofile (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 677 3000 Microzone Trading 413 cc......................(011) 905 1278 Midway Two Holdings (Pty) Ltd................(011) 796 7777 Mindcor (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 551 5500 MMA Fencing cc....................................(011) 422 4340 Naledi Rail Engineering (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 830 1470 Nhlaka Industries cc...............................(031) 201 1370 Nodoli Trading cc...................................(045) 838 5757 NRM Consulting.....................................(011) 318 0895 Ocular Technologies (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 706 4705 OneLogix Group Limited.........................(011) 396 9040 Outprosys (Pty) Ltd.................................(021) 404 1111 Pac-Con Research cc.............................(031) 914 0174 Paymaster Payroll Solutions (Pty) Ltd.......(021) 551 6898 Perishable Products Export Council Board.. (021) 930 1134 Petanque Consultancy (Pty) Ltd ..............(086) 178 6783 PKV Vending - a division of PK Group......(086) 165 6055 Plus 94 Research (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 327 2020 Power Matrics Investments & Projects cc.(076) 458 9201 Professional Vision Group (Pty) Ltd..........(021) 671 7915 PSP Icon (Pty) Ltd..................................(086) 011 2234 Purchasing Consortium Southern Africa (Purco).(012) 349 0850 Raysonics Inspections, Tests & Certification (RITC) (Pty) Ltd"...................(021) 556 4884 Reid and Mitchell...................................(011) 914 9600 SAB&T Business Innovations Group (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 231 1300 SATIE Container Services Johannesburg (Pty) Ltd.(011) 610 2900 Servest (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 608 3377 SGS South Africa (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 680 3466 Shoden Data Systems (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 745 0100 Snyman and Philips cc t/a Mechanical Sealing Solutions...................................(031) 705 2020 Softstart Business & Technology Incubator (Pty) Ltd...............................................(011) 695 4800 South African Institute for Chartered Accountants..........................................(011) 621 6600 Spazatainer South Africa cc....................(021) 511 4080 Specialised Panel Manufacturing cc........(021) 905 2233 Storage Technology Services (Pty) Ltd ....(011) 808 6000 Syntell (Pty) Ltd......................................(021) 710 2081 Tappo Industries cc................................(012) 564 5510 Tawana Business Projects (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 444 1098 Teba Limited..........................................(011) 353 6000 The Effectiveness Company (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 466 5038 The Esop Shop (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 373 2900 The Event Production Company (Pty) Ltd.(011) 883 0470 The Fuel Logistics Group (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 552 2600 The Harding Group (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 977 2300 The Innovation Hub Management Company (Pty) Ltd..................................(012) 844 0000 The LR Management Group (Pty) Ltd.......(021) 448 6660 The Nielsen Company (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 495 3000

The Voice Clinic (Pty) Ltd....................... (011) 880 2334 Thebe Exhibitions & Projects Group (Pty) Ltd...................................... (011) 549 8300 Tiespro 51 (Pty) Ltd............................... (031) 301 7198 Tirhani Auctioneers Gauteng cc.............. (011) 608 2280 TNS Research Surveys (Pty) Ltd............. (021) 657 9500 Trollope Mining Services 2000 (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 281 6000 Umhlanga Plumbers cc......................... (031) 561 4984 Universal Mail Link (Pty) Ltd................... (021) 951 4200 Upstage Productions (Pty) Ltd ............... (011) 463 8021 UwinIwin Incentives............................... (011) 557 5700 Vicitude-Business Solutions (Pty) Limited.(087) 807 8934 VR Laser Services (Pty) Ltd.................... (011) 306 8000 Wilec...................................................(011) 629 9300 Wisdom Keys Group (Pty) Ltd................. (011) 463 7792 Xantium Professional Services (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 484 5676 Zgm Consulting (Pty) Ltd t/a PSP ICON... (021) 702 0480

Education & Business Training

ADvTECH Ltd........................................ (011) 676 8000 Altimax Training Academy (Pty) Ltd......... (011) 314 4072 Amazing Train (Pty) Ltd.......................... (086) 143 6436 Bytes People Solutions (Pty) Ltd............. (011) 205 7000 Desto (Pty) Ltd...................................... (012) 654 0001 Educor Nomandla (Pty) Ltd.................... (031) 251 9300 Faranani Facilitation Services (Pty) Ltd.... (021) 762 5742 Health Science Academy (Pty) Ltd.......... (011) 509 2555 Ikhaya Fundisa Techniskills Academy (I.F.T.A) (Pty) Ltd................................. (011) 472 3443/6 Ikhwezi Inservice Training Institute.......... (031) 205 9941 Interactive Tutor t/a Mediaworks (Pty) Ltd...(011) 209 0900 Knowledge Quest Consulting Services cc...(011) 329 9000 Legodi Henderson Education (Pty) Ltd t/a LH Education................................... (012) 347 4936 Manstrat Agricultural Intelligence Solutions (Pty) Ltd ................................ (012) 460 2499 Nombeko Training Consultants cc.......... (031) 572 5229 Primeserv Corporate Solutions (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 789 9100 Professional Career Services (Pty) Ltd.... (011) 789 3337 Rural Metro Emergency Management Services (Pty) Ltd.................................. (033) 345 0080 South African ABET Development Agency....(015) 295 9670 Success Motivation Institute.................. (021) 448 1110 The Consultant Powerhouse (Pty) Ltd..... (011) 234 6127 The Diversity Institute (Pty) Ltd............... (011) 447 6010 Titan Trade Technologies Pty Ltd............ (012) 342 7967 Tjeka Training Matters (Pty) Ltd.............. (021) 976 8057 Torque Technical Computer Training (Pty) Ltd t/a Torque-IT SA....................... (011) 602 9000 Vukani-Ubuntu Community Development Projects...............................(012) 326 8534 Zanzele Training.................................... (021) 361 1840

Employment Agencies

ADA Recruitment cc.............................. (031) 207 6070 Adcorp Holdings Limited........................ (011) 244 5300 Affirmative Portfolios............................. (031) 566 6474 Afrizan Personnel (Pty) Ltd..................... (011) 884 8010 ALR Recruitment & Outsourcing Specialists (Pty) Ltd............................... (011) 794 7928 Altitude Workforce Solutions (Pty) Ltd..... (021) 761 5321 AOC Frontline Solutions Pty Ltd.............. (011) 706 9222 Ashika Deepchund & Associates cc t/a ADA Recruitment & HR Solutions............(031) 207 6070 Autenmas Placements cc...................... (011) 615 1156 Ayanda Mbanga Communications (Pty) Ltd....(011) 548 6006 Capacity Outsourcing a Division of Adcorp Fulfilment Services (Pty) Ltd........(011) 456 9600 Claire Bourquin Recruitment Consultants cc.(021) 421 2241

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Condere Investments 214 cc t/a Aim Labour Experts......................................(011) 281 2000 Cozens Manamela & Associates (Pty) Ltd...............................(011) 442 4503 DAV Professional Placement Group.........(011) 217 0000 Drake Personnel South Africa (Pty) Ltd....(011) 883 6800 Emmanuels Staffing Services, a division of Adcorp Staffing Solutions (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 384 4300 Fempower 単 a division of Workforce Group Holdings .....................................(011) 532 0000 Flexi Personnel (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 339 4515 G Lison Personnel cc t/a Contact Personnel..(021) 555 4289 Hab Personnel Services cc t/a HABPS Enterprises............................................(017) 648 5941 Isilumko Staffing Cape Town (Pty) Ltd......(021) 461 3609 Isilumko Staffing Johannesburg (Pty) Ltd.(011) 267 2920 Kelly Group Limited................................(011) 722 8000 Kelly, a division of the Kelly Group Ltd"....(011) 722 8780 Khetha Staffing Services (Pty) Ltd............(011) 326 2806 Knowledge Quest Consulting Services cc.(011) 329 9000 Landelahni Business Leaders (Pty) Ltd.....(086) 011 5995 Lumka and Associates (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 728 0277 Manpower SA (Pty) Ltd...........................(086) 144 2222 Mashalaba HR Services (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 447 5720 Masibambane Recruitment (Pty) Ltd........(021) 461 4920 Matlejoane Staffing Services cc..............(011) 442 0819 ME Personnel Consultants (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 616 6955 Mindcor (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 551 5500 Molobeng Mining Labor hire and Projects.. (014) 592 5474 Morvest Outsourcing Solutions (Pty) Ltd...(011) 231 1300 Ndawo Consulting (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 483 9900 Nicolene Di Bartolo Management Appointments (Pty) Ltd...........................(021) 466 8900 NT Ngidi Consulting (Pty) Ltd..................(031) 208 0505 Ntirho Business Consulting cc.................(086) 134 2230 Odgers Berndtson SA (Pty) Ltd ...............(021) 418 1516 Paton Personnel (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 325 5400 People for Africa Personnel (Pty) Ltd .......(021) 552 9993 Phumelela Business Consultants cc........(031) 201 7740 Premier Personnel - a division of Adcorp Staffing Solutions (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 550 5500 Premium Personnel cc t/a Premium Consulting............................(021) 592 0066/7 Primeserv Group Limited........................(011) 691 8000 Professional Assignments Group (PAG) - a Division of Kelly Group........................011) 269 8759 Professional Career Services (Pty) Ltd (PCS)..(011) 789 3337 Quest Staffing Solutions, a division of Adcorp Fulfilment Services (Pty) Ltd".......(011) 417 5931 Recruit IT Solutions CC...........................(011) 465 3360 Sakhisizwe Personnel (Pty) Ltd................(021) 421 6060 Staff Line Executive Recruitment (Pty) Ltd t/a Staff Line Ndizani Executive Recruitment...........................................(011) 468 3510 T&T Appointments (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 234 7622 The Workforce Holdings Limited..............(011) 532 0000 Tower Group (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 750 1900 Transman (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 628 8300 Umkhonto Labour Holdings (Pty) Ltd........(011) 025 7845 Zenzele Recruitment (Pty) Ltd ................(011) 460 6152

Environmental Control

Bembani Group (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 312 1480 Chand Environmental Consultants cc.......(021) 762 3050 Enviroserv Waste Management (Pty) Ltd..(011) 456 5660 Interwaste Holdings Limited....................(011) 792 9330 NCC Environmental Services (Pty) Ltd t/a The Nature Conservation Corporation ....... (021) 702 2884 Pikitup Johannesburg (Pty) Ltd t/a Pikitup.....(011) 712 5200 Tedcor (Pty) Ltd......................................(011) 463 0731 The New Reclamation Group (Pty) Ltd......(011) 880 6410

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Boikanyos Funeral Home cc....................(012) 251 0000

The Protea Coin Group (Pty) Ltd..............(012) 665 8000 Tracker Network (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 380 0300 Tulane Surveillance Systems cc..............(083) 238 9386 Wiseguards Security Services.................(011) 483 1296

Laundries & Cleaners

Professional Services

Zibi Environmental (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 656 9456

Funerals & Cemetries

First Garment Rental (Pty) Ltd................(011) 392 1095

Contract Cleaners & Hygiene Services

Bidserv (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 519 8430 Bidvest Steiner Hygiene (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 923 9490 Madiba Cleaning Services......................(083) 305 7061 Masana Hygiene Services cc..................(012) 663 4626 Mayile Trading cc...................................(035) 796 5188 Neledzi Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd..........(0861) 635 339 Prestige Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd........(011) 796 0000 Rentokil Initial (Pty) Ltd...........................(021) 670 4700 RoyalServe Cleaning (Pty) Ltd.................(010) 223 3600 Servest Hygiene - a division of Servest (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 608 1888 Sinako Facilities Management cc............(021) 421 4650 Sterikleen (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 699 8888 Supercare Services Group (Pty) Ltd - Supercare...........................................(011) 709 8100 Ubunye Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 805 3080 WKA Overhead Carpet Cleaning and General Workers cc................................(021) 933 0585

Security & Alarm Service

Advanced Corporate Security Systems (Pty) Ltd....(012) 548 488 Afri Guard (Pty) Ltd.................................(016) 365 5404 Africa Strategic Asset Protection cc.........(086) 100 2727 Aktronix................................................(082) 463 3030 Atlie Projects cc t/a Atlie Security............(011) 394 7382 Bantu Batho Group (Pty) Ltd....................(031) 201 6923 Bidvest Magnum Shield Security (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 555 4949 Chubb Securities SA (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 761 7000 Command Security Services SA (Pty) Ltd......(021) 511 5109 DigiCore Holdings Limited.......................(012) 450 2222 Elvey Security Technologies-a division of Hudaco Trading (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 401 6700 Enforce Security Services (Pty) Ltd..........(031) 573 7600 Fidelity Security Group (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 763 9000 Fieldline Projects & Security Services cc.. (082) 673 3053 G4S Secure Solutions (Pty) Ltd................(012) 431 3700 Group 6 Security Services (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 315 5656 Hlanganani Protection Services (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 309 7310 Kgori Security Services cc......................(011) 903 7606 Khayalami Security cc............................(011) 394 6883 Khumbulani and Sons Protection Services cc.(011) 331 6428 Kwazulu-Natal Security Services (Pty) Ltd.. (031) 201 4011 Marrow Alert Security Intelligence...........(021) 448 0777 Masakhane Security (Pty) Ltd..................(043) 743 0614 Mathomo Mayo Investment Holdings t/a Maximum Security............................(013) 265 1319 Monoceros Trading 135 cc t/a Metro Security Services...................................(041) 451 1314 Mutual Safe & Security Group (Pty) Ltd....(012) 803 6051 Nolitha (Pty) Ltd.....................................(021) 591 8183 Omega Risk Solutions (Pty) Ltd...............(012) 654 9690 Oppertune Trading 22 cc t/a Trident Guarding.(084) 684 6888 Radio Surveilance Security Services SA (Pty) Ltd..............................(031) 566 3934 Region Security cc t/a City Protection Services................................................(021) 591 5786 Reshebile Aviation & Protection Services.(011) 397 1020 Silvermoon Thirty Nine cc t/a Security SA.(021) 461 4441 Stallion Security (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 533 8888

A and R Contract Solutions cc.................(082) 657 5419 Akani Architecture cc.............................(011) 433 9682 Alpha Zulu Projects (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 674 7000 Ariya Project Managers (Pty) Ltd.............(021) 462 6047 Bham Tayob Khan Matunda Cape Town Incorporated.................................(021) 423 6160 Blueprint Architects (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 426 2622 Boogertman & Partners (Pty) Ltd-see note.(011) 790 1600 Bravura Equity Services (Pty) Ltd..................... (011) 459 5000 Brinkman Ndayi McAll cc........................(041) 585 2125 Container Conversions (Pty) Ltd..............(031) 769 1100 De-Tect Unit Inspection (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 453 4115 Development & Engineering Consultants (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 530 9700 Elemental Analytics (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 918 6994 Emba Properties cc t/a EMBA PM ..........(011) 442 0780 Fast Move Electrical cc...........................(011) 326 3069 Gauteng Talent Management Solutions (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 975 1586 Gavin Graham Investments cc t/a KGB Assessors...................................................(011) 432 0535 Global Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd..........(043) 721 1030 Global Spec (Pty) Ltd..............................(021) 510 5202 H Rohloff (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 704 2233 IRCA Coastal (Pty) Ltd............................(021) 914 6098 KMH Architects cc..................................(021) 423 4141 LDM Quantity Surveyors (DBN Incorporated).(031) 207 1340 Lowcoat cc............................................(013) 758 1759 Lungisa Switchgear & Transformers........(011) 626 1512 M R Price t/a Lite Line Electrical.............(021) 982 1232 Mahlati Liebetrau (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 883 5537 Metacom (Pty) Ltd..................................(021) 531 9900 Morvest Professional Services (Pty) Ltd...(011) 231 1300 MSJ Electrical cc...................................(021) 447 4429 NAP Designs cc.....................................(011) 467 9004 NCO Electrical cc...................................(031) 563 4202 Ngonyama Okpanum & Associates cc.....(043) 743 3888 Nonku Ntshona & Associates (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 803 2291 Outdoor Power cc..................................(021) 930 1363 Padero Investments cc t/a Electrical Projects.. (031) 564 1081 Phenomenal Projects cc t/a Phenomenal Archi-tacts.........................(012) 342 1428 Rendeals Four Consulting cc...................(011) 394 4358 SSI Engineers & Environmental Consultants (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 798 6000 TNS Research Surveys...........................(021) 657 9500 Total Water Solutions cc.........................(011) 024 9327 Umvoto Africa (Pty) Ltd...........................(021) 788 8031 X-pert Group (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 549 8600

Post, Parcel & Courier

Advance Office Supplies cc....................(021) 551 1002 Postnet Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd.............0860 767 8638 South African Post Office Limited (SAPO).(012) 401 7000

TERTIARY SEGMENT LISTING Cyclical Services Transport Airlines, Airports & Air Charter

Air Traffic and Navigation Services Company Ltd.........................................(011) 961 0100 Airports Company South Africa Limited (ACSA)..................................................(011) 723 1400

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SERVICES LISTING Cape Town International Airport...............(021) 937 1200 Comair Limited......................................(011) 921 0111 Emirates Airline (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 303 1951 Execujet South Africa.............................(011) 516 2300 Express Air Services (Pty) Ltd..................(021) 934 0810 Imperial Air Cargo (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 974 9485 K5 Transport Logistics (Pty) Ltd t/a K5 Aviation.(011) 827 2700 King Shaka International Airport..............(032) 436 6000 South African Airways.............................(011) 978 1000 South African Civil Aviation Authority........(011) 545 1000 SRS Aviation (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 794 6484

Car Hire

Amasondo Fleet Services (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 458 7555 Atlantic Car Hire cc................................(021) 934 4600 Avis Rent A Car (a division of Barloworld South Africa (Pty) Ltd) ............................(011) 923 3500 Budget Car and Van Rental a division of McCarthy Limited...................................(011) 398 0000 CMH Car Hire t/a First Car Rental............(031) 335 8400 Europcar South Africa.............................(011) 479 4000 Kwela Fleet Management cc...................(012) 440 4612 Phakisaworld Fleet Solutions (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 552 9000 Sakhumzi Car Rental (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 615 7376 Tempest Car Hire (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 552 3700 Unitrans Automotive (Pty) Ltd t/a Hertz Rent a Car.............................................(011) 677 4000

Rail, Road & Freight

ABC Direct Express cc............................(021) 951 5020 Access Freight International (Pty) Ltd.......(031) 451 9200 ACT World Wide Couriers (Pty) Ltd t/a ACT Logistics.........................................(021) 951 2009 Algoa Bus Company (Pty) Ltd..................(041) 404 1200 Berco Express (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 457 3000 Bidvest Panalpina..................................(011) 922 9600 Bigfoot Express Freight (Pty) Ltd..............(031) 700 8030 Bongani Rainmaker Logistics (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 452 3625 Buscor (Pty) Ltd.....................................(013) 753 6000 Cargo Carriers Limited...........................(011) 485 8700 Cargocare Freight Services (Pty) Ltd........(011) 822 4111 Chill Speed Transport cc t/a Moosa's Enterprises.....................................(021) 551 8487 Comcargo (Pty) Ltd.................................(021) 930 9160 Commuter Transport Engineering (Pty) Ltd.(021) 461 3064 Courierit SA (Pty) Ltd..............................(021) 555 6777 Crossroads Distribution (Pty) Ltd t/a Skynet Worldwide Express and Logistic Solutions.. (021) 912 6100 Dawn Wing (a division of DPD Laser Express Logistics (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 961 4700 DHL Global Forwarding SA (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 928 0400 DHL International (Pty) Ltd t/a DHL Worldwide Express.................................(011) 921 3600 Digicore Fleet Management SA (Pty) Ltd.. (012) 450 2222 Dynamic Express Services cc..................(041) 486 2575 Elliott International (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 256 3000 EWC Express SA (Pty) Ltd (Part of Imperial Logistics)..................................(011) 383 1500 Expeditors International (SA) (Pty) Ltd .....(011) 976 7000 Fleet Africa (Pty) Ltd...............................(011) 523 4300 Forward Air and Sea (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 392 5364 Freitan SA (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 396 9200 Globeflight Worldwide Express (SA) (Pty) Ltd.(011) 922 2600 Greyhound Coach Lines (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 249 8700 Hauliers Consortium (Pty) Ltd t/a Haulcon.. (011) 908 2350 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics (Pty) Ltd....(011) 928 7000 Heneways Freight Services (Pty) Ltd........(011) 879 5400 Imperial Logistics (a division of Imperial Group )..(011) 821 5500 Intercape Ferreira Mainliner (Pty) Ltd.......(021) 380 4444

Kintetsu World Express South Africa (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 573 5700 KN Tsepisa Logistics (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 552 3400 Lennings Rail Services (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 898 6800 Lukhanyo Transport & Logistics (Pty) Ltd.... (011) 492 3065 M3 Carriers cc.......................................(035) 751 1898 Mager Logistics cc.................................(021) 948 8013 Makhubu Logistics (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 330 6800 Manica Africa (Pty) Ltd ..........................(011) 417 5500 Mantralite (Pty) Ltd t/a Jabal Nur Freight.......(041) 453 3229 Mayibuye Transport Corporation (Pty) Ltd......(043) 745 2582 Megafreight Services (Pty) Ltd................(011) 971 1000 Micor (a division of Super Group Trading (Pty) Ltd)...................................(011) 928 3000 Ncwaba Logistics (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 979 3494 Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa ...(011) 773 1600 Postnet SA (Pty) Ltd - a Subsidiary of One Logix.............................................0860 767 8638 Putco Limited........................................(011) 802 4300 Ram Transport South Africa (Pty) Ltd t/a Ram Hand-to-Hand Couriers........(011) 977 5003 SA Roadlink Passenger Services (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 994 9000 Schenker South Africa (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 971 8400 Siyaduma Auto Ferriers (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 979 0216 South African Container Depot (Pty) Ltd ..(021) 812 7223 Star Inventions cc t/a Rainbow Logistics..(041) 486 2786 Supaswift (Pty) Ltd t/a Fedex..................(011) 923 8333 Super Group Limited..............................(011) 523 4000 TDA Road Freight cc..............................(031) 301 2820 The Courier & Freight Group (Pty) Ltd......(011) 961 3000 The Laser Transport Group (Pty) Ltd........(021) 505 9000 The RTT Group (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 552 1000 Thulihaul (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 421 9182 TNT Express Worldwide South Africa (Pty) Ltd................................................(011) 437 3300 Trans Africa Logistics - a division of Super Group Trading (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 255 0300 Transglobal Cargo (Pty) Ltd.....................(031) 566 9900 Transnet Limited....................................(011) 308 3000 Twala Global Cargo (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 565 2800 Unitrans Freight and Logistics a division of UnitransSupply Chain Management.........................................(011) 445 5000 Unitrans Passenger (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 249 8700 UTI SA (Pty) Ltd t/a UTI Sun Couriers.......(012) 673 2000 Value Group Limited...............................(011) 570 2000 Xinergistix Management Services (Pty) Ltd....(021) 981 2100

Shipping & Ports

Line Shipping SA (Pty) Ltd".....................(021) 421 4232 Atlas Marine Engineering (Pty) Ltd...........(021) 511 2828 Berry & Donaldson (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 464 8000 Bidfreight Port Operations (Pty) Ltd..........(031) 274 2400 Damen Shipyards Cape Town (Pty) Ltd....(021) 447 1714 DCD-Dorbyl Marine (Pty) Ltd...................(021) 486 2400 Dormac (Pty) Ltd....................................(031) 274 1500 Grindrod Tank Terminals.........................(031) 205 6226 J&D Ship Services cc.............................(021) 511 1889 King & Sons a division of Grindrod Ships Agencies (Pty) Ltd.........................(031) 301 0711 Kuehne & Nagel (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 574 7000 National Ports Authority .........................(011) 351 9001 Rennies Ships Agency (Pty) Ltd...............(031) 328 0401 SA Bulk Terminals (Pty) Ltd.....................(031) 327 5000 Safcor Freight (Pty) Ltd t/a Safcor Panalpina.. (011) 922 9600 Safmarine (Pty) Ltd .................................021 408 6911 Sebenza Forwarding & Shipping (Pty) Ltd......(011) 571 0600 Smit Amandla Marine (Pty) Ltd................(021) 507 5777 Southern African Shipyards (Pty) Ltd........(031) 274 1800 Sturrock Shipping (Pty) Ltd.....................(021) 405 8200

Thrutainers Intercontinental cc................(031) 460 4800 Toll Global Forwarding (SA) (Pty) Ltd........(011) 565 2600 Trade Ocean Shipping Services (Pty) Ltd.... (021) 417 3050 Transnet Port Terminals..........................(031) 308 8333 Voigt Shipping a division of Grindrod Ships Agencies (Pty) Ltd.........................(031) 207 1451

NON-CYCLICAL SERVICES Food & Drug Retailers

Busy Corner Meat Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd.... (021) 703 6444 Hoxies Food (Pty) Ltd..............................(012) 319 0100 Shoprite Holdings Limited.......................(021) 980 4000 Spar Group Limited................................(031) 719 1900 Sparkport Group Pharmacies..................(031) 308 0400

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES Fixed Line Telecom Services

Neotel (Pty) Ltd......................................(011) 585 0000 Telkom SA Ltd.......................................(012) 311 3911

Wireless Telecom Services

Afrihost (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 612 7200 Altech Alcom Radio Distributors (Pty) Ltd.(011) 807 7551 Altech Autopage Cellular (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 650 5111 Broadband Infraco (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 235 1600 Buongiorno South Africa (Pty) Ltd............(082) 232 7400 Cell C (Pty) Ltd.......................................(011) 324 4000 Ericsson South Africa (Pty) Ltd................(011) 844 2000 Fleetcall (Pty) Ltd...................................(012) 663 4440 MTN Group Limited................................(011) 912 3000 Multimatics (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 792 0036 Nashua Mobile (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 207 8000 Plessey (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 655 1700 Vodacom Group Ltd...............................(011) 653 5000

UTILITIES Power & Water Electricity Supply & Distribution

AB Technology Solutions cc....................(021) 794 6934 City Power Johannesburg (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 490 7000 EDI Holdings (Pty) Ltd.............................(012) 316 7700 Eskom Holdings Limited.........................(011) 800 8111 Iskhus Power (Pty) Ltd............................(011) 822 1112 Zaptronix Limited...................................(011) 238 2000

Water

Amatola Water Board.............................(043) 707 3700 Bloem Water..........................................(051) 430 0800 East Rand Water Care Company.............(011) 929 7000 Johannesburg Water..............................(011) 688 1400 Mhlathuze Water....................................(035) 902 1000 Rand Water...........................................(011) 682 0911 Sedibeng Water.....................................(056) 515 0200 Umgeni Water........................................(033) 341 1111 Working for Water..................................(021) 411 2700

Alternative Electricity

S & P Power Units (Pty) Ltd.....................(012) 335 5734 Suzlon Wind & Energy SA (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 784 7768

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The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) makes a valuable contribution to the socio-economic development and prosperity of the people of South Africa, by regulating the energy industry in accordance with government laws, policies, standards and international best practices in support of sustainable development. NERSA is a regulatory authority established as a juristic person in terms of Section 3 of the National Energy Regulator Act, 2004 (Act No. 40 of 2004). NERSA’s mandate is to regulate the electricity, pipedgas and petroleum pipelines industries in terms of the Electricity Regulation Act, 2006 (Act No. 4 of 2006), Gas Act, 2001 (Act No. 48 of 2001) and Petroleum Pipelines Act, 2003 (Act No. 60 of 2003). NERSA’s mandate is further derived from written government policies as well as regulations issued by the Minister of Energy. NERSA is expected to perform the necessary regulatory actions in anticipation of and/or in response to the changing circumstances in the energy industry. The Minister of Energy appoints Members of the Energy Regulator, comprising Part-Time (Non-Executive) and Full-Time (Executive) Regulator Members, including the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The Energy Regulator is supported by staff under the direction of the CEO.

Kulawula House, 526 Madiba (former Vermeulen) Street, Arcadia, 0083 | P O Box 40343, Arcadia, 0007 Tel: (012) 401 4600 | Fax: (012) 401 4700 Website: www.nersa.org.za E-mail: info@nersa.org.za

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Mrs Cecilia Khuzwayo, Chairperson

Ms Phindile Baleni (née Nzimande), CEO

Dr Rod Crompton, Full-Time Member: Petroleum Pipelines

Ms Khomotso Mthimunye, Part-Time Regulator Member

Mr Joe Lesejane, Deputy Chairperson

Mr Thembani Bukula, Full-Time Member: Electricity

Mr Oupa Komane, Part-Time Regulator Member

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SERVICES | TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES | FIXED-LINE TELECOM SERVICES | ADVERTORIAL

Turnkey Telecom Enabling the very means of human interaction and connection through seamless digital communication.

BONISWA CORPORATE SOLUTIONS

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riven by our vision, we aim above the ordinary to become the leading corporation that sets the standard in the industry by empowering our workforce today to become the leaders of tomorrow. Boniswa Corporate Solutions was founded in 2004 by entrepreneurial business woman Lynette Magasa who exudes passion, integrity and humility for her business and the industry. The name Boniswa embodies all that the organisations stands for and the key principles against which this uniquely successful company was founded. In essence, Boniswa means the vision encompasses the foresight of strategic intension that has underpinned the foundation of the company from its inception. We are a turnkey telecommunications company and our fundamental existence is enabling the very means of human interaction and connection via seamless digital communication. We take pride in developing a connection with our employees for the purpose of creating a bright future for them as well as us. The core company drivers and mission statement are embraced as the unfailing compass which guides and directs each staff member and as a by-product, 80% of the team who started with the company are still currently employed with Boniswa. Our strategic partnership with Poynting Direct stirred by an aim to design, manufacture and install the latest technology in base station (LTE and underground base station). Our recent project, Lampost Project & LTE base station has seen a very successful conclusion and we look

FAST FACTS (1). Founded in 2004 (2). Supported by the provisional facilities from major S.A Banking Institutions (3). 3 International branches in Mozambique and Zambia (4). 2012 SMME Top Woman finalist and Business Woman of the year (5). Highly experieced staff (6). 2013 Top Empowered Company (7). ISO accredited and level 1 BEE contributor

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Boniswa means the vision encompasses the foresight of strategic intension. This has underpinned the company since its inception.â&#x20AC;?

forward to conclude many projects moving forward. Boniswa is committed to sustainability and operating the organisation in a manner that is respectful of the environment. Boniswa has been awarded and successfully retained ISO 9001, 14 000 and 18 000 accreditation by Moody International.

Lynette Magasa Chief Executive Officer Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 312 2100 Fax: +27 (0) 11 805 6995 Email: lyne@boniswa.co.za

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SERVICES | CYCLICIAL SERVICES | GENERAL RETAILERS | RETAILERS – SOFT GOODS | CORPORATE PROFILE

FAST FACTS

The Kit Group is South Africa’s leading service provider and supplier of uniforms and work wear solutions. It provides a service to all sectors and industries, specialising in turnkey solutions and their management. It offers a one-stop solution for all accessories and clothing requirements, needed for the optimal effectiveness of a workforce. The Kit Group has over 45 years experience in the uniform and work wear sector and has become the trusted partner and supplier to many of South Africa’s leading firms across all industries. As industry leaders we have developed our own brands to provide an unparalleled service offering. These are Law Pro (specialised security wear you can trust), Tank (tough, durable and dependable premium work wear), Work (affordable work wear that works), Michael St John (corporate clothing of distinction) and Impact Gear (make an impact). The group also manages it’s client’s needs and usage through its own industry developed software program which allows all role players, including management and staff, to control budgets, procurement expenses and allocations remotely. The company’s vision is to remain a preferred service provider of choice and to be recognised as Africa’s leading uniform solutions specialist. The Kit Group’s mission is to continually understand the needs of our clients and to keep them secure in the knowledge that the company can and will fulfill their needs. We provide an unparalleled service offering within the industry that will lead to further growth for the company and an even better experience for our clients..

(1). 45 years of collective experience in the sector (2). Has 380 employees operating out of 9 branches (3). Opening new branches in Durban, Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Vaal Triangle, DRC, Zambia and Tanzania (4). Holds close to 60% of the market share and a customer base of over 4 000 clients

EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 3

Procurement Level

110%

BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHTING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:

Ownership

STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: 1999 through the amalgamation of Security Kit & Alexandra Workwear (45 years collective experience) Founding members: JEF Pereira and MS Katz Number of employees: 380 Location of branches: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Rustenburg, Polokwane, Nelspruit, Cape Town, Durban, Modderfontein, Sasolburg, Hammanskraal, Rosslyn, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia and Angola. Strategic partnerships: SASFIN Capital/ Southern Palace BEE partner: Southern Palace BUSINESS & FINANCE Financial year-end: February Approximate market share: Up to 60% dependent on sector and/or region Holding company: The Kit Group Holdings

Bank: Absa Accountants: BDO Current customer base: +/- 4000 Major accounts / key clients: (Undisclosed – Available on request) NATURE OF BUSINESS Activity: The Kit Group has over 45 years experience in the uniform and work wear sectors and has become the trusted partner and supplier to many of Africa’s leading firms across all industries. It also offers turnkey solutions. Products/services offered: Products include security wear, work wear, protective wear, corporate wear and associated accessories for all sectors. CONTRACTS & AWARDS ISO rating: ISO 9001 Industrial standards and awards achieved: Top Performing Company since 2004 and Top Empowerment Company since 2006.

Employment Equity

9

10

12.41

Skills Development

0

15 15

Preferential Procurement

15.52

20

Enterprise Development

15

15

5

5

Socio-Economic Development

75.93

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Black Ownership: 27.07% Black Women Ownership: 16.93% Rating date: 27 Aug 2012 Verified by: INGCAZI RATINGS

CONTACT INFORMATION Chairman: Sello Mahlangu CEO: Joe Pereira CFO: Ingo Gevers Operations Director: Keith Hill Non-Executive Directors: Lucas Tseki Sales & Marketing Executive: Charl Cilliers Physical address: Corner Kruger & Market Street, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg, 2094 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 538 0000 Fax: +27 (0) 11 538 0073/4/5 Email address: enquiries@kitgroup.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Guess who? â&#x20AC;Śpromotes productivity in south Africa and is shaping the future of competitive business.

integrate local and global markets making for world class business. We have helped thousands of South African companies and people to be more productive even in declining world economies. For over 40 years we have been at the frontier of South African business, today through our *programmes: work Place Challenge, Turnaround solutions and Productivity organisational solutions, we continually improve todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s living standards and inspire a more competitive nation. *All programmes are subsidised

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FAST FACTS

Just over 40 years ago, mankind's dogged determination to evolve, improve its wellbeing and quench its thirst for knowledge saw the first human being land on the moon. What at some stage seemed improbable became a reality beyond the belief of many. It was during this period which signified mankind ‘s tenacity that in South Africa the National Productivity Institute (NPI) was formed. Although not an organisation dabbling in the space sciences, the then NPI (now known as Productivity SA) was borne out of the same driving desire to reach new heights and traverse hitherto unexplored productivity vistas. Productivity SA is a Schedule 3A Public Entity and its governance board comprises of representatives from labour, government and business. Productivity SA's mandate is primarily to enhance the productive capacity of South Africa by meeting the following objectives: Promote a culture of productivity in workplaces; Develop relevant productivity competencies; Facilitate and evaluate productivity improvement and competitiveness in workplaces; Maintain a database of productivity and competitiveness systems and publicising these systems; Undertake productivity-related research; Support initiatives aimed at preventing job losses. Our vision is to lead and inspire a competitive and productive South Africa. And our mission is to improve productivity by advising, implementing, monitoring and evaluating solutions aimed at improving South Africa’s competitiveness. Our core organisational values are: Service excellence through the implementation of relevant solutions; Market leadership through creative and innovative solutions; Working together as a team to achieve common goals; Partner with stakeholders pursuing solutions to South Africa’s productivity challenge; Honesty, integrity and professionalism are the cornerstone of all our actions.

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: 1969 and in 2007 rebranded to Productivity SA Number of employees: 102 Memberships: PAPA (Pan African Productivity Association) Strategic partnerships: SEDA (Small Enterprise Development Agendy), SANACO (South African National Apex Co-operatives), ILO (International Labour Organisation), SASSeta (South African Security Seta), Economic development departments – national and local, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Proudly South African, IDC (Industrial Development Corporation), APO (Asian Productivity Organisation).

BUSINESS & FINANCE Financial year-end: March Bank: Nedbank Accountants: Nexia SAB&T

(1). Tripartite organisation made up of Government, Labour and Business (2). Government subsidised programmes to assist public and private sector and labour (3). The only official productivity organisation in South Africa (4). Turnaround solutions has saved over 160 000 jobs since inception (5). Saved more than 450 companies from closing (6). SMME– Development and Training (7). Value Chain Competitiveness and Workplace challenge

CONTACT INFORMATION CEO: Bongani Coka Chief Financial Officer: Bheki Dlamini Executive Manager: Marketing & Communications: Rebecca Phalatse Executive Manager: Human Resources: Tracey Wereley Executive Manager: Productivity Organisational Solutions: Lalane Janse van Rensburg Executive Manager: Value Chain Competitiveness: Sello Mosai Executive Manager: Turnaround Solutions: Mudzunga Mashamba Regional Manager Western Cape: Albert Brink Acting Regional Manager KwaZulu-Natal: Amelia Naidoo Gauteng: International Business Gateway, Cnr New and Sixth Road Midrand Tel: + 27 (0) 11 848 5300 Fax: + 27 (0) 11 848 5555 Cape Town: 2nd Floor, Bloemhof Building, 112 Edward Street Cnr Bloemhof and Edwards Street BELLVILLE Tel: + 27 (0) 21 910 1591 Fax: + 27 (0) 21 910 1574 E-mail: info_cape@productivitysa.co.za Durban: Suite 201, Cowey Park, 91-123 Cowey Road Essenwood, 4000 Tel: + 27 (0) 31 268 9770 Fax: + 27 (0) 31 268 9777 E-mail: info_durban@productivitysa.co.za www.productivitysa.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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KAYA FM The market trends now move towards a digital reality, where people interact and drive real-time communication and businesses, thus need to adjust their strategy. KAYA FM reflects the lives of the predominantly black, urban listener between the ages 25 – 49 living in Gauteng. The station broadcasts both music and talk. KAYA FM 95.9 broadcasts in English on the FM frequency signal 95 (Dot) 9, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The current listenership stands at 561,000 per average day and 1,353,000 per average 7 days. The music format offers a diverse and soulful mix of adult contemporary music to smoother sounds like R&B, World Music and Soul and Jazz. What do you see as key challenges facing businesses in 2013? The major challenges facing KAYA FM is keeping up with the changes in the market and listeners’ behavior. We are a radio station and need to make sure that we are evolving with the digital age of innovation.

Name Greg Maloka Position Managing Director First job Assistant to a Book Curator Best business book read this year Psychology of Price by Leigh Caldwell Fitness goal A Healthy Mind & Heart to achieve all personal and business goals Business Philosophy Love & Respect. This philosophy spreads across for self, colleagues, business and the environment

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What are the key market trends you see emerging to drive the next decade? In this modern age, innovation and technology aims at simplifying the manner in which we communicate. The market trends now move towards a digital reality where people interact and drive real-time communication and businesses thus need to adjust their strategy from a lateral form of interaction to an ubiquitous service that is readily available when and where customers need it. There is a new mantra that Africa is the next big thing. What is your position on doing business in Africa? In order for KAYA FM to do business in Africa, it needs to be inclusive. For Africa Day, KAYA FM linked up with radio stations across the continent to find out about the latest trends in each country and explored all the good that is coming from innovative and digitally savvy Africans. This is a good example of how we can move into Africa and have a mutually beneficial return for all.

Is the drive to sustainability changing the way you do business? Sustainability has become vital in business development and should encompass infrastructure, employees, customers, market-share and company processes and procedures. I am privileged to be a leader in a young, independent country. This element is important as it allows me to change the thinking around business and South Africa and be the change I want to see. I can now ensure that KAYA FM encases a sustainable culture that is mutual beneficial for the business’ future and society in general. How important is social media to your organization and how have you integrated it into your strategy? Social media has become an integral part of business operations and this is no different for KAYA FM. Social media opens new avenues for our radio station that allows us to interact with our audience in the comfort of their own time and wherever they are. It enables a cyber conversation that is not restricted by time, place or individuals. What areas do you hope to improve? We would like to integrate technology and innovation more effectively and actively partake in digital communication in order for KAYA FM to take full advantage of this modern society. This will further extend our audience reach, spectrum of communication and offerings in terms of advertising for our clients. Where will you be in 10 years time? 10 Years is a big leap but we would like to continue being more than just a radio station. Where listeners see us as their information and conversation platform – we want to be at the forefront of innovation for the radio industry – leading the way in a digital age.

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SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | SECURITIES AND ALARMS | CORPORATE PROFILE

FAST FACTS

Securitas is a knowledge leader in security, focusing on providing security solutions to fit each customer's needs in 52 countries in North America, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Asia and Africa. Securitas is making a difference in the South African market by offering one-stop valueadded security solutions, combining specialised manpower and technology. We believe in a smaller, more focused and specialised manpower force, backed by the latest technology. This brings increased quality and cost-effectiveness to our clients. Our goal is to become a long-term, strategic partner for security with each client organisation. We begin by working with clients to objectively assess their existing security programmes and determine if changes are necessary, to better serve their security needs and business objectives. At Securitas we believe that “Value for Money” and Quality of Service” are the two most important things our customers look for and we aim to deliver both. Securitas' three fundamental values are: Integrity, Vigilance and Helpfulness. They serve as guidance for all of our employees in building trust with customers, colleagues and the surrounding community.

(1). Founded in 2009 (2). Doubled annually over the last 4 years, with numerous global and local corporations entrusting us in their Security (3). Five branches, 3500 Employees (4). Offers one-stop value adding security solutions, combining specialised manpower and technology (5). New products: Off Site Video Monitoring and Security Systems

CONTRACTS & AWARDS

Environmental health & safety standards: Health and Safety Compliant Recent awards: Impumelelo South Africas Top Empowerment Companies 2011 / 2012 and Top Rising Performer Award

EMPOWERMENT STATUS

BEE Certificate Level: 3 - 115% recognition Verified by: EMPOWERDEX

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year Founded: 2009 Founding members: Securitas SA Holdings Employees: 3500 Branches: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth Trade affiliations: Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry and PSIRA. Memberships: SASA – Security Association of South Africa, SAIDSA – South African Intruder Detection Services, SIA – Security Industry Alliance, SANSEA – South African National Security Employment Association, SAPOA – South African Property Owners Association, and BUSA – Business Unity South Africa Black Empowerment Forum. BUSINESS & FINANCE Bank: ABSA, Nedbank, Standard Bank, and First National Bank. Auditors: Grant Thornton Foreign listing & date: Swedish Stock Exchange, Stockholm - 1991. Key clients: Growthpoint, ABB, Caterpiller, AVI, Murray & Roberts, UCW, Estee Lauder, Johnson Controls, Hewlett Packard, University of the Western Cape,

Cape Town University of Technology, Old Mutual, and the City of Cape Town. NATURE OF BUSINESS Activity: Security Services Products/services offered: Risk analysis, Security systems, Alarm monitoring, Specialised guarding, Consulting and forensic, Off site video monitoring, Business continuity planning, Alarm response and patrolling, Applicant processing and vetting. TRAINING & CSI Training programmes: In House training school with a computer training facility, Management Development Programmes, and Specialised Segment Security Programme. Empowerment initiatives: Advanced Development Programme and Skill Development / Learnerships. CSI initiatives: Securitas is involved with local communities and SAPS.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Securitas South Africa Country President: Loic Potjes Executive Director: Louis Mkhethoni Group Financial Director: Theola Lambert Human Resources Executive: Monia Castro Divisional Manager Corporate: Johan Myburgh Divisional Manager Residential: Wendy Janse Van Rensburg Divisional Manager - Western Cape: Mark Sangster Head Office Physical address: 15a 4th Street, Wynberg, Johannesburg, 2076 Postal address: Postnet Suite 529, Private Bag X1, Melrose Arch, 2076 Head Office Telephone: +27 (0) 11 786 0172 Durban: +27 (0) 31 830 5175 Cape Town: +27 (0) 21 762 3813 Fax: +27 (0) 86 560 6505 Email: marketing@securitas-rsa.co.za Website: www.securitas-rsa.co.za

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The art of reward supported by the science of research

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experience client focus transparency value for money audited salary survey reputation & confidentiality easily implemented solutions professionalism & best practice proven electronic & web-based products servicing Southern African countries invested in development Providing a full spectrum of Reward and Remuneration services including training in all aspects of Reward +27 11 447 0306 www.21century.co.za

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SUPPORT SERVICES | BUSINESS SUPPORT | CORPORATE PROFILE

FAST FACTS

21st Century Pay Solutions Group is one of the leading remuneration consultancies in Southern Africa. The firm is black empowered and specialises in the design and implementation of world-class human capital and reward solutions and achieves this through an integrated consulting process supported by electronic products. The company is highly focussed on its core business and has unparalleled experience in the latest reward trends. As a result, its output driven thought leadership solutions are innovative, current and relevant. It prides itself on delivering comprehensive, pragmatic and easily administered solutions, which result in ‘best in class’ performance. From a shareholder perspective, Mayikana Consulting, a respected and reputable 100 percent black-owned consulting company is a 30 percent shareholder with whom 21st Century has successfully partnered over the past eight years. 21st Century does pro-bono consulting work for various charity and NGO organisations like the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the Steve Biko Foundation and LoveLife. All black economic empowerment (BEE) initiatives within the group are geared towards creating a sustainable economic climate that promotes and encourages the creation of wealth through established, sustainable and successful business models. 21st Century focuses on the following key components of Broad-based BEE: preferential procurement; socio-economic development; and enterprise and skills development to allow designated groups greater and sustainable access to the economy.

(1). Hands-on experience in a full range of industries and organisation types (2). Presence in over 15 African regions (3). Audited and Validated Salary Survey (4). Largest remuneration database and client base (5). 17 years experience

EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 4

Procurement Level

100%

BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHTING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:

Ownership

17.00

20

3.23

10

Employment Equity

10.27

15

Skills Development

0.43

15

Preferential Procurement

15.56

20

Enterprise Development

15

15

5

5

Management Control

Socio-Economic Development

TOTAL

21st Century is a Value Adding Company Black Ownership: 30%

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: 1996 Founding members: Chris Blair (CEO) and Dr Mark Bussin (Chairman) Employees: 70 Branches: Two – Johannesburg and Pretoria (RSA) Trade affiliations: South African Board for People Practices (SABPP), South African Reward Association (SARA), Institute for People Management (IPM) and Human Capital Institute Africa (HCI Africa) Memberships: WorldatWork and SHRM Strategic Partnerships: Bytes Technology Group, Mayikana Consulting, NMG Benefits, Sage VIP and Woodburn Mann Executive Search, Rempacific (reward advisory arm for Miller & Cambridge) BEE partner: Mayikana Consulting

BUSINESS & FINANCE Financial year end: February Bank: Standard Bank Accountants: Murray & Chamberlain Current customer base: 1750 CONTRACTS & AWARDS Major contracts: Presidential Review Commission (PRC), Standard Bank, SITA, MTN, Momentum and Mutual & Federal. NATURE OF BUSINESS 21st Century are remuneration specialists and consult to companies across the Southern African economy on all aspects of reward, including job evaluation, job profiling, performance management, incentives and salary surveys.

Rating date: 31/01/2013

Verified by: BEE ONLINE

CONTACT INFORMATION Chairman: Dr Mark Bussin CEO: Chris Blair Directors: Craig Raath, Dumi Khanyile, Ian McGorian, Mbulelo Mayikana, Morag Phillips Physical Address: 12 Bolton Road, Rosebank 2196 Postal Address: PO Box 973, Saxonwold 2132 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 447 0306 Fax: +27 (0) 11 788 1832 Email: info@21century.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Our experience includes facilitating stakeholder engagements across 12 mining operations and over 150 local communities and Our experience includes facilitating stakeholder engagements Through customised and integrated B-BBEE strategies we are villages Africa. acrossin12South mining operations and over 150 local communities and

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SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES | CORPORATE PROFILE

FAST FACTS

At Centre for Supplier Development we assist established corporations to promote, facilitate, support and deliver enterprise and supplier development solutions across all sectors of the economy in South Africa.

(1). Facilitated the development of databases of local community enterprises and skills across 11 mining operations and 4 provinces in South Africa (2). 30 local community enterprises undergoing SMME development and coaching (3). Reviewed and facilitated several joint ventures between suppliers and local community enterprises (4). Provided learnerships to 25 unemployed graduates over the last 3 years

Our solutions are designed for the private and public sector. Our clients have realised that we are proficient in understanding their compliance and regulatory challenges. We are decidedly better prepared to execute and implement workable solutions that are not only aligned with strategic objectives but also deliver measurable results. We add value to our clients by promoting local content and facilitating local procurement. We have designed innovative approaches and solutions to develop databases of local community enterprises and collation of supporting documentation to enable easier classification and grading of enterprises across various market segments and service categories.

EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 3

Procurement Level

110%

Centre for Supplier Development is a Value Adding Supplier Black Ownership: 100% Verified by: NERA

We offer the following products and services: • Ethnographic Socio-economic Development Research and Profiling • Integrated B-BBEE Strategy • ED/SD Strategy and Programme Development • Corporate Strategy • Standards and Processes • Policies and Procedures • Strategy/Programme Implementation • Workshop Facilitation • Seminars

“We are decidedly better prepared to execute and implement workable solutions that deliver measurable results.”

• Capacity Building • Supplier Development Tools and Templates: Proprietary or customised tools and templates to facilitate the adoption and implementation of supplier development by corporate entities.

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: 2008 Founding members: Molebatsi Moagi Number of employees: 12 Number and location of branches: Three Strategic partnerships: Monash Africa Centre, Westcol, Petanque Business Solutions, Euphoria Software, and Da Vinci Institute.

BUSINESS & FINANCE Bank: FNB Accountants: Phillip Shifren Chartered Accountants. Current customer base: Gold Fields and Rio Tinto. Major accounts / key clients: AngloGold Ashanti, and TSB Sugar.

CONTACT INFORMATION MD: Molebatsi Moagi Marketing & Communications Manager: Lesego Moagi Physical address: 8 Van Deventer Avenue, Edenglen, 1609 Postal address: PO Box 3005, Bedfordview, 2008 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 453 4235 Fax: +27 (0) 86 234 9843 Email address: info@supplierdevelopment.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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COMPANY INTERVIEW | SUPPORT SERVICES | TRANSPORT | RAIL, ROAD & FREIGHT

SG Tsogo Empowerment Trust Super Group launches a Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Scheme that aims at driving positive change through employee ownership. What is the SG Tsogo Empowerment Trust? The SG Tsogo Empowerment Trust is a Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) scheme between Super Group Holdings (the South African operations of Super Group) and its qualifying South African black employees. The result is that the South African black employees of Super Group now own an effective 10.04% of the South African operations of Super Group, enabling the group to maintain its level 3 B-BBEE status. The Participants of the SG Tsogo Empowerment Trust are the full-time black employees of Super Group Holdings of which there were about 3,400 at the date of scheme’s approval by shareholders (1 October 2012).

Name Colin Brown Position Chief Financial Officer, Super Group Limited Qualifications CA(SA) Bachelor of Accounting Science (Honours), Master in Business Leadership (Unisa) 3 Steps to Success 1. Work hard and acquire the necessary skills 2. Focus on your objectives 3. Respect and encourage those around you Best business decision taken Simplifying structures and processes to allow for flexibility and responsiveness Worst business decision taken Allowing losses to run away instead of stopping them early

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Why a broad-based employee ownership scheme? Super Group believes that Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment is a key requirement for the promotion of sustainable economic growth and social development in South Africa. Ownership is a critical element in the South African Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (B-BBEE) and related Codes. Achieving black ownership in the South African operations could have been achieved through a number of different structures, but the board of Super Group preferred to structure the ownership as a broad-based employee scheme, as it empowers a larger group of individuals who can have a positive impact on Super Group. Super Group underwent some restructuring in order to enter into this 10-year B-BBEE transaction, tell us about that. In order to achieve its empowerment goal, Super Group had to restructure its business operations so that the South African operations are held under a single South African holding company and the international operations by an off-shore holding company.

Who is the team leading this new venture? The board of directors of Super Group Holdings was responsible for the launch of the SG Tsogo Empowerment Trust. Directors include: • Dr Enos Banda – An independent non executive director of Super Group and Chairman of Super Group Holdings, • Peter Mountford – Chief Executive Officer of Super Group, • Colin Brown – Chief Financial Officer of Super Group, • Kamogelo Mmutlana – Chief Executive Officer of FleetAfrica, • Jacobeth Matlakala – Executive Director of Super Group Holdings. Who are the Trustees? The SG Tsogo Empowerment Trust is governed by a board of trustees. There are three founding trustees that will be replaced by four trustees, of which two are elected by the participants, one by Super Group, and one independent trustee. Trustees are elected for a five year period. What is the intrinsic value in this approach for the company and its shareholders? Super Group supports the government’s efforts to improve equality in the workplace through Black Economic Empowerment and decided to share a portion of its shareholding with its black employees. By sharing the benefits when the group performs, employees are incentivised as they will have a vested interest in improving the financial performance of the group. The rationale for implementing the B-BBEE Scheme is thus for the B-BBEE employees to benefit from the growth and future performance of the South African operations. For shareholders to retain value in their investment it is important that the Group maintains its Level 3 B-BBEE rating (under the current codes) in order to remain competitive in the market.

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SUPPORT SERVICES | TRANSPORT | RAIL, ROAD & FREIGHT | CORPORATE PROFILE

FAST FACTS

Super Group is a leading transport logistics and mobility group providing end-to-end supply chain solutions, fleet management and dealership services to a diversified global customer base. Super Group comprises of supply chain and “mobility” businesses focused on offering a comprehensive range of services, utilising world-class skills and technology and providing state of-the-art infrastructure. The Supply Chain division delivers an end-to-end supply chain solution to its customers through the integration of multiple underlying business units. Services include supply chain optimisation, consulting, technology, procurement, third party distribution, transport, warehousing, inbound and outbound freight forwarding, customs clearing, import and export consolidation, bulk material handling, international airfreight services and bonded cross-border transport. Unique logistical assets such as the Super Park distribution hub and Supply Chain South Africa’s world-class technology solutions allow the division to drive efficiencies for clients within a multi-discipline, multi-modal environment The strategic vision for Super Group is to provide end-to-end supply chain solutions, fleet management and dealership services to a diversified customer base in Africa, Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand and to become a leading transport logistics and mobility group in the countries in which it operates. Super Group successfully implemented a staff empowerment Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) scheme for the South African Operations in October 2012, retaining its Level 3 B-BBEE rating. Super Group currently employs over 5 500 people worldwide and has been recognised with numerous B-BBEE awards including the Oliver Empowerment Award and the Financial Mail “Top Empowerment Companies” award.

COMPANY INFORMATION STATISTICS/ DEMOGRAPHICS/ HISTORY Year founded: 1986 Employees: 9100 Branches: National footprint (main operations run from Super Park – a Centralised Distribution Centre located off Barbara Road, Isando, Gauteng). Trade affiliations: Road Freight Association (RFA), Road Transport Management System (RTMS) Memberships: The Association for Operations Management of Southern Africa (SAPICS), Consumer Goods Council of South Africa (CGCSA), Chartered institute of Logistics and Transport SA (CILTSA), Motor Industry Bargaining Council. BUSINESS & FINANCE Turnover: R10.2 billion (2012) Operating profit: R930 million (2012) Net profit: R847 million (2012) Financial year-end: June Operating Subsidiaries: Super Group Trading (Pty) Ltd, Super Group Africa (Pty) Ltd, Digistics (Pty) Ltd, Bluefin Investments (Pty) Ltd, SG Fleet Holdings Pty Ltd.

Holding company: Super Group Limited Bank: First National Bank Accountants: KPMG Inc. JSE listing and date: 1996 Major accounts: AVI, City of Tshwane, Honda, Goodyear, Mercedes-Benz, Mondi, Premier Foods, Sasol, Sandvik, Scania, Smith & Nephew, Total, UD Trucks. CONTRACTS & AWARDS Industry awards: Enterprise Development Award (EES-SIYAKHA/ BEESA Group), Logistics Achiever Award, Mondi Supplier of the Year, Oliver Empowerment Award, Financial Mail “Top Empowerment Companies” Award. Acquisitions: Digistics - Super Group recently acquired a controlling shareholding in Digistics, a food procurement business and significant player in leading multi-temperature distribution operations in SA. Recent contracts: Alfred Nzo District Municipality, City of Polokwane, Transnet, Vukani Group, Waste Plan.

(1). The Supply Chain division operates out of Super Park in Isando (2). Super Group implemented its employee B-BBEE share ownership scheme for its South African operations on 1 October 2012 (3). Super Group recently acquired a controlling shareholding in Digistics (4). Super Group recently aquired 75% of Safika Oosthuizens

EMPOWERMENT STATUS BEE SCORECARD Overall BEE Status

Level 3

Procurement Level

110%

BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHTING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:

Ownership

16.89

20

Management Control

11

10

Employment Equity

7.58

15

Skills Development

8.11

15

Preferential Procurement

15.44

20

Enterprise Development

15

15

Socio-Economic Development

5

5

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Super Group is a Value Adding Company Black Ownership: 20.26% Black Women Ownership: 1.38% Rating date: 12/11/2012

CONTACT INFORMATION CEO: Peter Mountford Chief Financial Officer: Colin Brown Chief Marketing Officer: Jeff van Driel Physical address: 27 Impala Road, Chislehurston, Sandton Postal address: Private Bag X9973, Sandton, 2146 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 523 4000 Fax: +27 (0) 11 523 4860 Email: marketing@supergrp.com With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Brokering Human Capital The amount of learning I’ve done has lent itself to a dynamic work environment where each job has proved to be a stepping stone in our growth and there’s no accounting for the wisdom of trial and error.

Name Debbie Lieberthal Position Founder and Managing Director, Umkhonto Labour Holdings Best decision Starting Umkhonto Labour Holdings Worst decision Believing that everyone has the same business ethics as I do Who I admire Anyone that shows their true potential and adds value Three Steps to Success 1. Enjoy what you are doing 2. Be open to continuous learning 3. Dedication and transparency What gets you up? The challenges and excitement each day brings. No two days or two hours are the same Best advice given? A proper workflow process leads to more efficient workers My business philosophy “Keep it real”

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Why and how was Umkhonto started? In 2006 I realised that there was a real need for some kind of up-skilling of our workforce, especially within the mining sector. Artisans are often perceived as unmarketable, but that’s not true. I realised there was a gap to change this perception, and to influence training and up-skilling within this sector. I began to fill that gap by supplying businesses with relevantly trained staff. That has now morphed into a better understanding that Human Capital Development (HCD) is actually a critical business activity. We have now expanded our service offering to include every aspect of what HCD means within a South African business environment.

often exposed to massive risks when having to deal with employees and/or experienced trade unions.

What services do Umkhonto offer? 1. Transformational Human Capital – In order to enhance the success of the organisation, our primary role is to as sist in identifying the Human Capital needs, develop action plans and facilitate change. 2. Transactional Human Capital – This refers to how people are managed within an organisation. The field has moved from a traditionally administrative function to a strategic one that recognises the link between the employees and the organisation’s success. 3. Recruitment and Selection – we provide organisations with a complete recruitment function that not only allows the organisations to gain competitive advantage but enables them to draw pertinent information from the company’s Human Capital Management, Employee Relations and Training divisions. 4. Staffing Solutions – we best match potential candidates with the exact requirements of an organisation. 5. Employee Relations ( also known as Industrial or Labour Relations) – with out specialised assistance, employers are

What’s Umkhonto’s Human Capital Retention Strategy? My philosophy and management style is based on an open-door policy. We obviously place a lot of importance on up-skilling our team simply because of the nature of our business and client’s needs and expectations. We are equally empathetic to our staff’s changing needs and circumstances and this creates employee loyalty. I’ve also found that retention is far less about remuneration and, surprisingly, more about other aspects of rewarding your team for a job well done.

Innovation is often overlooked, much to the detriment of businesses surviving in the downturns. How have you used innovation in your business? Well, innovation is critical for survival in a competitive business environment. For Umkhonto, innovation has helped redefine our service offerings. We began as a labour brokerage and evolved to offer a full bouquet of Human Capital, Employee Relations, Recruitment and Selection, Staffing Solutions and Training Services. This was due to the constant changes in the environment.

What are you excited about this year? We are excited about growing the business through our expansion into Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as being able to make a genuine contribution to people’s lives. What does the business still need in order to improve and grow more? We need better and more efficient cooperation from our external stakeholders. The government needs to streamline the process of doing business. The red tape and onerous administration simply cripples the process to access anything from a government department.

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SUPPORT SERVICES | BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES | PERSONALITY PROFILE

“A CEO needs to be more proactive. Retention is often less about remuneration and more about recognizing a job well done.”

What’s your five-year plan? The concept of “Human Capital” is what underpins what our priorities have been, and will be so going forward. With this in mind, our expansion into the rest of Africa is part of the next phase of Umkhonto. Our goal is to act as process engineers whereby we can couple our expertise with the HR practices, policies and procedures that are governed by the respective country. In addition, we want to create employment opportunities, up-skill, educate and improve working relationships within organisations as well as ensure they are policy compliant. In hindsight, what advice would you give yourself for when you first started the business? None! Everything that I’ve experienced over the past six years has shaped me and Umkhonto. The amount of learning I’ve done has lent itself to a dynamic work environment where each job has proved to be a stepping stone in our growth. There’s no accounting for the wisdom of trial and error. SA BUSINESS LANDSCAPE What are the biggest challenges facing business today? 1. Culture – employees understanding the organisational culture and being able to adapt. 2. Retention – within various sectors, workers are fast pricing themselves out of the market. 3. Lack of education – the building blocks for an employable and skilled workforce. What is your advice to the CEO of the future? Any CEO needs to ask and answer the following critical questions: 1. Are we complying with the rules laid out by the Department of Labour and BCEA? 2. Are my staff adequately trained for the jobs they’re currently expected to do? If not, how can we upskill them? It’s a huge problem when the CEO is solely reliant on the team about what’s happening in the business. This needs to change and the CEO of the future needs to be far more aware and proactive regarding what’s happening on the shop floor.

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ambili Document Solutions as it exists today was established in October 2000. Originally, the company formed part of Xerox, being formed as one of the organisation’s black economic empowerment initiatives. As the company flourished, it was realised that there was an opportunity to take the company to a higher level. This led to Pambili Document Solutions, Chief Executive Officer, Mike Chonco buying the business from Xerox and it’s becoming an authorized Xerox Concessionaire. Since its inception, Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd has shown sustainable annual growth and will continue do so for years to come. An Impressive Beginning Today, the company is 100% blackowned and is upfront regarding its equity ownership. Pambili Document Solutions enjoys a black-owned rating from Empowerdex and features in Impumelelo, a publication that features South Africa’s top empowered companies. Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd provides all Xerox products and services and concentrates on those markets where it’s influence and experience are maximised. It is an approach that clearly meets with market approval, since the company has an impressive list of clients that includes Eskom, National Union of Mineworkers, Educations Labour Relations Council and several local councils. The company views any government department, South Africa’s leading utility providers, metropolitan councils, unions, business process

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“Pambili believes that if it remains focused on the task at hand, it can achieve a great deal.” outsourcing, and any form of tender as the type of business it would like to become involved in. Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd has been appointed as a preferred supplier to the City of Johannesburg through its tender process and has previously been awarded a portion of the local government/GSSC tender.

Pursing a good working relationship with clients has been one of Pambili Document Solutions(Pty) Ltd key strengths. Most people realise that the days of simply dropping off a piece of hardware at a client, hoping that this will satisfy their needs, are long past. A company needs to conduct a thorough analysis to determine what the client’s needs are, then match these to the technological solutions that exist. In this regard, the relationship Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd has with Xerox is critical. The company is recognized as the world’s leading office automation company, and it has to its credit some of the most innovative technological advances of the last few decades. This provides Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd with an edge over its competitors, since the company can assure clients that any problems they may encounter will be dealt with by professionals. Client Insight Knowledge Management and Customer Relationship Management is of particular importance to Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd. The implications of these are obvious for Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd, as clients want to know how the company can help them make the most of the knowledge they have and achieve their goals. Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd maintains that companies need to focus on their core business and work with a solutions partner that deals exclusively in the creation, handling, distribution and storage of documents, allowing them to concentrate on more important issues.

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Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd is alert to the worrisome trend in the industry of clients being underserviced. As a result, Pambili Document Solutions places special emphasis on determining what clients needs are, what their future needs may be, and keeping them informed of what options they have available. Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd approach, wherever possible, is to place clients in a position of selfsufficiency and not to view every request for assistance as an opportunity to bill a client or raise additional income. It is about building a working relationship and ultimately providing a client with the type of service they deserve. Skills Development The skills shortage in the industry poses a particular challenge for Pambili Document Solutions. Finding the right people for the job is difficult – you have to be able to determine early on whether an individual has the potential to be developed into a competent businessperson. However, histories imbalances are still being felt, but over time this impact should be reduced. Pambili Document Solutions understands that access to financial resources remains an important stumbling block for many aspiring black entrepreneurs. Although there are many initiatives under way by government and other organisations to address this problem, the lack of understanding that “empowerment” is not about getting things for free needs to be dealt with. Pambili Document Solutions believes empowerment is about assisting people to achieve their goals. It believes everyone has a role to play in uplifting black business, so they can compete with established organisations. This will put BEEcompliant companies in a position where they will have resources that they in turn can use to further

empower those around them. The lack of suitable black candidates in the sector has led to Pambili Document Solutions creating its own training programme. In order to build service capacity for the future, the company has an extensive training programme in place. With the aid of Xerox, new appointees to the company are provided training aimed at improving their understanding of the products with which they are dealing. Any new member of the team, whether they have been in the industry for some time or not, goes through the training course. It improves their understanding of the business and helps them to develop confidence. Transferring skills to those people who have just entered the job market is important, and Pambili Document Solutions' willingness to develop the pool of black talent in South Africa is helping to develop talent that will ultimately enable the economy to grow. Looking Ahead The company started off with R7 Million turn-over in its first year of operation. Pambili Document Solutions has continued to show sustainable growth in staff and revenues over previous years. Mike Chonco Chief Executive Officer of Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd believes in steady growth and not allowing the company to overreach itself. Mike’s vision is to create a company that is growing and successful over the next couple of years. He believes that a competent management team will be capable of meeting the company’s objectives and drive Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd forward. This will allow him to play a more strategic role in developing the business. As for one day expanding beyond South Africa’s borders, the company is optimistic. Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd believe there is a tremendous role for South Africa to play in the field of technology. South Africa is far ahead of the rest of the continent in this regard

and has an important contribution to make. Empowerment essential to Bytes philosophy “As a major corporate player in South Africa, we understand that it is incumbent upon us to assist upcoming entrepreneurs in achieving their dreams in building the economy.” says, MD of Bytes Document Solutions. One of the goals of Bytes Document Solutions, the sole distributor of Xerox products in 25 southern, central, and east African countries, is to empower others by working alongside local partners to bring innovative document solutions to African companies. The Xerox brand has become synonymous with innovative document solutions, services, and systems, and today is a world leader in the industry. It is respected for quality products that constantly offer excellent results, exceeding customer’s expectations. On the local front, Bytes Document Solutions empathically supports government’s objective to advance the principles of black economic empowerment and established Pambili as a Xerox concessionaire. The company is 100% black-owned and is fully supported by Bytes Document Solutions. “Pambili Document Solutions (Pty) Ltd was established as a result of Xerox’s desire to establish and promote black economic empowerment”. Chonco believes the sound training he received at Bytes Document Solutions, in all aspects of the office automation business, has stood him in good stead when managing Pambili. “It has helped me to bring together the various elements of the company and ensure that all actions taken contribute to the final business objectives,” says Chonco.

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 787 8566 Email: mike@pambili.co.za, cheryl@pambili.co.za

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FINANCE | SECTOR OVERVIEW

FINANCE

South Africa has managed to remain resilient to ensure that the prudent economic and monetary policies keep the financial performance of the state afloat. The National Treasury Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan has set the tone for our financial direction to improve South Africa’s economy.

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lthough South Africa is facing critical issues regarding many financial issues, it has managed to remain resilient to ensure that the prudent economic and monetary policies keep the financial performance of the state afloat. The National Treasury Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan has set the tone for our financial direction with the aim of improving SA’s economy within the continent and the global community. South Africa boasts with a well-capitalized banking system that comprises of South Africa’s very own central South African Reserve Bank and many investment attractions. South Africa also asserts a well-developed regulatory system with a sound research institution, active development competency and a well maturing manufacturing base. Ranked by the world as an upper middle –income country, South Africa is performing well within the African continent as it carries the largest economy in Africa and is considered a low risk destination for investments in the continent by foreign investors. SA has earned a total of R42 billion in foreign direct investment in 2011 which is four times more than 2010, showing substantial growth in investment opportunities. This also stems from the fact that South Africa is ranked 35 out of 183 countries for the ease of doing business and holds 3rd ranking in BRICS. The country’s GDP stands at a fair growth rate with constant economic growth. From 1993 to 2007, the GDP grew a reasonable 5.1% base but came to a halt in 2008-9 with the global economic meltdown, narrowing to a 3.1%. Consequently, the GDP growth rate

moved at a slower rate than previously forecast. Therefore, it is projected at 2.7 % this year, 3.5% in 2014 and 3.8% in 2005, this growth will position SA’s GDP in a steady growth stream should it suffice. South Africa’s GDP is moving forward with the various sectors making their contributions with Real Estate and Business Services contributing the highest at 21.2%. Unemployment is one of the critical issues in South Africa and innovative strategies and plans have to be in plan to tackle this challenge. The New Growth Plan is geared to construct creative plans for the purposes of restructuring the economy to ensure more inclusive sustainable growth and aims to create 5 million new jobs by 2020. The industrial Action Policy offers multisectoral interventions across the sectors to create substantial growth in employment. The National Treasury has signed off a R800 million budget over 2 years to the green Fund to create high impact, job creating green economy projects. Additionally, SA draws on the dynamism of its people through the National Development Plan in 2030 in the quest

to create an all-encompassing economy. Although SA has already spent R642 billion on Infrastructure in the past 3 years, The National treasury has now allocated R827 billion for infrastructure funding and the money will be expended on refining Transport and logistics, Hospital, Education and Clinic infrastructure. Moreover, a portion of the budget will be spent on improving the Energy sector for the purposes of doubling electricity generation.

STATISTICS • Ranked 2nd for accountability of the private institutions. • JSE ranked among the top 20 in the world • GDP Projected 20013 at 2.7, 3.5 in 2014 and 3.8 % in 2015 • Produces more than 25% of manufactured products into Africa • SA earned R42 billion in foreign direct investment in 2011 Source: SA.Info and National Treasury

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FINANCIALS Banks

ABSA Group Limited...............................(011) 350 4000 Albaraka Bank Limited...........................(031) 366 2800 Bidvest Bank Ltd....................................(011) 407 3000 Capitec Bank Holdings Ltd......................(021) 809 5900 Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA).................................................. (011) 313 3911 First National Bank ................................(011) 371 2111 FirstRand Limited...................................(011) 282 8000 Grindrod Bank Limited............................(031) 333 6600 Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa...............................(012) 686 0500 Mercantile Bank Holdings Limited...........(011) 302 0300 Nedbank Group Limited..........................(011) 294 4444 Rand Merchant Bank - a division of First Rand Bank Limited......................(011) 282 8000 RMB Private Bank-a division of First Rand Bank Limited.................................(011) 303 5000 Societe Generale Johannesburg Branch.... (011) 448 8800 South African Reserve Bank ...................(012) 313 3911 Standard Bank Group Limited.................(011) 636 9111 U Bank.................................................(011) 518 5000

INSURANCE Insurance Brokers

Baboo Jassat Insurance Brokers cc.........(011) 837 5561 Budget Insurance Brokers (Pty) Ltd.........(086) 025 2571 FNB Insurance Brokers (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 645 8000 Lion of Africa Insurance Company Limited.(011) 100 1900 Mutual & Federal Insurance Company Limited.(011) 374 9111 Thebe Employee Benefit (Pty) Ltd............(011) 544 8300

Insurance - Non-Life

Aon South Africa (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 944 7000 Assupol Life...........................................(012) 366 3700 Chartis South Africa Limited....................(011) 551 8000 Compass Insurance Company Limited.....(011) 745 8333 Crawford and Company SA (Pty) Ltd........(011) 880 5503 Credit Guarantee Insurance Corporation of Africa Ltd...........................................(011) 889 7000 Etana Insurance Limited.........................(011) 351 2500 Guardrisk Holdings Limited.....................(011) 669 1000 Indwe Risk Services (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 912 7300 Intasure (Pty) Ltd....................................(021) 712 6686 Lombard Insurance Company Limited.....(011) 551 0600 Regent Insurance Company Limited........(011) 879 0400 Safrican Insurance Company Limited.......(011) 778 8000 Santam Limited.....................................(021) 915 7000 The Hollard Insurance Company Limited ......(011) 351 5000 Trustco Group International (Pty) Ltd........(011) 644 6500 Zurich Insurance Company South Africa Limited........................................(011) 370 9111

Other insurance

Alexander Forbes Risk & Insurance Services (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 669 3000 Discovery Holdings Limited.....................(011) 529 2888 MUA Insurance Acceptances (Pty) Ltd.....(021) 525 6200

LIFE ASSURANCE Life Assurance

ABSA Life Limited..................................(011) 330 2111 African Unity Insurance Limited...............(041) 582 4577 Covision Life Limited..............................(086) 126 5433

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Lesaka Employee Benefits (Pty) Ltd..........(086) 154 0540 Liberty Holdings Limited..........................(011) 408 3911 MMI Holdings Limited..............................(012) 671 8911 Nestlife Assurance Corporation Limited....(011) 783 9112 Old Mutual Life Assurance Co South Africa Limited.........................................(021) 509 9111 Sanlam Limited.......................................(021) 947 9111

INVESTMENT COMPANIES Investment Companies

African Access Holdings (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 699 2000 African Pioneer Limited...........................(041) 363 8181 aloeCap (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 783 1600 Altius Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd..........(021) 531 2195 Amabubesi Group...................................(011) 483 1120 Batsalani Holdings (Pty) Ltd ....................(011) 656 6816 Bongani Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd......(011) 784 1601 Cadiz Holdings Limited............................(021) 657 8300 Empower Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 783 4443 Grand Parade Investments Limited...........(021) 412 7771 Guma Group (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 548 0000 Hans Merensky Holdings (Pty) Ltd............(011) 381 5750 Hlanganani Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd...... (011) 315 6971 Hosken Consolidated Investments Limited (021) 481 7560 ISA Holdings Limited ..............................(011) 326 2242 Izingwe Capital (Pty) Limited....................(011) 726 1112 JP Morgan Chase Bank...........................(011) 507 0300 JSE Limited ...........................................(011) 520 7000 Kagiso Ventures (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 537 0520 Lereko Investments (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 268 0755 Longain 1 Invesments (Pty) Ltd t/a Flexicell.. (021) 443 7900 Makalani Holdings Ltd.............................(011) 428 0680 Malesela Group (Pty) Ltd ........................(012) 348 4295 Maluleke Investments (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 315 2019 Mineworkers Investment Company (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 088 1800 Mineworkers Investment Company (Pty) Ltd (MIC).........................................(011) 484 6814 Motseng Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 282 2500 Mvelaphanda Group Limited....................(011) 684 2652 Mvelaserve Limited.................................(087) 803 3400 Nkunzi Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd........(032) 525 7991 Nozala Investments (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 463 5588 Pamodzi Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 912 7500 Peu Group (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 447 9745 Primeserv Group Limited.........................(011) 691 8000 Remgro Limited......................................(021) 888 3000 Royal Bafokeng Holdings (Pty) Ltd............(011) 530 8000 Safika Holdings (Pty) Ltd..........................(011) 483 0840 Sakhumnotho Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 793 1915 Sekunjalo Investments Limited.................(021) 427 1400 SHM Group of Companies (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 880 7884 Sphere Holdings (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 944 7800 The Shanduka Group (Pty) Ltd.................(011) 305 8900 Thebe Investment Corporation (Pty) Ltd ...(011) 447 7800 Tiso Group (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 549 2400 Transpaco Limited...................................(011) 887 0430 Trilinear Holdings (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 410 1300 Unipalm Investment Holdings Limited.......(021) 794 1300 U-Ssential Investment Holdings cc...........(076) 423 1109 VER Morgan Holdings t/a Industrial Development Group................................(011) 669 5960 Wiphold Limited......................................(011) 715 3500 Zungu Investments Company (Pty) Ltd .....(011) 217 3300

Holding Companies

Accentuate Limited................................(011) 406 4100 Allied Technologies Ltd ..........................(011) 715 9000 Aveng Limited........................................(011) 779 2800 Batsalani Holdings (Pty) Ltd ...................(011) 784 5920 Baymont Holdings (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 908 6120 Combined Motor Holdings Limited...........(031) 580 4200 Command Holdings Limited....................(021) 511 5109 Educor Holdings Limited.........................(031) 251 9300 Enviroserv Holdings Limited....................(011) 456 5660 EOH Holdings Limited.............................(011) 607 8100 ISA Holdings Limited .............................(011) 326 2242 JD Group Limited...................................(011) 408 0408 Manna Holdings (Pty) Ltd........................(012) 343 3310 Maponya Incorporated (Pty) Ltd...............(012) 342 0523 Metair Investments Limited.....................(011) 646 3011 Morvest Business Group Limited.............(011) 231 1300 NAPD Holdings (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 467 9004 Reunert Limited.....................................(011) 517 9000 Rolfes Technology Holdings Ltd...............(011) 874 0634 Safika Holdings (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 483 0840 Savcio Holdings (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 615 6002 Securedata Holdings Limited..................(011) 790 2500 Sphere Holdings (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 944 7800 The Bester Burke Slingers Group............(021) 812 2610 TN Molefe Holdings (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 794 8527 TWP Holdings (Pty) Ltd ..........................(011) 356 7300 Ukhamba Holdings (Pty) Ltd....................(011) 454 1710 Ulwazi Group (Pty) Ltd............................(011) 314 8511 Worldwide African Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 783 6210

REAL ESTATE Real Holding & Development

Acucap Properties Limited......................(021) 702 2745 Adrenna Property Group Limited.............(011) 340 3333 Billion Group (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 511 5335 Bonatla Property Holdings Limited...........(011) 442 4944 Broll Property Group (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 441 4000 Dijalo Property Services (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 838 3928 Diphuka Consulting (Pty) Ltd ..................(018) 384 1810 Dipula Income Fund...............................(011) 325 2112 Epa Development (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 315 8255 Growthpoint Properties Limited...............(011) 944 6000 I Esa Development cc t/a Asrin Property Developers...............................(021) 713 3012 Intersite Property Management Services (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 502 8300 Investec Property Agency Group Limited.. (011) 286 7000 Inyatsi Construction (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd.(011) 511 5335 iProp Limited............................................ (011) 496 1777 Jigsaw Holdings Ltd.................................. (012) 682 9500 Kidbrooke Property Investments (Pty) Ltd......(021) 447 3665 Landmark Real Estate Services (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 402 1585 Moreland Development (Pty) Ltd.............(031) 560 1900 Motlekar Holdings..................................(011) 253 8802 Pam Golding Properties (Pty) Ltd.............(021) 710 1700 Pareto Limited.......................................(011) 258 6800 Resilient Property Income Fund...............(011) 612 6800 Tongaat Hulett Developments (Pty) Ltd....(031) 560 1900 Topeka Trading 4 (Pty) Ltd t/a JHI............(011) 911 8000 Transnet Property...................................(011) 308 3884

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FINANCE LISTING

Macquarie Group...................................(011) 583 2000 Mayibuye Group (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 504 6222 Medupe Financial Services(Pty) Ltd.........(083) 658 4946 MICROmega Revenue Management Solutions (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 827 3455 NBC Holdings (Pty) Ltd...........................(010) 206 0000 New Integrated Credit Solutions (Pty) Ltd......(012) 432 5000 NMG Consultants and Actuaries (Pty) Ltd......(011) 509 3000 Ntsime Financial Consulting cc...............(011) 930 4058 Real People Investments Holdings (Pty) Ltd...(043) 702 4600 Sasfin Holdings Limited..........................(011) 809 7500 Taquanta Group of Companies................(011) 407 9778 Vunani Limited.......................................(021) 481 6200 Xpert Decisions Systems (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 645 9100

Accounting & Consulting

Property Agencies

Affinity International Properties (Pty) Ltd t/a Affinity Properties........................(011) 881 1440 Chelsea Manhattan (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 783 2111 Hermans & Roman Property Solutions (Pty) Ltd..................................(021) 928 4000 MidCity Property Services (Pty) Ltd..........(012) 426 3400

SPECIALITY & OTHER FINANCE Asset Managers

27Four Investment Managers (Pty) Ltd....(011) 442 2464 Advantage Asset Managers (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 575 4450 Allan Gray Limited..................................(021) 415 2300 Argon Asset Management (Pty) Ltd.........(021) 670 6570 Blue Ink Investments (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 673 3333 Brait South Africa Limited.......................(011) 507 1000 Coronation Fund Managers Limited.........(021) 680 2000 Element Investment Managers (Pty) Ltd .. (021) 426 1313 Ethos Private Equity Limited....................(011) 328 7400 Investment Solutions Holdings Limited.....(011) 505 6000 Kagiso Asset Management (Pty) Ltd (KAM)......................................... (021) 673 6300 Mergence Investment Managers (Pty) Ltd .................................. (021) 433 2960 Oasis Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd................(021) 413 7860 Old Mutual Investment Group (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd ...........................(021) 509 5022 Pragma Africa (Pty) Ltd...........................(021) 943 3900 Prescient Holdings (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 700 3600 PWC Combined Systems (Pty) Ltd...........(012) 663 3688 Quartile Capital (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 442 5605 Sesfikile Capital (Pty) Ltd........................(011) 684 2678 Stanlib Limited.......................................(011) 448 6000 Vantage Capital Group (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 530 9101

Consumer Finance

African Bank Investments Limited...........(011) 256 9000 Compuscan (Pty) Ltd..............................(021) 888 6000

Eastern Cape Rural Finance Corporation Ltd t/a/ Uvimba Finance.......(043) 642 5821 Experian South Africa (Pty) Ltd................(011) 799 3400 Nedbank Card........................................(011) 667 8000 Wesbank..............................................(011) 632 6000

Investment Banks

Afrifocus Securities (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 290 7800 BOE Private Clients a division of Nedbank Group Ltd................................(021) 416 6000 Credit Suisse Standard Securities (Pty) Ltd.................................... (011) 384 2000 Deutsche Securities (Pty) Ltd..................(011) 775 7000 Investec Limited.....................................(011) 286 7000 Merrill Lynch (SA) (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 305 5555 Novare Holdings (Pty) Ltd........................(021) 914 7730 Rand Merchant Bank Limited..................(011) 282 8000 RMB Private Bank (a division of First Rand Limited )................................(011) 303 5000 Sanlam Capital Markets (Pty) Ltd............(011) 778 6000

Other Financial

ABSA Technology Finance Solutions (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 463 9500 Acsis Limited.........................................(021) 670 7800 African Dawn Capital Limited..................(011) 341 0860 Aldes Holdings (Pty) Ltd t/a Aldes B usiness Brokers.....................................(031) 209 3121 Alexander Forbes Limited.......................(011) 269 0000 All Pay Consolidated Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 532 2125 Amadlelo Agri........................................(040) 653 0972 AMB Capital Limited...............................(011) 666 7300 Barnard Jacobs Mellet Holdings Limited..(011) 750 0000 Commlife Holdings (Pty) Ltd....................(021) 685 0070 Coris Capital (Pty) Ltd.............................(012) 683 3400 Edu-Loan (Pty) Ltd.................................(011) 670 6100 FNB eBucks...........................................(011) 377 5000 Iquad Group Limited...............................(041) 391 0600 Legae Securities (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 551 3601

Applebox Franchising (Pty) Ltd t/a Applebox Accounting...................(086) 083 7000 Bonani Chartered Accountants Inc...........(011) 513 3440 Cap Chartered Accountants Inc...............(021) 943 0100 Deloitte.................................................(011) 806 5000 Desai Jadwat Sondiyazi Incorporated......(031) 207 7707 Ernst & Young........................................(011) 772 3000 Fifth Quadrant Actuaries & Consultants Holdings (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 681 3700 Gcabashe Inc.........................................(031) 360 0800 Gobodo Incorporated..............................(011) 718 8600 Grant Thornton THL Consulting (Pty) Ltd..(011) 322 4500 KPMG...................................................(011) 647 7111 Ngubane & Company Inc........................(031) 307 4794 Nkonki Incorporated...............................(011) 517 3000 Nolands Inc...........................................(021) 658 6602 Novare Actuaries (Pty) Ltd a division of Novare Holdings.................(021) 914 7730 NT Ngidi Consulting (Pty) Ltd..................(031) 208 0505 PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc...................(011) 797 4000 Rehanco Trust t/a Fincon........................(051) 447 5401 SAB&T Inc. Chartered Accountants SA (Pty) .(012) 682 8800 Sekela Xabiso (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 802 4155 Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo Inc.....................(086) 117 6877 Suhl Limited/SAB & T Ubuntu Holdings Limited.....................................(012)682 8800 True South Actuaries and Consultants (Pty) Ltd..............................(021) 914 6440 U and S Chartered Accountants Incorporated.. (011) 675 1701 Xabiso Consulting (Pty) Ltd t/a Xabiso Chartered Accountants Inc...........(011) 802 4155

INVESTMENT ENTITIES Investment Entities

Business Partners Limited......................(011) 713 6600 Fanatic Investments cc...........................(016 )973 2052 Humulani Investments (Pty) Ltd...............(011) 922 2000 Industrial Development Corporation of SA Limited ........................................(011) 269 3000 Kagiso Trust Investment Company (Pty) Ltd...(011) 537 0537 Makana Investment Corporation (Pty) Ltd.(011) 359 6500 Mergence Investment Managers (Pty) Ltd.....(021) 433 2960 MSG Afrika Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd.(011) 463 7555 Noah Financial Innovation (Pty) Ltd..........(011) 446 9700 Prescient Investment Management (Pty) Ltd.(021) 700 3600

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Out with the old – in with the new Evolution is inevitable in any company as it grows, and it’s only natural for New Integrated Credit Solutions to grow into a new brand.

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ew Integrated Credit Solutions (NICS) is a fully empowered national provider of credit management and debt recovery solutions to both the public and private sector. We are running on a fully integrated and auditable technology system, suitable for debt collection in both public and private sectors. The Business Development Executive Manager, Joe Mahlangu shares his views on the rebranding of NICS. Out with the old – in with the new! This is what drove the NICS’ Business Development Department to rebrand. For the most part if not entirely, we focused our corporate rebranding project on modernisation. Trends indicate that over time brands come across as old-fashioned if they have not been updated. A more modern image is one of the motivations behind our rebranding project. To us rebranding has a rejuvenating effect on the internal culture of our company as it calls for new levels of employee support, knowledge and feedback and It gives our staff the chance to get involved in creating a new, positive business culture. In doing that we also ensured the creation of a consistent and recognisable brand. Our brand still speaks the same language of services, nothing less but maybe slightly more; more in terms of ways of doing business, technological methods which inevitably change over time, we kept abreast with the changes that occur; hence the alteration of our

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“Revamping our corporate persona required thinking beyond what our company is and considered what it can become.” visual image as well. The logo, which is the embodiment of what NICS stands for, brings together three elements: Hands of Relationships This mark represents NICS nurturing relationships and being a customercentric brand. Wheel of Integration Symbolizes seamless integration that is achieved through the combination of our

staffs’ teamwork, our clients input and capable technological tools that give us the competitive edge we need. Rope of Connection It illustrates that we understand our work influences and is connected with people’s daily lives; therefore we are committed to performing our work diligently to enable efficient service delivery and to ensure that our communities are empowered. Artistically, the colours, the font usage and composition of logo are simple, very bold and instill maturity, stability and pride to both our staff and clients. This logo is welcoming and has an everlasting charm to it. Evolution is inevitable in any company as it grows, and it’s only natural for a company to grow into a new brand. Revamping our corporate persona required thinking beyond what our company is and considered what it can

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is about time that institutions recognize that we provide solutions not as competitors to their existing infrastructure but as partners.â&#x20AC;?

become. We are most definitely ready and willing to let go of things from the past and step into the future. Just as our company brand reflects changes in size and market position, it also reflects changes in technological innovation. Technology and business development are often inseparable from one another. We believe our brand is the public face of our business and if that face fails to reflect the level of innovation our business has achieved, our customers

may assume that we have fallen behind the times. Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 12 432 5000 Fax: +27 (0) 12 430 3504 Email: joe@nics.co.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

Delivering in a new South Africa

New Integrated Credit Solutions Founder and Chairman, Baker Maseko shares his views on delivering in a challenging, new South Africa. Our much-celebrated democracy has presented daunting challenges to the government. Even as we approach 20 years in it, the situation has presented event grim challenges - challenges of delivering on its general mandate to improve the lives of all its inhabitants and more specifically, the plight of the previously disenfranchised. Poverty reduction through the implementation of job creation programs, realization of social and economic development by enhancing sustainable and productive capacity and sufficient protection of society's most vulnerable, remain the fundamental features of the Government's mandate. In my opinion it is as critical for other identified sectors of revenue generation to accelerate the rate of debt recovery as it is daunting challenge for the local sphere of government which consists of municipalities who are in the cold face of service delivery

to develop and implement innovative methods of accelerating debt recovery. The evolution and amalgamation of previously divided municipal jurisdictions has massively increased the population that municipalities serve, without a corresponding increase in the tax-base. The crisis and possibly financial stress is exacerbated by a combination of service backlogs, collapsed or deteriorating infrastructure, diminishing creditworthiness and borrowing capacity. The implementation of sound and efficient credit control and debt collection policies and the actual collection of money due and payable to municipalities for services rendered will substantially ease the cash flow pressures faced by municipalities. These policies must however, be consistent with the rates and tariff policies and the Government and Stakeholder Agreement on tariff guide policy. It is about time that institutions recognize the fact that we continually seek to provide these ever needed solutions to the problems they face, not as a competitor to their existing infrastructure but as a partner.

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Transformation at the heart of Sasria SOC Limited

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asria SOC Limited (sasria) was formed in 1979 as a direct result of the Soweto student uprisings in 1976. Following an escalation in violence and unrest, with a particular escalation in acts of politically motivated malicious damage, such as bomb blasts and sabotage, the shortterm insurance industry in South Africa became reluctant to provide insurance cover for these types of losses. The organisation recognises that it does not exist in isolation, it is part of the community and thus being a responsible and caring citizen is at the heart of its operation. It is therefore incumbent for Sasria to promote opportunities of social and economic development in the community in which it operates. At the core of Sasria’s sustainability is the promotion of the fast-tracking of equity by assisting the process of the inclusion of blacks and women within the insurance and financial sector. Corporate Social Investment Projects Our Corporate Social Investment (CSI) is focused on the youth and education; this is based on the history of the organisation. We have been contributing 2% of after-tax profit to socially responsible projects since 2010. In 2003, we established an actuarial development programme, The South African Actuaries Development Programme (SAADP). The primary aim of this programme is to unearth and harness mathematical and analytical skills amongst black students to capitalise on career opportunities in the field of Actuarial Science. The SAADP has produced 109 graduates,

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“We believe that education is only meaningful with the correct resources. To this end, Sasria invests in the infrastructure of schools, in partnership with the Gauteng Department of Education.” 11 of whom have qualified as actuaries since its inception. Numerous financial institutions in South Africa currently employ most of these graduates. In 2009, Sasria partnered with the University of Johannesburg (UJ) on a three-year contract, in establishing a mathematics and science centre in Soweto. UJ was already operating the centre in Soweto on a small-scale by only providing mathematics classes. This increased after the partnership was established and UJ added physical science, life science and English classes. The programme focused on grade 10 to 12 students and in 2010 started with 1063 learners. By the end of 2012 the programme had 1483 learners. These learners originate from 67 different high schools in Soweto and the surrounding areas. The Ministry of Higher Education and Training approached sasria in 2009 to sponsor 10 bursaries to students

funded under the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). This was aimed at alleviating the Government fund to reach more students requiring free education. Ten BCom Accounting students were funded at University of Venda, University of Limpopo, Walter Sisulu University, and University of Forthare. Eight of the 10 students graduated in 2012, 5 of the graduates have been placed on a two-year graduate programme with various partners in the insurance industry. In 2010, Sasria assisted the Gauteng Department of Education to implement the Gauteng Maths, Science and Technology Education Strategy. By implementing this, the SCI-BONO was mandated to tutor Maths and Science in centres across Gauteng. A Sedibeng District was adopted, one of the then poorest performing districts in Gauteng, and we provided exam preparation for a week to grade 12 learners with a focus

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Mpumalanga Department of Education (MDE) by repairing a school after it was damaged during a storm in 2010. We adopted a school i.e. Lodirile Secondary School based in Mogale City, in partnership with the Adopt a School Foundation in 2012. The school was provided with mobile science labs as well as training for maths, science and accounting teachers. Furthermore, a career day was hosted at the school where the learners were exposed to various careers. These interventions have assisted the school to achieve a 95% pass rate in 2012. We have committed to keep the school for a further two years and maintain the same standard of pass rate.

Name Cedric Monwabisi Masondo Occupation and position Insurance Executive; Managing Director at Sasria SOC Ltd First job Trainee Manager, NBS Bank/Durban Best advice and who gave it “You must know when to shut up, especially in a meeting” – Giusy Gianni (ex colleague at Alexander Forbes) Best business book read this year None, planning to read at least two books during my next leave in August Most inspiring business leader Sipho Nkosi (CEO of Exxaro Resources) Fitness goal My goal at the moment is to consistently go to the gym at least four times a week

on Maths, Science and Accounting. The district achieved an overall pass rate of 70% and is now the top district in their cluster. In order to increase our reach and further improve maths and science skills, the Ennerdale district will be provided with a maths and science intervention programme, about 5 schools and 80 top performing learners will be reached. A need has been identified to extend the maths and science intervention to other provinces. This initiative will start with building capacity within the

selected province in the first year; and then be supported for a second year to ensure traction and continuity. The aim is to target a district within a particular province as this has proven to reach more learners and is more cost effective. The focus in each province will include infrastructure development and leadership development over and above focusing on maths and science intervention. The desired outcome is for each district supported to produce 80% matric results following the intervention. In 2013, we will make a footprint in KwaZulu Natal, where two schools within a particular district will be identified and the same strategy will be applied. We aim to reach all provinces in the next 5 years. We believe that education is only meaningful with the correct resources. To this end, Sasria invests in the infrastructure of schools, in partnership with the Gauteng Department of Education. To date, we have renovated 3 schools in Gauteng. A further infrastructure investment was embarked on in partnership with the

Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment We aim at contributing towards BroadBased Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) by identifying black-owned small business enterprises and providing them with business skills, improving their business profile, and channelling business to them. This initiative is aimed for the next 5 years. We procure services mainly from service providers with a level 4 and higher B-BBEE rating. Currently, over 70% of expenditure is channeled to level 3 and higher service providers. We aim to be a level 1 B-BBEE rated organisation by the end of our financial year. This requires us to be more aggressive in our procurement processes to ensure that we procure from the empowered service providers. Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 11 214 0800 Fax: +27 (0) 11 447 8630 Email: info@sasria.co.za

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Leading Professional Services SekelaXabiso applies international best practices to deliver rigorous professional auditing and advisory services of the highest standard.

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ekelaXabiso is one of the leading South African majority black-owned professional services firm. The firm prides itself on applying international best practice to deliver rigorous Internal Audit, IT Audit, External Audit, Forensics and Business Consulting Services of the highest standard. The company was created on the 1st of September 2012 through the merger of Sekela Consulting and Xabiso Chartered Accountants, bringing together two highly qualified teams of professionals with vast experience and impressive credentials. The combined knowledge and business acumen of SekelaXabisoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s directors puts the firm in an ideal position to deliver world-class, clientfocused business solutions to a growing range of clients in both the private and public sectors. The combined staff compliment of SekelaXabiso is approximately 300 employees and are operational in four provinces: Gauteng (Johannesburg and Centurion) Mpumalanga, KwaZuluNatal and North West. In terms of the Department of Trade and Industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s generic scorecard for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment, the company is a level 2 contributor. SekelaXabisoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vision is to be a trusted and reputable auditing and advisory firm that seeks to grow and add value to clients driven by exceptional leadership and competent employees. It aims to provide professional internal auditing and related advisory services tailored to meet client requirements, enabling them to achieve their true value. SekelaXabiso adds value to clients through the strength of its

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people by investing in training and development and utilizing world-class methodologies. SekelaXabiso is committed to the strong ethos of corporate responsibility. The approach is simple: empowering people by harnessing their potential, providing them with skills and

“SekelaXabiso adds value to clients through the strength of its people by investing in training and development and utilising world class methodologies.” opportunities and improving the quality of life of ordinary citizens from disadvantaged backgrounds. The core elements of SekelaXabiso's strategy include: • Preferential Procurement and Enterprise Development Adopting a procurement policy to source most of our goods and services from entities that clearly demonstrate an unwavering effort to uplift the disadvantaged communities of our society. • Employment Equity Creating equal opportunities for all employees that will accelerate the development, at all levels, of those previously excluded from meaningful employment. This will include targeted development plans and mentorship programmes. • Training and Development An in-house bursary fund is accessible to employees who wish to further their education. As part of SekelaXabiso's mission to uplift communities, they provide financial support for learners at secondary and tertiary institutions. SekelaXabiso empower historically disadvantaged individuals through a variety of training programmes specific to its profession. These initiatives include: 1. Learnerships registered with various industry associations such

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TECHNOLOGY | SECTOR OVERVIEW

TECHNOLOGY The South African Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector is well established and sophisticated. The local IT industry is the largest and most advanced in Africa, particularly in the field of mobile software and electronic banking services.

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outh African companies are world leaders in prepayment, revenue management and fraud prevention systems. It’s a buoyant sector, with IT spending in 2010 reaching $10,6 billion, according to the South African Electro technical Export Council (SAEEC). Together with telecommunications, it generates an estimated $29 billion in revenues, $10.3 billion of which comes from IT. South African software developers are recognised for their innovation, production and cost efficiency. With a network that is 99.9% digital and includes the latest in wireless and satellite communication, the country has the most developed telecoms network in Africa Several international corporates, recognised as leaders in the IT sector, operate subsidiaries from South Africa, including IBM, Unisys, Microsoft, Intel, Systems Application Protocol (SAP), Dell, Novell and Compaq. Testing and piloting systems and applications are growing businesses in South Africa, with the diversity of the local market, first world know-how in business and a developing country environment making it an ideal test lab for new innovations Investment opportunities lie in the roll-out of wireless networks and technologies, and in the local assembly of green-energy technologies for electronic components and subassemblies. Other opportunities include the development of access-control systems and security equipment, automotive electronic subsystems, systems and software development in the banking and financial services sector, silicon processing for fibre optics, integrated circuits and solar cells.

Much of the excitement in South Africa’s electronics sector centres around communications – which, together with transport and storage, accounts for around 10% of GDP. Telecommunications is one of the fastest growing sectors of South Africa's economy, driven by explosive growth in mobile telephony and broadband connectivity. Mobile phone use in South Africa has increased from 17% of adults in 2000 to 76% in 2010, according to research firm Nielsen Southern Africa. Today, more South Africans – 29 million – use mobile phones than radio (28 million), TV (27 million) or personal computers (6 million). Less than 5 million South Africans use landline phones. Despite the turn down in the national and global economy the South African ICT sector continues to be very dynamic. The mobile segment is slowing down as traditional mobile voice markets move closer to saturation, the market segment is performing considerably better than the traditional fixed line voice. While mobile phones are driving usage, data costs are driven down by the increasing number of undersea cables

that was at the end of 2011 was 2.69 Terabits a second (Tbps) connects subSaharan Africa to the rest of the world. That will rise to 11.9 Tbps by the end of 2012 and is expected to double in 2013.

STATISTICS • 99.9% digital network and includes the latest in wireless and satellite • Electronics sector accounts for around 10% of GDP • Around 4.2 million fixed-line connections • Mobile use increased from 17% in 2000 to to 76% in 2010 • 29 million use mobile phones which is more than radio use (28 million) • 27 million people use TV and 6 million people use personal computers • Less than 5 million South Africans use landline phones. • Undersea cable capacity 2.69 Terabites a sec raise to 11.9 at the end of 2012 Source: SA info & TIPS

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Telecomms Equipment

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4D Digital Security (Pty) Ltd t/a ESET Southern Africa............................................(021) 687 9185 Adapt IT Holdings Limited.............................(031) 514 7300 Advancenet (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 367 9000 Advocate Solutions (Pty) Ltd.........................(086) 1100 393 AE Software Solutions (Pty) Ltd.....................(018) 386 3834 African Legend Indigo (Pty) Ltd.....................(011) 808 6300 Amava Information Technologies (Pty) Ltd.....(041) 364 0422 Aptronics (Pty) Ltd........................................(011) 577 0800 Asbis Africa (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 848 7000 Atio Corporation (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 235 7000 Atos Origin (Pty) Ltd......................................(087) 310 2867 Belay Solutions (Pty) Ltd ..............................(011) 318 1244 Blue Turtle Technologies (Pty) Ltd .................(011) 206 5600 BMI-TechKnowledge Group (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 540 8000 Business Connexion (Pty) Ltd .......................(011) 266 5111 Bustque 0017 cc.........................................(011) 608 1530 Bytes Technology Group South Africa (Pty) Ltd.(011) 236 9500 CCI Technology Holdings Limited..................(021) 531 0850 Century Office Equipment cc........................(012) 374 1890 CHM Vuwani Computer Solutions (Pty) Ltd....(011) 790 4400 Ciber Information Holdings (Pty) Ltd..............(011) 656 0123 Cisco Technology and Services South Africa (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 267 1093 Computer Storage Services (Pty) Ltd.............(011) 541 9900 Comsel Eighteen (Pty) Ltd t/a Kanimambo ...(012) 345 1941 Concilium Technologies (Pty) Ltd...................(012) 678 9200 ConvergeNet Holdings Limited......................(087) 980 0100 Cornastone Technology Holdings (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 463 2636 CSS Tirisano Computer Systems (Pty) Ltd.....(012) 621 3000 Datacentrix Holdings Limited........................(087) 741 5000 Datatec Limited............................................(011) 233 1000

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Dimension Data (Pty) Ltd.............................. (011) 575 0000 DLK Group (Pty) Ltd...................................... (021) 531 9403 Dynamic Visual Technologies (Pty) Ltd........... (021) 467 5400 EMC Computer Systems SA (Pty) Ltd............ (011) 581 0000 Esquire System Technology (Pty) Ltd t/a Esquire System Technologies........................ (012) 657 8500 Exponant (Pty) Ltd........................................ (012) 663 0100 First Technology Holdings (Pty) Ltd ............... (011) 790 4400 Foster-Melliar (Pty) Ltd................................. (011) 231 1515 Future Perfect Corporation cc....................... (021) 409 7997 Galdon Data Computer Services(Pty) Ltd....... (011) 805 4420 GijimaAst Group Limited............................... (012) 675 5000 Glacier Consulting (Pty) Ltd........................... (011) 262 8660 HelloComputer cc......................................... (021) 488 1380 Ibhubesi Information Technologies cc............ (012) 993 3679 Ikando cc t/a IT Master................................. (015) 297 8547 Imvo Technologies and Systems (Pty) Ltd...... (031) 204 0480 Inala Technologies (Pty) Ltd........................... (011) 206 8300 Izazi Solutions (Pty) Ltd................................. (011) 788 0333 Jet Computers cc......................................... (021) 418 8175 Karabo Data Solutions (Pty) Ltd..................... (051) 430 0890 Khusela Solutions (Pty) Ltd........................... (021) 552 9101 KSS Technologies (Pty) Ltd........................... (011) 545 6300 KTS Technology Solutions (Pty) Ltd............... (011) 805 1010 Kwesthuba Consulting (Pty) Ltd.................... (011) 994 6120 LC3 Solutions cc t/a Simo Solutions............. (043) 721 0060 Lesedi Corporate Technology (Pty) Ltd........... (011) 450 1240 Madiba Bay Datapower cc t/a Datapower.... (041) 373 1516 Marpless Communication Technologies (Pty) Ltd.................................. (012) 657 0191 Matsema (Pty) Ltd........................................ (021) 331 0601

Maweza Technologies cc..............................(011) 695 4800 Moloko Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 403 6500 Morvest Business Group Limited..................(011) 231 1300 Mthombo IT Services (Pty) Ltd......................(011) 479 6300 Nambiti Technologies (Pty) Ltd......................(012) 654 4557 Nokusa Consulting cc...................................(011) 234 3414 Nokusa Engineering Informatics (Pty) Ltd......(011) 791 1028 PBT Group (Pty) Ltd......................................(021) 551 0937 Pink Elephants (Pty) Ltd................................(011) 656 0020 Pinnacle Technology Holdings Limited...........(011) 265 3000 Praxis Computing (Pty) Ltd...........................(011) 484 0900 Pro-Networks cc..........................................(011) 958 2284 Puleng Technologies (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 205 4300 Pytron Information Holdings (Pty) Ltd............(011) 315 7977 Reagola Consulting cc..................................(021) 555 2013 Red Edge Solutions (Pty) Ltd.........................(011) 231 1300 Rocketseed South Africa (Pty) Ltd.................(021) 872 2280 Sabinet Online Limited.................................(012) 643 9500 SAGE Computer Technologies (Pty) Ltd.........(011) 466 3361 SAP South Africa (Pty) Ltd............................(011) 235 6000 Securedata Holdings Limited........................(011) 790 2500 Sensepost (Pty) Ltd .....................................(012) 460 0880 Simeka Business Group Limited...................(011) 231 1300 Simunye Computers (Pty) Ltd.......................(011) 642 1136 Sisonke Global Systems (Pty) Ltd..................(012) 321 5705 Sithabile Storage Innovation (Pty) Ltd............(011) 848 7350 Sizwe Africa IT Group (Pty) Ltd......................(012) 657 5300 Spartan Technology Rentals (Pty) Ltd t/a Spartan.................................. (011) 886 0922 ST Group (Pty) Ltd........................................(011) 314 0788 The IQ Business Group (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 259 4000

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LISTING

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Thuthukani Information Technology Services (Pty) Ltd.........................................(011) 318 0644 Tradebridge (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 581 1200 T-Systems South Africa (Pty) Ltd...................(011) 254 7400 UCS Group Limited.......................................(011) 712 1300 Vukani Technologies (Pty) Ltd........................(012) 348 8888 Waymark Infotech (Pty) Ltd...........................(012) 369 0000 Zimele Technologies (Pty) Ltd.......................(021) 487 1080

Internet

Afrikwazi Networks cc..................................(031) 579 5648 Aquaonline (Pty) Ltd.....................................(011) 750 7300 Commercezone (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 289 3000 DataPro (Pty) Ltd t/a Vox DataPro..................(011) 809 1500 eNetworks cc...............................................(086) 155 3311 Hetzner (Pty) Ltd...........................................(021) 970 2000 iBurst (Pty) Ltd.............................................(011) 676 6000 I-Net Bridge (Pty) Ltd....................................(011) 280 0600 Internet Solutions - a division of Dimension Data (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 575 1000 Kingsley Technologies (Pty) Ltd.....................(021) 799 9600 MML Data cc...............................................(015) 291 2311 MTN Business Solutions (Pty) Ltd t/a MTN Business..............................................(011) 235 6500 Mweb Connect (Pty) Ltd...............................(021) 596 8300

Software

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DataNet Infrastructure Group (Pty) Ltd...........(011) 990 6000 Dax Data cc.................................................(021) 683 3861 Eliance (Pty) Ltd...........................................(012) 471 2500 Elvey Security Technologies a division of Hudaco Trading (Pty) Ltd......(011) 401 6700 Epi Use Africa (Pty) Ltd...........................(012) 470 2200 Ideco Group Limited...............................(011) 745 5600 IFCA Technologies Limited (IFCA)............(011) 234 0330 IQ Retail (Pty) Ltd...................................(021) 880 0420 Ke Concepts Pty Ltd...............................(011) 514 5900 Maxxor Software Services......................(021) 552 7641 Microsoft SA (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 361 8911 Minolco (Pty) Ltd t/a Konica Minolta South Africa...............................(011) 661 9000 Mint Net (Pty) Ltd...................................(011) 231 1800 Ocellics Software Solutions cc................(021) 671 4456 Oracle Corporation South Africa (Pty) Ltd.(011) 319 4000 Paracon Holdings Limited.......................(011) 460 6000 SAS Institute (Pty) Ltd.............................(011) 713 3400 SilverBridge Holdings Limited..................(012) 360 0200 Softline VIP (Pty) Ltd...............................(012) 420 7000 Software AG SA (Pty) Ltd..............................(011) 317 2900 Technology Corporate Management (Pty) Ltd.. (011) 848 6000 Via Data (Pty) Ltd..........................................(021) 674 3682

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the next step in mobile money Africa is already well advanced in using the mobile phone for money transactions, and this has brought a new dimension to economic life. A study carried out by Ericsson in Ghana, South Africa and Tanzania analyzes how mobile services could be taken to the next level to include a new generation of mobile-commerce services. You’ve got a mobile phone, but no access to bank services. This is increasingly becoming the situation for many Africans, and one that explains the fast growth of mobile money on the continent. Many of the world’s mobile-money transactions take place in Africa, with the majority taking place in Kenya. There is a lot to be learned from the operators’ experience in Kenya, but to what extent can their success be replicated in other countries? Ericsson ConsumerLab seeks to answer that question in a report that maps out the potential of m-commerce (defined as buying, selling or transferring monetary values) across the region of subSaharan Africa. Key findings Based on in-depth quantitative research and extensive interviews with mobile-phone users in Ghana, South Africa and Tanzania, the report has four key findings: that consumers are constantly looking for new ways to improve their personal budgets; that the speed and convenience of m-commerce services point to great potential in the market; that current behaviors and social structures indicate that the use of mobile-payment services will

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expand; and that consumers need a better understanding of the functionality and security of m-commerce transactions. At present, subscribers in these three countries are primarily using mobile money for buying airtime and transferring funds to friends and relatives far away. In Tanzania, for example, 38 percent of subscribers send money person-to-person over the mobile phone. To some extent, they pay bills for electricity, among other things. They naturally like the convenience of accessing money everywhere and at anytime, regardless of service hours. A stepwise process So, what are the hurdles when it comes to expanding mobile money into fully-fledged banking services that support a wider range of commercial activities? It is likely that the first steps will be taken in the shopping, paycheck and savings domains. This expansion is a stepwise process, where developments may differ from market to market, due to differences in regulation, the state of financial infrastructures such as banks, and other socioeconomic factors. Building trust is a prerequisite for consumer acceptance, especially

when it comes to more abstract bank services. Many non-users (44 percent) in the countries studied still regard m-commerce as unreliable, even if they generally have great confidence in their telecom operators’ other services. Among other things, they are concerned about the integrity of their account information in the event of them losing their phones or having them stolen. The

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efforts to build the m-commerce ecosystem, from basic payment services to more developed conclusion is therefore that and integrated offerings must such as bank telecom operators work services individuals as well actively for to gain their trust in the as businesses. field of financial services. Face-to-face introductions – Coordination is needed when an agent meets the conRecently hosted consumer – Ericsson are important. Trust in ferences in both Nigeria and mobile services grows through Uganda, top-level execupersonalinviting experiences, and traditives from banks, government, tional advertising alone will not the sector, trade bodies, be public enough for m-commerce. payment services companies Education, however, will help and telecom operators to new at- serusers to trust and adopt tend. wayshopkeepers to support vices.Finding Agentsa and the development have a dual role of to new play relain this. tionships soshould that m-commerce First, they be encouraged intoAfrica could be fast-tracked accept mobile-money paywas highThen, on the agenda. ments. they shouldOne act as important drawn from educatorsconclusion and ambassadors for the discussionsThere was that m-commerce. is a there window was a need for coordination. All of opportunity in mobile-money participants Ericsson services forwelcomed telecom operators as a neutral forestablished facilitating who alreadypartner have an these discussions. It was felt relationship with consumers, Ericsson take have a coordinatbecausecould they also a wide ing role, helping toareas design an presence in rural where appropriate model people often don’tand havestandaccess ards everyone could build to a that bank. on through discussions with the various Target stakeholders. the women Ericsson ConsumerLab’s report One issue discussed washow alsokey gives some insight into building trust. Representatives household finances are traditionfrom a Nigerianasbanking ally handled, well as authorguidance ity changes in regulations forsaid telecom operators in launchining their country had assisted the services that consumers will development the mobile like and use.of People who use mbanking industry. regucommerce rarelyThese separate their lations a better privatehad andcreated business accounts. awareness ofand fraud and money Where men women share laundering andmen helped reduce a household, are to generally fear aroundtothese problems. All expected be breadwinners, ofbut this had significantly the women are usuallyraised responsipotential for mobile ble for making endsbanking meet ininthe Nigeria. household finances. For this reason, m-commerce players should Apay meeting of minds particular attention to women The conference was also a great in sub-Saharan Africa. opportunity for stakeholders One major challenge for telecom tooperators come together to push is getting the money m-commerce solutions to remain in the mobileforward. system Regulators, operators and other longer, creating a revenue stakeholders were ableintothe work opportunity for them form together forfrom the common good. of interest subscriber

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accounts. For a great majority of subscribers, money is synonymous with cash, and those who receive funds into their mobilemoney accounts tend to immediately withdraw it, to use cash to pay for goods and services. It is therefore important to encourage mobile payments in stores, where the obvious competing technology is bankcards. For this to succeed, mobile payments in stores must be made cheaper, faster and more user-friendly. Users must be convinced that the alternative is superior to both bankcards and cash. Overcome fragmentation From an international perspecAtive, spokesperson frominthe NigeEricsson’s role promoting rian public transport m-commerce has a sector focus on highlighted theaccess need to bring accelerating and interthese solutions into the pubconnection between the mliccommerce sector. This would allow ecosystem andathe meeting minds and create an existingof financial world. A wide interface the private and range ofbetween mobile-wallet initiatives public sectors. exist today. No fewer than 150 domestic mobile-wallet (integratSecurity and reliability were ing different cards in the phone) among the are other important isinitiatives being run around sues raised but at the conferences. the world, these systems Inare Nigeria, for example, more to not currently connected money currently goes through the the global financial ecosystems. mobile moneyfragmentation ecosystem than This market limits through theattractiveness commercial banks usabilityalland for put together. For central which banks, a consumers, a problem period of downtime even a few Ericsson is driving aofnumber of hours in these systems would be initiatives to overcome. unacceptable. Money transfers can be seen as the first step in the evolution Atoward radicalm-commerce. change for operators The size of Ericsson brought to thesetransfer the international money discussions a key methodology market – migrant workers senddevised through its extensive ing money to their country of experience of developing origin – represents one ofand the running infrastructure largest global single-payment markets systems. This In methodology in the world. 2011, USD 350 involves getting ecobillion was sentlocal to developing systems upthrough and running, countries international reaching a stage The of massmoney transfer. importance adoption and then of this market andbuilding its m- them up further in evolution ways thatinallow forof commerce terms scaling-up. This approach means growth opportunities cannot be

third parties must be involved from the start, which is a radical change to the way operators underestimated, particularly for have worked the past. It also many Africanincountries. means there is not a an oneEricsson is already estabsolution-fits-all lished player inapproach. the field of mobile financial transactions with 1.7 Atbillion the heart of Ericsson’s subscribers served by the method ologycharging is the know-how company’s and billing needed to Ericsson get the necessary systems. works through third-party agreements in place, partnerships with leading tofinancial-services comply with multiple juriscompanies, dictional and to such as requirements Western Union, and understand howcollaboration best to integrate also has close with technical business solutions. telecom and operators around the All this allows for the speedy world, providing an easy wayimfor plementation newsubscribers services as them to offeroftheir well as for the upgrade of existing mobile wallets. ones. Being able to react quickly Ericsson has global agreements and in operathe withnimbly some to of changes the largest market operatorsand a crucial tors ongives the continent is in competitive as opposed dialog with edge, stakeholders in sevtoeral being locked into a narrow, African countries, including non-standardized – and regulators, therefore governments, telecom unconnected – delivery solution. public agencies, and financial players to develop the money M-commerce has the potential transactions industry. Getting tom-commerce stimulate economic growth is on off the ground allnot levels in Africa, which isissue now so much a technical on of innovation on asthe onefrontline of creating the necessary the road towards the cashless collaboration between all parties society. Ericsson continue concerned – andwill making clearto share this knowledge and to experihow much they all stand gain ence all stakeholders fromwith collaborating. As an in importhe region. tant part of making m-commerce a success, Ericsson will continue to share experience and insights and take part in the discussion with all interested parties. www.ericsson.com/m-commerce For further information, please contact www.ericsson.com/m-commerce rajiv.bhatia@ericsson.com

Link to the full report: http://www.ericsson.com/res/ docs/2012/consumerlab/m-commerce_sub _saharan_africa.pdf For further information please contact Rajiv.Bhatia@ericsson.com

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Uniting Africa with mobile money Africa is ready for the large-sale adoption of m-commerce. However, financial ecosystems first need to be built to make it easier for money to be moved across diverse systems and national boundaries. Here is Ericsson’s view on how to overcome the challenges.

Mobile money represents a great opportunity, not only for society but for mobile operators, banks, retailers and governments. But there are obstacles hindering its large uptake scale. One is the enormous variety of potential players in the market. As a result, collaboration is needed to tackle local and global issues and to ensure the mobile financial services market operates on a truly global scale. In emerging markets, people are more likely to have a mobile phone than a bank account or

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credit card, and this is driving innovation in the area of mobile money. A wide range of innovative mobile money services has already emerged to address practical problems, such as enabling people to pay their children’s school fees or make utility payments. This kind of facility is clearly attractive and consumers need little persuasion to adopt mobile money services, provided these are delivered in a convenient and secure way. A fragmented market So what’s the challenge? One

issue is that current mobile money services are generally not designed to be scaled up. They are not well connected to other systems and the market is fragmented, both technically and in terms of rules and regulations. What’s needed is for operators to plan for scaled-up, efficient, interoperable, robust, secure and agile networks to handle the existing demand and translate it into a sustainable business. Having sought answers to these challenges, Ericsson is actively supporting regional and global

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efforts to build the m-commerce ecosystem, from basic payment services to more developed and integrated offerings such as bank services for individuals as well as businesses.

third parties must be involved from the start, which is a radical change to the way operators have worked in the past. It also means there is not a onesolution-fits-all approach.

Coordination is needed Recently Ericsson hosted conferences in both Nigeria and Uganda, inviting top-level executives from banks, government, the public sector, trade bodies, payment services companies and telecom operators to attend. Finding a way to support the development of new relationships so that m-commerce in Africa could be fast-tracked was high on the agenda. One important conclusion drawn from the discussions was that there was a need for coordination. All participants welcomed Ericsson as a neutral partner for facilitating these discussions. It was felt Ericsson could take a coordinating role, helping to design an appropriate model and standards that everyone could build on through discussions with the various stakeholders.

At the heart of Ericssonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s methodology is the know-how needed to get the necessary third-party agreements in place, to comply with multiple jurisdictional requirements and to understand how best to integrate technical and business solutions. All this allows for the speedy implementation of new services as well as for the upgrade of existing ones. Being able to react quickly and nimbly to changes in the market gives operators a crucial competitive edge, as opposed to being locked into a narrow, non-standardized â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and therefore unconnected â&#x20AC;&#x201C; delivery solution.

One key issue discussed was building trust. Representatives from a Nigerian banking authority said changes in regulations in their country had assisted the development of the mobile banking industry. These regulations had created a better awareness of fraud and money laundering and helped to reduce fear around these problems. All of this had significantly raised the potential for mobile banking in Nigeria. A meeting of minds The conference was also a great opportunity for stakeholders to come together to push m-commerce solutions forward. Regulators, operators and other stakeholders were able to work together for the common good.

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A spokesperson from the Nigerian public transport sector highlighted the need to bring these solutions into the public sector. This would allow a meeting of minds and create an interface between the private and public sectors. Security and reliability were among the other important issues raised at the conferences. In Nigeria, for example, more money currently goes through the mobile money ecosystem than through all the commercial banks put together. For central banks, a period of downtime of even a few hours in these systems would be unacceptable.

M-commerce has the potential to stimulate economic growth on all levels in Africa, which is now on the frontline of innovation on the road towards the cashless society. Ericsson will continue to share this knowledge and experience with all stakeholders in the region.

www.ericsson.com/m-commerce For further information, please contact rajiv.bhatia@ericsson.com

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promotion as an African city said, “In order for us to progress we have to address the broken engines within our governmental institutions and companies. Only then will innovation take us from where we are to the Mega City we envisaged. Government has a significant role to play in creating a conducive environment to attract investment through policy, direction & assistance. Cities must play their part in this process." Looking forward, Mega Cities Africa 2014 will continue the conversation on the Rise of Mega Cities, Investment Opportunities in Africa, Technological Advances for Smart Cities and where we go from here.

Africa Conference and Expo, Riaan Labuschagne, Acting Executive Director of Economic Intelligence for City of Tshwane who presented on the global benchmark for successful investment

Here’s to Africa being at the centre of future cities!

Smart Cities, What a Smart City is, Smart Green Platforms, Energy Efficiency Technologies, A Connected City, Smart Industries and Africa’s Most Attractive Investment Destinations. To put the future of Mega Cities in perspective - by 2050, seven out of ten people will live in mega cities, with all the benefits and challenges of metro living. And the most significant urban planning challenges revolve around infrastructure and public works, especially access to clean drinking water, adequate sanitation, reliable electricity, public transportation and healthcare.

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MEGA CITIES AFRICA IN A NUTSHELL! Attendance More than 160 people attended the event in various professional capacities to register as delegates for the conference and breakaway sessions.

Attendance Breakdown 78% of the attendees were professionals from corporate entities and the remaining 22% were government officials.

Countries Represented • Nigeria • Canada • Japan • USA • South Africa

Over 90 Companies Were Represented And These Includes: • Development Bank • Eskom • IBM • MTN • EON Consulting • KPMG • BuildingAfrica • Sanlam • Accenture • City Power Johannesburg • Deloitte

Government Officials Represented The Following Organisations: • City of Tshwane • City of Johannesburg • Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality • Ethekwini Municipality

Public Relations Our marketing department sent out 3 press releases on the conference leading up to the event. All of which was sent out to an extensive list of South Africa’s top media and corporate entities. This drew requests for radio interviews and the screening of the event on the Good Morning Africa show. This Mega Cities Africa broadcast took place on channel 154 on DSTV on 29 and 30 July.

Value Gained From Media • Good Morning Africa – Broadcast on 29 & 30 July on channel 154 focusing on the key speakers and government officials that attended the conference, topics of discussions, the exhibition hall, the prospects of Africa and the future of Mega Cities. • Business Report – 2 Articles on Mega Cities Africa leading up to the event. These newspaper articles informed delegates of speakers, topics, dates and costs of the conference. A post-event news article thanked all our sponsors, delegates, speakers and exhibitors for their part in the conference’s success. • Radio 2000 – Interview scheduled with the Chief Executive Officer, Ralf Fletcher of Topco Media to discuss the purpose of the event, value to clients and the prospect of businesses venturing into Africa.

• Bizcommunity – Pre- and post-event coverage on the Mega Cities Africa Conference and Expo. • Media Partners – Brooke Pattrick and Reale Media • African Energy – Single Page in April 2013 (Readership: 7,845; Circulation: 2,615) • Building Africa – Single Page in April 2013 (Readership: 9,372; Circulation: 3, 140) • Water Sewage & Effluent – Single Page in May 2013 (Readership: 9,420; Circulation: 3,140) • Sustain – Single Page in November 2013 (Readership: 8,439; Circulation: 2,813) • Civil Engineering Contractor – Single Page in April 2013 (Readership: 9,498; Circulation: 3,166) • Urban Green File – DPS in April 2013 (Readership: 9,750; Circulation: 3,250)

Email Marketing Pre- and Post-Event marketing campaigns include 5 press releases and 10 emailers that went out to the Topco Media database of 45 000 subscribers of South Africa’s top companies.

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ver the years, Eskom has been acutely aware of the impact it could have on improving the lives of the people of South Africa. Eskom Chairman Zola Tsotsi, recognises that there are enormous socio-economic possibilities that can be unlocked through the power of transformation. When a company is fully transformed, its impact is felt not only within the company, but also in the greater community in which it operates. This is especially true of Eskom, with its extensive national footprint. Upon his appointment, Tsotsi made the undertaking that, although the utility had done a significant amount in the traditional sense of transformation, it could do a great deal more to transform itself. This is because his definition of transformation goes far further than that of most people. “There are different kinds of transformation,” says Tsotsi. “One of them is business transformation, which is something that Eskom has been doing over the years and doing very well. It has adapted and engineered the business continuously to cope with the challenges of the day.” The measures that Eskom has put in place to ensure that business transformation is a continual process, include the overhaul of IT infrastructure, the building of new plants and the constant reformulation of business process and strategies. However, Tsotsi believes that improvement can still be achieved, especially in the area of plant maintenance. “When it comes to plant mainte-

nance, we are faced with a dichotomy,” says Tsotsi. “We are trying to keep the lights on while managing a very tight electricity system. This means that shutting down plant for regular maintenance is a major event that requires careful consideration. It is a balancing act which must take multiple aspects into account and be done with diligence and precision. This provides another opportunity for us to showcase our prowess in business transformation. We have been successful in the past in dealing with similar issues.” Another kind of transformation is to transform people. Tsotsi regards people transformation as being of paramount importance to the success of any business. When Tsotsi was appointed to his position, one of the first remarks he made to senior management was that Eskom’s most important asset was its people. He has made it his purpose to create an enabling environment where people feel valued and are therefore best able to deliver what is expected of them. “There are two aspects to people transformation. One deals with ensuring that the breadth of the organisation is transformed. This is typically the employment equity aspects such as race, gender and disability. Here we go by the old adage that whatever gets measured, gets managed. Eskom’s annual results are testimony to its excellence in this area. However, we need to look deeper at what they actually mean. When we say that we have 45% women in the workplace, they may only be located in four departments whereas the rest of the organisation

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“Our safety standards have to be far higher than the standards of most other businesses.”

may be dominated by men.” Transformation is about equal representation at all levels and ensuring that the stereotypical gender or race positions feature equitable representation. As always, Tsotsi’s no-nonsense leadership style does not concern bandying fancy words about, but rather applying these concepts to the reality of the business situation. The other aspect deals with the depth of transformation in the organi-

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sation. This aspect involves people’s attitudes, mind-sets, outlook, etc. It deals with how employees from different walks of life interact with one another. It also deals with peoples’ aptitude in dealing with change. It is important to look at how an organisation treats its people; how they feel about being employed – and empowered – by Eskom. There is a huge difference between a person who gets up in the morning with a desire to go

to work and perform, and those who drag themselves out of bed to do a job just to get paid. We look at how to get our people to a level where they look forward to coming to work on a daily basis. That has everything to do with productivity, with the creativity of people and their capacity to excel at what they are doing.” Achieving this goal is a challenge but is not impossible. It starts with leadership. To get the best out of people, those in leadership positions have to understand their environment, and be creative enough to generate ideas that create job excitement – and be humble enough to listen to the people and empower them to feel valued. This is an ongoing challenge that Tsotsi and his team constantly address and re-evaluate.

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The final area of transformation that Tsotsi targeted is procurement. In an enterprise such as Eskom, where the annual procurement expenditure is significant by any definition, the way in which procurement spend is allocated has the potential to make a real impact. “Our procurement is in the order of billions of rand per annum and, apart from our business imperative, we have a social responsibility. We are a stateowned company with a developmental mandate. This means Eskom has a duty to contribute towards the creation of social equity in the country as well to as the economic empowerment of previously disadvantaged groups.” Through our massive procurement requirements we are in a unique position to sustain / support, create and intervene in certain industries. One of the stumbling blocks for empowerment companies is the lack of infrastructure. Infrastructure is necessary firstly, to demonstrate the ability to execute the work on time, at the right cost and quality. Secondly, once the work has been secured, it is essential to develop the business into a viable going concern that can grow beyond a particular contract. Tsotsi says that the establishment of the Supplier Development and Localisation (SD&L) requirements in Eskom’s Standard Conditions of Tendering is the right step towards addressing some of these challenges while also ensuring widespread economic growth for South Africa.

Tsotsi places great importance on transformation imperatives. He sought the shareholder’s support to make transformation an oversight matter at board level with the same prominence as corporate governance, business sustainability and ethics. To ensure that the spirit of transformation permeates the company, Tsotsi went on provincial visits with the Chief Executive, Brian Dames, to spend time discussing issues with staff members. In addition to discussing the transformation imperatives, Tsotsi found that safety was of major concern to Eskom employees with whom he interacted. He is well aware that safety measures are only one half of the battle. To keep

B-BBEE Focus - The focal point of Eskom’s BEE Strategy is the sustainable development and empowerment of local Black businesses, while continuing to uphold Eskom’s core values. - Sustainability at Eskom refers to providing affordable energy and related services through the integration and consideration of economic development, environmental quality and social equity into business practices in order to continually improve performance and underpin development. - Eskom has integrated sustainable development issues into decision-making for many years. Given that our sector is long term in nature and that many decisions have implications for decades, it is vital that we take robust and responsible decisions.

injuries and fatalities as close to zero as possible, a culture of safe behaviour has to be instilled. “Electricity is a very dangerous product and many people do not know how to handle it, even those who work with it,” says Tsotsi. “Our safety standards have to be far higher than the standards of most other businesses. However, our safety measures are not restricted only to electricity, because there are many other unrelated injuries and fatalities that may and do occur.” For this reason, Eskom has adopted as a lifestyle the approach of placing the emphasis on being a safe and caring company. Its internal communications tell employees how important they are to the company and give them tips about staying safe on the roads when they are travelling for work or on holiday. “We turned 90 on 1 March 2013 and as an organisation, we have to leave a legacy for future generations so that they can say we built up the momentum to carry on for another 90 years.” Through a culture of caring and continuous transformation, Eskom is indeed gearing itself towards the next 90 years as a utility that will leave a lasting and positive impact on all the citizens of South Africa.

“Transformation is about equal representation at all levels.”

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Government is focused on accelerated public sector reform. They need to improve the lives of citizens, boost investor confidence and become the catalyst for sustainable success stories in Africa. We are aligned to assisting government to be at the forefront of this reform.

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entral to this is the enactment of BroadBased Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBBE), which seeks to create representative opportunities within business, as well as within government participation through procurement and tender processes. At the heart of this is a scorecard that rates business and agencies according to seven criteria – ownership, management control, employment equity, skills development, preferential procurement, enterprise development and socio-economic development. According to the government overview by Ernst&Young 2012/13, this is the breakdown for the year ahead. Infrastructure development is high on South Africa’s government’s agenda. Governments are steadily spearheading unprecedented levels of investment in infrastructure. This has delivered the opportunity to provide services to lead vast capital programmes such as: strategic portfolio and programme management, infrastructure monitoring, reporting and other related advisory services. Financial transformation within the public sector is significant as public institutions are being increasingly scrutinised for their effectiveness in discharging government services and managing public funds. This has led to clients wanting to achieve clean audits. Achieving effectiveness and greater return from internal audits is important for government. Increasingly, government is searching for ways to incorporate internal audits and risk management as part of their strategic conversations, which will ultimately help them achieve effective service

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delivery to citizens. Our government sector has sound legislation and regulations that is comparable to the best globally, such as the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA). To obtain maximum benefit from our sound legislation and regulations, this has to be supported by the effective implementation of appropriate systems and resources. Effective implementation is the current challenge facing the sector and two areas can be highlighted: • Skills shortage: The shortage of appropriately skilled professionals in the public finance management area is impacting financial reporting and good governance. The government sector needs to be more innovative in attracting and retaining the best talent. • Systems: Government departments need to ensure they partner with the right advisors to ensure the successful implementation of IT systems. IT systems should be selected by demand side of the government department/ entity i.e. based on their needs and not by the supply side where systems are

available and implemented without consideration of the needs. • Accounting systems: Government departments are currently on modified cash basis - which is the first step towards accrual accounting which should be the long term objective. The accrual basis of accounting will provide users with more reliable and relevant information regarding governments’ assets, liabilities and any obligations. It also provides users with information regarding managements’ performances with resources to achieve its service mandate.

STATISTICS • SA’s corporate tax rate – 28% – is lower than the major developed economies • 400,000 people were served with basic water supply in 2010 • R831-million of irregular spending occurred in government departments during 2009/2010 Sources: BEE News, DTI and Info.gov.za www.beenews.co.za, www.thedti.gov.za, www.info.gov.za

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Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality......(043) 705 2000 City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality ......................................... (021) 400 1111 City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality...........................................(086) 056 2874 City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality. (012) 358 9999 Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality.......(011) 999 7108 Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality.........(031) 311 1111 Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality .......................(041) 506 3111 .

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Amajuba District Municipality..................(034) 329 7200 Amathole District Municipality.................(043) 701 4000 Bojanala Platinum District Municipality....(014) 590 4500 Chris Hani District Municipality................(045) 808 4600 Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality................................(053) 927 2222 Eden District Municipality.......................(044) 803 1300 Ehlanzeni District Municipality.................(013) 759 8500 Fezile Dabi District Municipality...............(016) 970 8600 Frances Baard District Municipality.........(053) 838 0911 Gert Sibande District Municipality............(017) 811 9417 Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality.(013) 262 7300 Joe Gqabi District Municipality................(045) 979 3000 Kenneth Kaunda (Dr) District Municipality.(018) 473 8000 Lejweleputswa District Municipality.........(057) 353 3094 Mopani District Municipality....................(015) 811 6300 Motheo District Municipality....................(051) 407 3200 Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality.(018) 381 9400 Nkangala District Municipality.................(013) 249 2000 OR Tambo District Municipality................(047) 501 6400 Overberg District Municipality.................(028) 425 1157 Sedibeng District Municipality.................(016) 450 3000 Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality.. (058) 713 4485 Ugu District Municipality.........................(039) 688 5700 Ukhahlamba District Municipality............(045) 979 3000 Umzinyathi District Municipality...............(034) 219 1500 Uthukela District Municipality..................(036) 638 5100 uThungulu District Municipality...............(035) 799 2501 Vhembe District Municipality...................(015) 960 2000 Waterberg District Municipality...............(014) 718 3300 West Coast District Municipality..............(022) 433 8400 West Rand District Municipality...............(011) 411 5000 Xhariep District Municipality....................(051) 713 9300 Zululand District Municipality..................(035) 874 5500 .

Local Councils/Municpalities

Khara Hais Local Municipality.................(054) 338 7000 Abaqulusi Local Municipality...................(034) 982 2133 Aganang Local Municipality....................(015) 295 1400 Albert Luthuli Local Municipality..............(017) 843 4000 Amahlathi Local Municipality..................(043) 683 1100 Ba-Phalaborwa Local Municipality...........(015) 780 6300 Baviaans Local Municipality....................(044) 923 1004 Beaufort West Local Municipality.............(023) 414 8100 Bela-Bela Local Municipality...................(014) 736 8000 Bergrivier Local Municipality...................(022) 913 1126 Bitou Local Municipality..........................(044) 501 3000 Blouberg Local Municipality....................(015) 505 7100 Blue Crane Route Local Municipality........(042) 243 1333 Breede Valley Local Municipality.............(023) 348 2600 Bushbuckridge Local Municipality...........(013) 799 1851 Camdeboo Local Municipality.................(049) 807 5700 Cape Agulhas Local Municipality.............(028) 425 5500

Cederberg Local Municipality...................(027) 482 8000 City of Matlosana Local Municipality.........(018) 487 8300 Dihlabeng Local Municipality...................(058) 303 5732 Dipaleseng Local Municipality..................(017) 773 0055 Ditsobotla Local Municipality....................(018) 632 6955 Drakenstein Local Municipality.................(021) 807 4500 Elias Motswaledi Local Municipality..........(013) 262 3056 Elundini Local Municipality.......................(045) 932 1085 Emakhazeni Local Municipality.................(013) 253 1121 Emalahleni Local Municipality..................(013) 690 6911 Emfuleni Local Municipality.....................(016) 950 5000 Engcobo Local Municipality......................(047) 548 1221 Ephraim Mogale Local Municipality..........(013) 261 8400 Fetakgomo Local Municipality..................(015) 622 8000 Gariep Local Municipality.........................(051) 653 1777 George Local Municipality........................(044) 801 9111 Govan Mbeki Local Municipality ..............(017) 620 6300 Greater Giyani Local Municipality.............(015) 811 5500 Greater Kei Local Municipality..................(043) 831 1028 Greater Letaba Local Municipality............(015) 309 9246 Greater Taung Local Municipality..............(053) 994 9400 Greater Tubatse Local Municipality...........(013) 231 1000 Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality..........(015) 307 8000 Hessequa Local Municipality....................(028) 713 8000 Hibiscus Coast Local Municipality ............(039) 688 2000 Hlabisa Local Municipality ......................(035) 838 8500 Ikwezi Local Municipality.........................(049) 836 0021 Ingwe Local Municipality..........................(039) 833 1038 Inkwanca Local Municipality....................(045) 967 0021 Intsika Yethu Local Municipality................(047) 874 8700 Inxuba Yethemba Local Municipality.........(048) 801 5000 Jozini Local Municipality..........................(035) 572 1292 JS Moroka (Dr) Local Municipality............(013) 973 1101 Kagisano Local Municipality.....................(053) 998 3346 Kannaland Local Municipality...................(028) 551 1023 Kgetleng Rivier Local Municipality............(014) 543 2004 King Sabatha Dalindyebo Local Municipality.... (047) 501 4239 Knysna Local Municipality........................(044) 302 6300 Kopanong Local Municipality...................(051) 713 9200 Kouga Local Municipality.........................(042) 200 2200 Kou-Kamma Local Municipality................(042) 288 7200 Kungwini Local Municipality.....................(013) 932 6200 KwaDukuza Local Municipality.................(032) 437 5000 Laingsburg Local Municipality..................(023) 551 1019 Langeberg Local Municipality...................(023) 615 8000 Lekwa Local Municipality.........................(017) 712 9600 Lekwa-teemane Local Municipality...........(053) 441 2206 Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality...........(015) 633 4500 Lephalale Local Municipality....................(014) 763 2193 Lesedi Local Municipality.........................(016) 340 4300 Lukhanji Local Municipality......................(045) 807 2600 Madibeng Local Municipality....................(012) 318 9100 Mafikeng Local Municipality.....................(018) 389 0111 Mafube Local Municipality.......................(058) 813 1051 Makana Local Municipality......................(046) 603 6111 Makhado Local Municipality.....................(015) 519 3000 Makhudutamaga Local Municipality.........(013) 265 1177 Maletswai Local Municipality...................(051) 633 2441 Maluti a Phofung Local Municipality.........(058) 718 3700 Mamusa Local Municipality.....................(053) 963 1331 Mantsopa Local Municipality....................(051) 924 0654 Maquassi Hills Local Municipality.............(018) 596 1067 Maruleng Local Municipality....................(015) 793 2409 Masilonyana Local Municipality................(057) 733 0106 Matatiele Local Municipality.....................(039) 737 3135 Matjhabeng Local Municipality.................(057) 391 3100 Matzikama Local Municipality..................(027) 201 3300 Mbhashe Local Municipality.....................(047) 489 5800 Mbizana Local Municipality......................(039) 251 0230

Mbombela Local Municipality..................(013) 759 2000 Merafong City Local Municipality ............(018) 788 9500 Metsimaholo Local Municipality..............(016) 976 0029 Mhlontlo Local Municipality.....................(047) 553 7000 Midvaal Local Municipality......................(016) 360 7400 Mkhondo Local Municipality....................(017) 826 2211 Mnquma Local Municipality....................(047) 401 2400 Mogalakwena Local Municipality.............(015) 491 9600 Mogale City Local Municipality................(011) 668 0500 Mohokare Local Municipality...................(051) 673 9600 Molopo Local Municipality......................(053) 933 0029 Mookgophong Local Municipality............(014) 743 6600 Moqhaka Local Municipality....................(056) 216 9115 Moretele Local Municipality....................(012) 716 1300 Moses Kotane Local Municipality............(014) 555 1300 Mossel Bay Local Municipality................(044) 606 5000 Msukalingwa Local Municipality..............(017) 801 3500 Msunduzi Local Municipality ..................(033) 392 3000 Musina Local Municipality......................(015) 534 6100 Mutale Local Municipality.......................(015) 967 9600 Nala Local Municipality...........................(056) 514 9200 Naledi Local Municipality........................(051) 541 0012 Ndlambe Local Municipality....................(046) 624 1140 Ngqushwa Local Municipality..................(040) 673 3095 Ngwathe Local Municipality....................(056) 816 2700 Nketoana Local Municipality...................(058) 863 2811 Nkomazi Local Municipality.....................(013) 790 0245 Nkonkobe Local Municipality...................(046) 645 7400 Ntabankulu Local Municipality.................(039) 258 0056 Nxuba Local Municipality........................(046) 684 0034 Nyandeni Local Municipality....................(047) 555 5000 Oudtshoorn Local Municipality................(044) 203 3000 Overstrand Local Municipality.................(028) 313 8000 Phumelela Local Municipality..................(058) 913 8300 Pixley Ka Seme Local Municipality...........(017) 734 6100 Polokwane Local Municipality.................(015) 290 2000 Port St Johns Local Municipality.............(047) 564 1207 Prince Albert Local Municipality..............(023) 541 1320 Qaukeni Local Municipality.....................(039) 252 0131 Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality.....(018) 642 1081 Randfontein Local Municipality................(011) 411 0051 Ratlou Local Municipality........................(018) 330 7000 Rustenburg Local Municipality................(014) 590 3111 Sakhisizwe Local Municipality.................(047) 877 0167 Saldanha Bay Local Municipality ............(022) 701 7000 Senqu Local Municipality........................(051) 603 0019 Setsoto Local Municipality......................(051) 933 9300 Stellenbosch Local Municipality..............(021) 808 8890 Steve Tshwete Local Municipality............(013) 249 7000 Sunday's River Valley Local Municipality..(042) 230 7700 Swartland Local Municipality...................(022) 487 9400 Swellendam Local Municipality...............(028) 514 8500 Thaba Chweu Local Municipality.............(013) 235 7000 Thabazimbi Local Municipality................(014) 777 1525 Theewaterskloof Local Municipality.........(028) 214 3300 Thembelihle Local Municipality...............(053) 203 0005 Thulamela Local Municipality..................(015) 962 7500 Tokologo Local Municipality....................(053) 541 0014 Tsolwana Local Municipality...................(045) 846 0033 Tswaing Local Municipality.....................(053) 948 0900 Tswelopele Local Municipality.................(051) 853 1111 Umdoni Local Municipality .....................(039) 976 1202 Umhlathuze Local Municipality................(035) 907 5000 Umjindi Local Municipality......................(013) 712 2121 Umzimvubu Local Municipality................(039) 255 0166 Ventersdorp Local Municipality................(018) 264 8500 Victor Khanye Local Municipality.............(013) 665 6000 Westonaria Local Municipality.................(011) 278 3000

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LOCAL Government Agencies & Bodies

City of Joburg Property Company (Pty) Ltd.(011) 339 2700 City of Johannesburg Property Company SOC (Ltd)................................(010) 219 9000 Coega Development Corporation (Pty) Ltd..............................(041) 403 0400 Durban Investment Promotion Agency.....(031) 311 4227 East London Industrial Development Zone (Pty) Ltd....................(043) 702 8200 Johannesburg Development Agency (Pty) Ltd.(011) 688 7850 Johannesburg Housing Company............(011) 241 6900 Mafikeng Industrial Development Zone (Pty) Ltd........................................(018) 381 0836

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT Provincial Government Departments

Agriculture - Free State..........................(051) 506 1612 Agriculture - Limpopo............................(015) 294 3151 Agriculture - Western Cape.....................(021) 483 4700 Agriculture and Rural Development Gauteng...................................................(011) 355 1432 Agriculture and Rural Development - North West......................(018) 389 5056 Agriculture, Environmental Affairs and Rural Development - KwaZulu-Natal.(033) 341 9600 Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development - Northern Cape.................(053) 838 9100 Agriculture, Rural Development and Land Administration - Mpumalanga.... (013) 766 6074 Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation KwaZulu - Natal.....................................(033) 342 6300 Community Safety - Gauteng..................(011) 689 3618 Community Safety - Western Cape..........(021) 483 3871 Community Safety, Security and Liaison - Mpumalanga.....................(013) 766 4075 Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs - KwaZulu-Natal..........(033) 264 5500 Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs - Mpumalanga.............(013) 766 6321 Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs Northern Cape.......................................(053) 830 9422 Cooperative Governance, Traditional Affairs and Human Settlements - Free State... (051) 405 5304 Cultural Affairs and Sport - Western Cape.. (021) 483 9800 Culture, Sport and Recreation - Mpumalanga.(013) 766 5078 Economic Development and Enviromental Affairs - Eastern Cape........(040) 609 3218 Economic Development and Planning - Gauteng................................(011) 355 8703 Economic Development and Tourism - KwaZulu-Natal.....................................(031) 310 5300 Economic Development, Environment and Tourism - Limpopo...........................(015) 293 8523 Economic Development, Environment and Tourism -Mpumalanga.....................(013) 766 4554 Economic Development, Environment and Tourism - North West....(018) 387 7996 Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs - Free State....(051) 400 4904 Education - Free State............................(051) 404 8411 Education - Gauteng..............................(011) 355 0909 Education - KwaZulu-Natal.....................(033) 355 2450 Education - Limpopo..............................(015) 290 7600 Education - Mpumalanga.......................(013) 766 5385 Education - North West..........................(018) 387 3700 Education - Northern Cape.....................(053) 830 7160 Education - Western Cape......................(021) 467 2523 Education and Training - Eastern Cape....(040) 608 4202 Environment and Nature Conservation - Northern Cape.....................................(053) 832 1022

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Finance - Gauteng.................................(011) 689 8081 Finance - KwaZulu-Natal........................(033) 846 6997 Finance - Mpumalanga..........................(013) 766 4597 Finance - North West.............................(018) 388 3445 Finance and Provincial Planning - Eastern Cape......................................(040) 609 4889 Finance, Economic Affairs and Tourism - Northern Cape....................................(053) 830 8401 Finance, Economic Development and Tourism - Western Cape...................(021) 483 3531 Health - Eastern Cape............................(040) 608 1114 Health - Free State.................................(051) 408 1105 Health - KwaZulu-Natal..........................(033) 395 2016 Health - North West................................(018) 388 2040 Health - Northern Cape..........................(053) 830 2000 Health - Western Cape...........................(021) 483 5417 Health and Social Development - Gauteng.(011) 355 3235 Health and Social Development - Limpopo.(015) 293 6005 Health and Social Development - Mpumalanga..(013) 766 3094 Human Settlements - Free State.............(051) 405 4727 Human Settlements - Mpumalanga.........(013) 766 6607 Human Settlements - Western Cape........(021) 483 4466 Human Settlements and Public Works - KwaZulu-Natal.....................................(033) 261 8997 Human Settlements, Safety and Liaison - Eastern Cape......................................(043) 711 9777 Human Settlements, Safety and Liaison - North West...............................(018) 387 6002 Infrastructure Development - Gauteng.....(011) 355 5010 Local Government and Housing - Gauteng.(011) 355 4000 Local Government and Housing - Limpopo.(015) 294 2316 Local Government and Traditional Affairs - Eastern Cape......................................(040) 609 5231 Local Government and Traditional Affairs - North West..........................................(018) 387 3688 Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning - Western Cape.(021) 483 3915 Office of the Premier - Eastern Cape ......(040) 609 6301 Office of the Premier - Free State............(051) 405 5799 Office of the Premier - Gauteng..............(011) 355 6000 Office of the Premier - Kwazulu Natal......(033) 341 3329 Office of the Premier - Limpopo..............(015) 287 6000 Office of the Premier - Mpumalanga.......(013) 766 2473 Office of the Premier - North West..........(018) 387 3134 Office of the Premier - Northern Cape ....(053) 838 2600 Office of the Premier - Western Cape......(021) 483 4705 Police, Roads and Transport - Free State.(051) 409 8851 Provincial Treasury - Free State...............(051) 405 4141 Provincial Treasury - Limpopo.................(015) 298 7100 Public Works - Limpopo..........................(015) 293 9376 Public Works and Rural Development - Free State...........................................(051) 405 5712 Public Works, Roads and Transport - Eastern Cape......................................(040) 609 4024 Public Works, Roads and Transport - Mpumalanga.......................................(013) 766 6804 Public Works, Roads and Transport - West.(018) 388 1454 Roads and Public Transport - Gauteng.....(011) 355 7501 Roads and Public Transport - Limpopo....(015) 295 1015 Roads and Public Works Northern Cape.......................................(053) 839 2100 Rural Development and Agrarian Reform - Eastern Cape......................................(040) 609 3472 Safety, Security and Liaison - Limpopo....(015) 290 2996 Social Development - Free State.............(051) 400 0303 Social Development - KwaZulu-Natal.......(033) 342 6300 Social Development - Western Cape........(021) 483 3158 Social Development, Women, Children and People with Disabilities - Eastern Cape..(040) 608 9125 Social Development, Women, Children and People withDisabilities - North West.. (018) 388 2040

Social Services and Population Development - Northern Cape.................(053) 807 5600 Sport, Arts and Culture - Limpopo...........(015) 284 4009 Sport, Arts and Culture - North West........(018) 387 8121 Sport, Arts and Culture - Northern Cape..(053) 831 4152 Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation Free State............................................(051) 410 4726 Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation - Gauteng.............................(011) 355 2504 Transport - Eastern Cape........................(043) 604 7415 Transport and Community Safety and Liaison - KwaZulu-Natal.........................(033) 342 2626 Transport and Public Works - Western Cape... (021) 483 2200 Transport, Safety and Liaison Northern Cape.......................................(053) 839 1719

Provincial Government Agencies

Agricultural Research Council (ARC)........(012) 427 9700 AIDC Development Centre (Pty) Ltd.........(012) 564 5300 Casidra (Pty) Ltd ...................................(021) 863 5000 Eastern Cape Development Corporation...(043) 704 5600 Eastern Cape Gambling & Betting Board.. (043) 702 8300 Free State Development Corporation.......(051) 400 0800 Free State Gambling and Racing Board...(051) 404 0300 Gauteng Economic Development Agency .. (011) 833 8750 Gauteng Enterprise Propellar .................(011) 521 9800 Invest North West South Africa................(014) 594 2570 Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited................................(031) 907 8911 Ithala Development Finance Corporation Limited................................(031) 907 8911 Johannesburg Roads Agency (Pty) Ltd.....(011) 298 5000 Limpopo Business Support Agency..........(015) 287 3000 Limpopo Economic Development Enterprise.(015) 633 4700 Mandela Bay Development Agency..........(041) 811 8200 Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency .. (013) 755 6328 North West Gambling Board....................(018) 381 5305 Roads Agency Limpopo (Pty) Ltd.............(015) 291 4236 Trade & Investment Limpopo..................(015) 295 5171 Trans Caledon Tunnel Authority ..............(012) 683 1200 Western Cape Gambling & Racing Board.(021) 480 7400 Western Cape Investment and Trade Promotion Agency .................................(021) 487 8600

NATIONAL GOVERNMENT National Government Departments

Civilian Secretariat of Police....................(012) 393 2500 Department for Women, Children and People with Disabilities....................(012) 359 0071 Department in the Presidency for National Planning Commission................(012) 300 5200 Department in the Presidency for Performance Monitoring, Evaluation and Administration.................................(012) 300 5200 Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.........................................(012) 319 6000 Department of Arts and Culture...............(012) 441 3000 Department of Basic Education...............(012) 357 3000 Department of Communications..............(012) 427 8000 Department of Cooperative Governance...........................................(012) 334 0600 Department of Correctional Services.......(012) 307 2000 Department of Defence & Military Veterans..(012) 355 6200 Department of Economic Development....(012) 394 3799 Department of Energy............................(012) 444 4000 Department of Environmental Affairs.......(012) 310 3911 Department of Health.............................(012) 395 8000 Department of Higher Education and Training...........................................(012) 312 5555 Department of Home Affairs....................(012) 406 2507 Department of Human Settlements..........(012) 421 1311

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PUBLIC SECTOR LISTING Department of International Relations and Cooperation......................(012) 351 1000 Department of Justice and Constitutional Development....................(012) 315 1111 Department of Labour............................(012) 309 4000 Department of Mineral Resources...........(012) 444 3956 Department of Public Enterprises............(012) 431 1000 Department of Public Service and Administration.................................(012) 336 1183 Department of Public Works...................(012) 337 3000 Department of Science and Technology..... (012) 843 6300 Department of Social Development.........(012) 312 7794 Department of State Security..................(012) 480 7622 Department of Tourism...........................(012) 310 3200 Department of Trade and Industry (the dti).(0861) 843 384 Department of Traditional Affairs.............(012) 336 5824 Department of Transport.........................(012) 309 3000 Department of Water Affairs....................(012) 336 8803 Government Communication and Information System (GCIS)................(012) 314 2900 Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD).. (012) 399 0000 National Library of South Africa...............(012) 401 9700 National Treasury...................................(012) 315 5377 Public Administration Leadership and Management Academy (PALAMA)...........(012) 441 6000 South African Police Service (SAPS)........(012) 393 1000 South African Revenue Service (SARS)....(012) 422 4000 Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA).. (012) 304 5000 Statistics South Africa (Stats SA).............(012) 310 8911

National Home Builders Registration Council ..............................(011) 317 0000 National Housing Finance Corporation(NHFC).. (011) 644 9800 National Lotteries Board.........................(012) 432 1300 National Research Foundation.................(012) 481 4000 National Student Financial Aid Scheme....(021) 763 3232 National Youth Development Agency........(011) 651 7000 Pan South African Language Board.........(012) 341 9638 Petroleum Agency SA (Pty) Ltd................(021) 938 3500 Productivity South Africa.........................(011) 848 5300 Public Investment Corporation................(012) 369 3300 Public Service Commission.....................(012) 352 1000 Railway Safety Regulator........................(011) 417 0000 Sasria SOC Limited................................(011) 881 1300 Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA).(012) 441 1000 South African Bureau of Standards..........(012) 428 7911 South African Cities Network...................(011) 407 6471 South African Local Government Association . (012) 369 8000 South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA)........................(012) 366 2600 South African Medical Research Council.. (021) 938 0911 South African National Biodiversity Institute...(012) 843 5000 South African Nuclear Energy Corporation.. (012) 305 4911 South African Weather Service................(012) 367 6000 Southern African Music Rights Organisation .(011) 712 8000 State Information Technology Agency (Pty) Ltd (SITA)...........................(012) 482 3000 The Road Traffic Management Corporation.(012) 809 5200 The South African National Roads Agency .(012) 844 8000

National Government Agencies

SETAS

The International Marketing Council of South Africa............................................. (011) 483 0122 Agrement SA Pty Ltd..............................(012) 841 3708 Agricultural Research Council.................(012) 427 9700 Auditor-General South Africa...................(012) 426 8000 Centre for Public Service Innovation........(012) 683 2800 Competition Commission .......................(012) 394 3200 Construction Industry Development Board.(012) 482 7200 Council for Geoscience...........................(012) 841 1911 Council for Medical Schemes..................(012) 431 0500 Council for Scientific & Industrial Research .... (012) 841 2911 Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa SOC Limited...................... (012) 471 3800 Film and Publication Board.....................(012) 661 0051 Financial Services Board .......................(012) 428 8000 Freedom Park Trust .............................(012) 336 4000 Government Employees Medical Scheme .(012) 362 6321 Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF).(012) 319 1911 Human Sciences Research Council ........(012) 302 2000 Independent Communications Authority of South Africa ........................(011) 566 3000 Independent Development Trust..............(012) 845 2000 Independent Electoral Commission..........(012) 428 5501 Ithemba Labs.........................................(021) 843 1000 Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA).....................................(011) 643 1100 Medical Research Council......................(021) 938 0911 MINTEK.................................................(011) 709 4111 National Agricultural Marketing Council...(011) 341 1115 National Arts Council of South Africa.......(011) 838 1383 National Council of Provinces (NCOP)......(021) 403 2321 National Development Agency ................(011) 018 5500 National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC).................(011) 328 4200 National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa..........................(011) 484 0583 National Empowerment Fund..................(011) 305 8000 National Energy Regulator of South Africa .(012) 401 4600 National Film and Video Foundation.........(011) 483 0880

Accounting Standards Board (ASB)..........(011) 697 0660 Agricultural Sector Education Training Authority (AgriSETA)...................(012) 301 5600 Banking Sector Education and Training Authority(BANKSETA)..............................(011) 805 9661 Chemical Industries Education & Training Authorities(CHIETA)................................(011) 628 7000 Clothing, Textiles, Footwear & Leather Sector Education & Training Authority (CTFLSETA).............(031) 702 4482 Construction, Education & Training Authority - CETA....................................(011) 265 5900 Education, Training and Development Practices SETA......................................(011) 372 3300 Energy Sector Education and Training Authority (ESETA)..................................(011) 274 4700 Financial and Accounting Services Sector Education & Training Authority (FASSET)..(011) 476 8570 Food and Beverages Manufacturing Industry SectorEducation Training Authority(SETA).......................................(011) 253 7300 Forest Industries Education and Training Authority (FIETA).....................................(011) 712 0600 Health and Welfare SETA (HW SETA)........(011) 607 6900 Information Systems, Electronics and Telecommunications technologies (ISETT SETA)..........................................(011) 207 2600 Insurance Sector Education & Training Authority (INSETA).......................(011) 544 2000 Local Government Sector Education Training Authority (LGSETA).....................(011) 456 8579 Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA (merSETA)...........(010) 219 3000 Media, Advertising, Publishing, Printing and Packaging SETA (MAPPP SETA)........(011) 234 2311 Mining Qualifications Authority................(011) 630 3500 Safety & Security, Sector Education & Training Authority..................................(011) 347 0200 Services Sector Education Training Authority (SERVICES SETA).....................(011) 276 9600 South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).. (012) 431 5000 Transport Education Training Authority (TETA).. (011) 781 1280

Umalusi Council for Quality Assurance in General & Further Education & Training..... (012) 349 1510 Wholesale & Retail Sector Education Training Authority (W&RSETA).................(012) 622 9500

Chapter 9 Institutions

Children's Rights and Responsibilities Branch.(012) 300 5501 Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration.......................................(011) 377 6650 Commission for the Promotion and Protection of theRights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities......(011) 537 7600 Commission on Gender Equality (CGE).....(011) 403 7182 Commission on Restitution of Land Rights.(012) 312 9244 Franchise Association of Southern Africa(FASA)..(011) 615 0359 Lifeline Southern Africa..........................(011) 715 2000 Press Freedom Commission...................(011) 482 5706

NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONSSECTION 21 Section 21 - Foundations

Amy Biehl Foundation Trust....................(021) 462 5052 BHP Billiton Development Trust...............(011) 376 9111 Dell Development Fund..........................(083) 260 9996 Palabora Foundation..............................(015) 769 5000 Rainbow and Smiles Foundation.............(083) 4600 999 Rose Foundation....................................(021) 448 7492 Sasol Siyakha Trust................................(017) 631 1683 Telkom Foundation.................................(012) 311 2186 The Nepad Business Foundation.............(011) 884 1888 Vodacom Foundation Trust......................(011) 653 5000

Section 21 - Companies & Organisations

Africa Bio...............................................(012) 844 0126 Africa Institute of South Africa.................(012) 304 9700 Anglo American Zimele Empowerment Initiative Limited.....................................(011) 638 4172 Black Management Forum Investment Company Limited...................................(011) 430 8560 Business Against Crime South Africa.......(011) 833 0717 Business Unity South Africa (BUSA).........(011) 784 8000 Dreamworker..........................................(021) 6964640 Enablis Entrepreneural Network South Africa...........................................(011) 234 2526 Independent Municipal & Allied Trade Union ..........................................(021) 597 1300 Lovelife.................................................(011) 523 1000 Maputo Corridor Logistics Initiative..........(013) 755 6025 Micro Finance South Africa.....................(012) 346 1081 Middelburg Chamber of Commerce.........(013) 243 2253 National Business Initiative.....................(011) 544 6000 National Student Financial Aid Scheme....(021) 763 3232 National Urban Reconstruction & Housing Agency(NURCHA)...................................(011) 214 8700 Purchasing Consortium Southern Africa...(012) 349 0850 Read Educational Trust...........................(011) 496 3322 Softstart Business Technology Incubator (Pty) Ltd..................................(011) 695 4800 South African Banking Risk Information Centre ..(011) 847 3000 South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC)...................(011) 847 3000 Strategic Partners in Tourism t/a Tourism Enterprise Partnership (TEP)...................(011) 880 3790 Timbali Technology Incubator..................(013) 752 4247 Umsombomvu Youth Fund......................(011) 805 9724 Umvoto Africa (Pty) Ltd...........................(021) 788 8031 Wines of South Africa (WOSA).................(021) 883 3860 Women's Legal Centre Trust...................(021) 424 5660 Woza Moya............................................(039) 834 0023 IMPUMELELO

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11-MILLION JOBS: ZUMA CALLS FOR TEAMWORK

In my last meeting with the business community, the sector indicated that for the economy to grow threefold, we must remove certain obstacles. Working together we will find a solution to youth unemployment.

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ZUMA CALLS FOR TEAMWORK | FEATURE

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outh Africa's National Development Plan has set the ambitious target of creating 11-million jobs by 2030, which will require teamwork to get the economy growing at a rate of more than 5% a year, says President Jacob Zuma. Delivering his State of the Nation Address to a joint sitting of Parliament in Cape Town, Zuma said South Africa's gross domestic product (GDP) growth was expected to average 2.5% in 2013, down from 3.1% the previous year - and half the minimum 5% growth rate required to create 11 million jobs by 2030. "In my last meeting with the business community, the sector indicated that for the economy to grow threefold, we must remove certain obstacles. "We will engage business, labour and other social partners in pursuit of solutions. No single force acting individually can achieve the objectives we have set for ourselves." Zuma said the National Development Plan (NDP), the country's vision for the next 20 years, contained proposals for tackling the problems of poverty, inequality and unemployment, while outlining interventions to put the economy on a better footing.

Youth unemployment Noting that just over a third of the population was under the age of 15, Zuma said that South Africa, like many other countries, was faced with a crisis of youth unemployment. "Last May I asked constituencies at Nedlac to discuss youth employment incentives. I am pleased that discussions have been concluded and that an agreement has been reached on key principles. The parties will sign the accord," Zuma said. These incentives would add to what the government was already doing to empower young South Africans, Zuma said, noting that state-owned companies provided apprenticeships and learnerships and urging that these be increased.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We will engage business, labour and other social partners in pursuit of solutions. No single force acting individually can achieve the objectives we have set for ourselves.â&#x20AC;? Appeal to the private sector Zuma also appealed to the private sector "to absorb 11 000 FET [Further Education and Training college] graduates who are awaiting placements" - equivalent to the number of young people that the government had enrolled in various training programmes under its National Rural Youth Services Corps. The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform, which runs this Corps, was also planning to create nine Rural Youth Hubs per province, including in the 23 poorest districts in the country. "We will also use the Expanded Public Works Programme and the Community Work programme to absorb young people," Zuma said, adding: "Working together we will find a solution to youth unemployment." Regarding small business - recognised as key for job creation in the country - Zuma said a key project for the Presidency currently was to get government departments to pay small businesses within 30 days. "Departments are required to submit monthly reports so that we can monitor progress in this regard," Zuma said, adding: "We have taken a decision that accounting officers who fail to execute this directive should face consequences."

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Uniquely South African Few people may know about the second Chamber of Parliament, the National Council of Provinces, but it’s a central link between Parliament and the people of this country.

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government that has given ordinary people greater access to governance and service delivery. On paper, according to the Constitution, it’s our second Chamber of Parliament, but in reality

it’s far more than that. The NCOP is an essential link to the people of South Africa who live beyond the main urban centres. As the Parliamentary Chamber, which represents the country’s nine provinces (Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and Western Cape), it brings governance closer to the people. A great deal of government responsibility falls on the provincial legislatures, the second tier of government, who nominate 10 representatives (six of them permanent) to the NCOP. It also has close links with the third tier of government that comprises of local municipalities, at grassroots level. The South African Local Government Association can participate in NCOP meetings, although it may not vote. Therefore, the NCOP is the structure that helps make South Africa’s democracy a truly participative and transparent one. That is reflected in the work it has done since it was formed when it replaced the old second Chamber, the Senate, in 1997. While the primary function of the NCOP is to represent the views of the provinces, it also acts as a house of review. In this role, it sometimes refers legislation back to the National Assembly with suggested improvements. For legislation to be passed in the NCOP, five of the nine provinces have to vote in favour of a Bill. A constitutional amendment (Section 74) requires the approval of six of the nine provinces. The NCOP celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2012 and has marked the occasion with wide-ranging activities,

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of academia has in no way removed it from its roots among the people. One of its most important projects is “Taking Parliament to the People”. For 10 years, twice a year, Members of Parliament, government ministers, the President and the Deputy President in turn travel to remote rural areas, where they erect vast marquees and invite local citizens to voice their concerns and demands

“It’s clear that children are aware of their rights. Our task is to continue promoting and protecting them by tightening laws and policies.”

Clockwise from opposite: Wise words: Mahlangu delivers the Project Democracy lecture. Letting the children speak: NCOP Deputy Chair Thandi Memela gathers a brood of youngsters around her at the Children’s Rights seminar. Consulting the people: NCOP Chair Mninwa Mahlangu listens closely to a troubled citizen. Taking Parliament to the People: the NCOP invites citizens to voice their demands.

culminating in a new initiative, “Project Democracy: The Role of Parliament in General and the NCOP in Particular”, which aims to establish a “dynamic partnership” with SA’s tertiary sector. Project Democracy was launched early in 2013 with a lecture at the University of the Western Cape – an appropriate choice, as this university was earmarked under apartheid as a coloureds-only, second-class institution. However, following its vigorous participation in the struggle for democracy and the negotiation process which followed, it is now regarded as one of South Africa’s most progressive, upcoming universities. The NCOP’s foray into the world

Unhindered by their suits and smart clothing, the country’s leaders travel through the dusty streets visiting clinics, schools, emerging industries and citizens’ homes, identifying problems and noting where action is needed. This year in March, Taking Parliament to the People was held in the farming and mining town of Carolina in one of the country’s poorest provinces – Mpumalanga. Among the NCOP’s biggest concerns was the quality of water in this region (which is reportedly polluted by acid mine water), the dilapidated schools and lack of rural development and health facilities. The Chair of the NCOP, Mninwa Mahlangu, explains why Carolina was singled out. “We visit areas which are still lagging behind because it’s there that much remains to be done. Some work has been completed, but there’s still more to do.” At the heart of Taking Parliament to the People lies the philosophy that the NCOP is at the cutting edge of overseeing co-operative governance. As a result, the programme is now delivered in three stages: intensive preplanning which includes on-the-ground research and a public meeting to hear

the challenges directly from the people, feedback from the executives during the main programme on issues picked up during the preliminary stages and, finally, a concerted follow-up. “The NCOP’s Taking Parliament gives effect to the constitutional promise that the NCOP serves as a forum for consideration of matters affecting provinces,” Mahlangu says. A Children’s Rights seminar was another recent NCOP initiative. Headed by NCOP Deputy Chair Thandi Memela, this project examined existing laws and policies aimed at protecting children and identifying where improvements are needed. “We wanted to hear from the youngsters themselves what they think about their rights. From that, we hoped to learn whether there was a need to amend legislation relating to children. “It’s clear that children are aware of their rights. Our task is to continue promoting and protecting them by tightening laws and policies. Times change and these laws aren’t one-sizefits-all. We need to ensure that they’re improved in line with societal changes,” says Mahlangu. Last year the NCOP initiated Local Government Week to strengthen municipalities so that they can improve their service delivery to the people. NCOP delegations spend a week in each province, meeting local councillors and providing advice and oversight of government at this level, which is closest to the people.

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 21 403 2911 Fax: +27 (0) 21 403 8219 Email: info@parliament.gov.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Sustainable Rural Communities Agriculture is central to accelerating rural development. The National Development Plan stimulates governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s efforts to provide food for all and achieve a better life for all. The Department of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform is aligned with the National Development Plan â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Vision 2030, which encourages new approaches that enable residents to become active participants in their own development. This plan identifies primary agriculture and agro-processing as necessary undertakings for the economic transformation of the rural landscape and the promotion of job creation to achieve a better life for all. Agriculture Infrastructure Development In order to address the extensive backlog in agriculture infrastructure, 1 254km of fencing was erected in support of livestock and crop production programmes. Stock water systems, shearing sheds, animal handling facilities and fully equipped dairy structures were installed in the area.

Above: MEC for Rural Develoment and Agrarian Reform Zoleka Capa Picture by the Office of the MEC Top right: MEC Zoleka Capa inspect the quality of wool in a Merino sheep while Senior Manager for Extension Nonkoliso Tamba (left) looks on. Bottom right: One of the Department's tractors ploughing land as part of the planting programme. Pictures by Thozi Manyisana

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Rural Development Co-Ordination The Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA) was established to implement and coordinate high impact programmes. A brick-making and construction project, in partnership with CETA, has been implemented to support municipalities. Youth trained in brick-making, are now sub-contracted for RDP houses. The provincial textile and sewing programme provided communities with industrial sewing machines and training. A partnership with the DTI ensures quality assurance and the marketing of garments and crafts.

Crop Production The department embarked on an aggressive crop production project to develop land. During the first year of implementation, 8 079 hectares were developed.

The department at work in 2013/14 The department has been allocated R1 714 488 billion, where R957.138 million goes towards the Compensation of Employees (COE). The balance will be spent on service delivery. The department plans the following deliverables:

Livestock Production The department will continue to mitigate disease outbreaks through effective surveillance and has successfully introduced animals of superior breeds to farmers.

1. Farm Infrastructure Support Farm infrastructure support will receive R142.7 million and land care, which falls part of natural resource conservation, R15.8 million.

Youth Development and Job Creation Fourteen learners received bursaries and two completed their veterinary medicine degrees, which remain a scarce skill in the country. Thirty students were financially supported at higher education institutions. The department also appointed 47 experiential learners and 159 interns.

2. Ploughing and Crop Production An amount of R38 million is allocated to a ploughing project to plant on 6 263 hectares of land. Other organisations will plant additional hectares.

Agriculture and Socio-Economic Research The research partnership with Western Australia University of Murdock is providing valuable education on the rehabilitation of abandoned land within the province. The

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3. Irrigation Production Systems The department has allocated R6 million for the ongoing revitalisation of irrigation schemes. R12.8 million will fund 12 irrigation infrastructure projects on farms. 4. Animal Health and Production The department has budgeted R44 million

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towards animal health for the purchasing of dipping material, sheep scab control and mobile clinics to improve access to veterinary services. Animal disease surveillance receives

tives. R14.9 million is allocated towards the completion of a red meat abattoir in Chris Hani and a poultry abattoir in Grahamstown to enable black farmer participation. 6. Farmer Development and Capacitation Provincial agriculture institutes remain concerned about farmer training and development. R8 million is allocated towards training programmes for farmers, farm workers, military veterans and traditional leaders. The Fort Cox College and Tsolo Agriculture Development Institute will receive additional funding of R11.5 million to transform them into Agricultural Training Institutes. 7. Agriculture Research Support R5 million is allocated towards research in beef, dairy, cashmere, fine wool, mohair, aquaculture and the rehabilitation of degraded range-lands. Livestock research and improvement schemes will improve community herds. Similarly, R4 million will be injected into crop production projects. 8. Special Focus on Extension Services A budget of R6.5 million is set aside for capacitating extension officers to improve overall service and R5 million towards improving their qualifications. 9. Rural Development Facilitation The budget of R122 million for ECRDA will ensure the implementation of agro-processing projects and forestry. The department will continue to facilitate integrated spatial development planning with a budget of R1.4 million.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency (ECRDA) was established to implement and coordinate high impact programmes.â&#x20AC;?

10. Effective Support Service Since 37.7% of departmental staff is above the age of 50, a skills transfer, a human resource development programme and a retention policy will be implemented. towards animal health for the purchasing of dipping material, sheep scab control and mobile clinics to improve access to veterinary services. Animal disease surveilance receives R5 million and R7 million is allocated towards the provision of improved livestock breeds.

11. Stakeholder Engagement The department will embark on an agricultural carnival to increase public participation. R2.5 million is allocated for this. All these programmes are designed to sustain rural communities and provide food security for all.

5. Agri-Business Promotion The Macadamia Nuts project in the Buffalo City municipality will be allocated R8.5 million to continue their job creation initia-

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 80 020 3025 Fax: +27 (0) 40 636 3462 Email: malamlela.ndabankulu@agr.ecprov.gov.za

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Agricultural Research Council ARC is a premier science institution that conducts research with partners, develops human capital and foster innovation in support of agriculture.

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n Agricultural Economist plays a vital role in enhancing the ability of the agricultural sector to manage and mitigate agricultural risk. In the Agricultural Research Council (ARC), the economics division pursues this aim by conducting research which ensures

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increased profitability in agriculture and improved livelihoods for farmers. While the field of agriculture is purely scientific; from breeding, production, post-harvesting handling, pest and disease management and processing; the economists carry out research to inform scientists of the various changes in the markets

so as to align scientific output to dynamic market trends. This is mainly attributed to transformation of agriculture from being supply driven to being demand driven. What value do economists add to the agricultural sector? Economists add value to agriculture by

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“The main focus is to determine the rate of return to public investment in agricultural research, so as to promote transparency and accountability of state funds.”

Left: Miss Cheidza Tsvakirai; Middle: Dr Thulasizwe Dlamini; Right: Miss Precious Tshabalala facilitating informed decision-making, providing decision support through economic and market analysis; viability and impact assessment of enterprises, projects and investments. The main focus is to determine the rate of return to public investment in agricultural research, so as to promote transparency and accountability of state funds.

To achieve this, we conduct research that estimates the rate of return of a project before it is implemented (ex-ante) and on the other hand we determine the economic return or benefits of a project that has already been implemented (ex-post). These studies take on a holistic approach which capture and integrate the diverse outcomes of government investments. Policy analysis for growth of the sector is also a major activity. “Being in the ARC economics unit has allowed me to contribute to agriculture development in my generation and contribute to natural resource conservation and for the

generations to come,” says Chiedza Tsvakirai. Agriculture economists in the ARC also offer services to external clients, such as, drafting business plans for agribusinesses and emerging farmers. The economic division provides research output that offers intelligence services, which influenced some of the major policies in the country such as the Land Reform and Conservation Agriculture. Economists provide research-based strategic advice related to economic trends. We also send out thought provoking discussions on topical issues through our internal newsletter Econ News on a monthly basis. We also contribute in reputable scientific journals. One of the most significant contribution is by Dr Thula Dlamini on “Exploring options in reforming South African land ownership: Opportunities for sharing land, labour and expertise” Agrekon, Volume 52, Supplement 2013, pages 24-45. “I believe being an agricultural economist has broadened my understanding of the world around me and is enabling me to pursue my goal of contributing to poverty alleviation”, says Precious Tshabalala The ARC provides post graduate scholarships for studies in Agricultural Economics. Dr Thula Dlamini encourages aspiring economists, saying “If you are serious about making a contribution in people’s lives, Agricultural Economics is the route to follow”.

Contact Information Tel: +27 (0) 12 427 9859 Fax: +27 (0) 12 430 5814 Email: lorraine@arc.agric.za With the QR-Code you can visit:

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Transformation in Agriculture

Tongaat Hulett is an agricultural and agri-processing business which includes integrated components of land management and property development. Through its sugar and starch operations, Tongaat Hulett produces a range of refined carbohydrate products from sugarcane and maize. Renewable energy, in the form of biofuel production and electricity generation, is of increasing importance to the business. The water-food-energy nexus is an evolving dynamic. Tongaat Hulett balances the operational requirement for sugarcane supplies to its cane processing operations with the transition of agricultural land to other uses at the appropriate times. The current focus prioritises the business leveraging its asset base in six SADC countries. Tongaat Hulett is well placed to capitalise on the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unconstrained access to sugar markets and its independent position and established business platform and size.

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BEE SOUTH AFRICA | SECTOR OVERVIEW

BEE SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa's policy of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) is not simply a moral initiative to redress the wrongs of the past. It is a pragmatic growth strategy that aims to realise the country's full economic potential while helping to bring the black majority into the economic mainstream.

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outh Africa's black middle class has more than doubled over the last eight years, growing from 1.7 million South Africans in 2004 to an estimated 4.2 million in 2012, according to new research by the UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing. Despite setbacks caused by the recent recession, South Africa's black middle class continues to rapidly expand and is more influential and powerful than ever before. South Africa's policy of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) is not simply a moral initiative to redress the wrongs of the past. It is a pragmatic growth strategy that aims to realise the country's full economic potential while helping to bring the black majority into the economic mainstream and empower more black people to own and manage enterprises. Enterprises are regarded as blackowned if 51% of the enterprise is owned by black people, and black people have substantial management control of the business. The black middle class is helping create a vibrant and stable society by increasing South Africa's skills base, deepening employment, and widening the tax net. Black South Africans hold at least 21% of the top 100 companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, with 21% of the available shares listed on the JSE still to be assessed, according to research released by the JSE last week. The 21% includes 9% held directly, mostly through empowerment stakes, and 12% through mandated investments, such as pension funds and unit trusts.

STATISTICS “This year's study found a similar participation level among black and white South African investors - 21% and 22% of the Top 100 by value respectively," JSE chief executive Nicky NewtonKing said in a statement, adding that, with 21% of the equity yet to research, the black ownership figures might be understated. "Last year's assessment revealed that black South Africans held slightly over 8% of the top 100 companies through direct investment," the JSE said. This year, by digging deeper, researchers found that the figure has moved up to 9% through direct investment, and that black South Africans also hold a further 12% of shares in top 100 companies through mandated investments. The overall breakdown of ownership of the JSE's top 100 companies was 34% foreign ownership, 22% local non-black economic empowerment (BEE), 21% local BEE, 21% local unmeasured, and 2% South African government.

• South Africa's black middle class has grown from 1.7 million to 4.2 million • Black South Africans hold 21% of the top 100 companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange • The 21% includes 9% held directly, mostly through empowerment stakes, and 12% through mandated investments, such as pension funds and unit trusts • In 2012, black South Africans held slightly over 8% of the top 100 companies. The figure has moved up to 9% through direct investment • 12% of shares in top 100 com panies through mandated invest ments • Overall breakdown of ownership of the JSE's top 100 companies was 34% foreign Ownership, 22% local non-black economic empowerment (BEE), 21% local BEE, 21% local unmeasured, and 2% South African government Source: SA.Info

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CLARIFICATION ON THE

REVISED B-BBEE CODES B-BBEE is an integrated and coherent socio-economic process that directly contributes to the economic transformation of South Africa and seeks to create a just and equitable society.

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he Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) has noted with great concern media reports and public misunderstanding claiming that the Revised Broad–Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Codes, in particular Statement 500 – Socio Economic Development could ruin charities. B-BBEE is an integrated and coherent socio-economic process that directly contributes to the economic transformation of South Africa and seeks to create a just and equitable society. Therefore, the statement that BEE Proposal could ruin charities-is not true as B-BBEE is intended to empower black people in general including designated groups such as people with disabilities, youth, and rural communities. There has never been any deviation from the original beneficiaries as defined in the B-BBEE Act, and the definition in the current B-BBEE Act of black people is a generic term, which means Africans, Coloureds and Indians. The beneficiaries of B-BBEE are ‘black people’ as defined in the BEE Act No.53 of 2003, and the Employment Equity Act No.55 of 1998. The Socio Economic Development (SED) element is addressing socioeconomic developmental initiatives that can be tackled either through monetary or non-monetary contributions with the targeted beneficiaries

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as defined in the BEE legislation as stipulated above. BEE SED was never intended to displace Corporate Social Resp/Invest of companies, its meant to alleviate inherent social challenges confronted by a specific group of the society through no design of theirs as an add on to corporate social responsibility. Thus companies must continue to do their CSI in spite of the BEE SED. The principle in the proposed BEE SED element still remains the same except the target has been adjusted to 100% as we are cognizant of the intended objectives of BEE. However, if less than 100% of the full value of the SED contributions directly benefits black people, the value of the contribution made multiplied by the percentage that benefits black people, is recognisable.

THE REVISED BROAD-BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT (B-BBEE) CODES OF GOOD PRACTICE WILL ENHANCE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF B-BBEE IN A MEANINGFUL AND SUSTAINABLE MANNER. The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr. Rob Davies says that the Revised Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Codes of Good Practice will enhance the implementation of B-BBEE in a meaningful and sustainable manner. Davies added that the revised B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice 2012 contain principles and guidelines that will also facilitate and accelerate the implementation of

B-BBEE. The purpose of the Codes is to assist and advise the public and private sectors in the implementation of the B-BBEE Act. Minister Davies added that the key areas of refinement include the followings: • The generic scorecard has been reduced to five elements, with Employment Equity and Management Control being

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“The statement that BEE Proposal could ruin charities is not true as B-BBEE is intended to empower black people in general including designated groups such as people with disabilities, youth, and rural communities. There has never been any deviation from the original beneficiaries as defined in the B-BBEE Act.”

consolidated, and Preferential Procurement and Enterprise Development merged to form a Supplier Development Element; • The points for Ownership have been broadened to include designated groups in the main points; • Thresholds for Exempted Micro Enterprises (EMEs) and Qualifying Small Enterprises (QSEs) have been adjusted; • All companies, except Exempted Micro Enterprises, will be required to comply with the five elements of the B-BBEE scorecard;

• The introduction of the priority elements: ownership, skills development and supplier development. Large enterprises are to comply with all three priority elements. The priority scores of entities that do not comply with sub-minimum requirements in each priority will be discounted; • Entities that are 100% black-owned will qualify as Level 1; • Entities that are more than 50% black-owned will qualify as Level 2; • Updated framework for the accreditation of B-BBEE Verification

Agencies to include the Independent Regulatory Body of Auditors; • Skills Development Elements have been aligned to the New Skills Development Strategy and are to be outward focused; and • Qualifying Small Enterprises must comply with all five elements on the scorecard. The Cabinet approved the revised B-BBEE codes of good practice, and Minister Davies said they are intended to broaden the effects of empowerment.

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EDUCATION | SECTOR OVERVIEW

EDUCATION The well-nurtured South African education sector receives one of the highest public investment rate in the entire world. The government spends substantial amounts with the aim to improve the quality of education.

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he South African education sector is well structured to accommodate the country’s need to uplift its people through education. The education sector compromises of three bands of education i.e. General Education and Training, Further Education and Training, and Higher Education and Training. The South African constitution obliges the country through rational processes to increasingly make education available and accessible to South Africans. Therefore, every South African citizen is entitled to the right to basic, adult and further education. The 1996 South African Schools Act stipulates that education is compulsory for all South Africans between the ages of seven to fifteen, or from Grade 1 to the completion of grade 9. The well-nurtured South African education sector receives one of the highest public investment rate in the entire world. The government spends substantial amounts with the aim to improve the quality of education. Going at the rate of 7% of gross domestic product and 20% of complete state outlay, the government seeks to inject value in the education system by giving education the largest share of government expenditure. The education system is divided into three levels i.e. Basic Education, Training and Higher Leaning. Each level of education is headed by a ministry and each province has its own education department. MEC Angie Motshekga is the Minister of Basic Education and SACP Blade Nzimande is the Minister of Higher Education. The former is responsible for focusing on primary, secondary and early childhood

development centers and the latter is responsible for adult basic education and training, technical and vocational training and tertiary education at all levels. South Africa's universities offer outstanding academic education, with quality research departments in many respects. The universities are funded by the state but are self-governed and thus report to their own bodies. The education system depends largely on passing rate dynamics in schools in order to analyse developments in schools with the matric pass rate being the most reliable source of info. In recent years, the matric pass rate has noticeably escalated. In the late 1990’s it stood at 40% but with many positive improvements in the education sector, South Africa saw an increase in the matriculation pass rate in 2012, at 73%. Action Plan to 2014: Towards the realization of schooling is government’s new strategy 2014. It is aimed at improving learning and the work of teachers. The Action Plans curriculum implementation is reinforced through the National Educational portal.

STATISTICS • 14 339 primary schools that hosts 5 980 939 learners and 187 065 educators • 6 407 secondary schools that hosts 3 966 838 learners and 146 434 educators • 5 105 combined and intermediate schools, hosting 2 340 217 learners and 87 109 educators • 25 851 schools in South Africa in 2011 • 12 287 994 learners in ordinary schools in 2011 • R17 592 billion 2013/14 budget allocation • R199 624 billion projected budget for 2015/16 • South African adults: 6.1 years of completing school • 73% of SA people between the ages of 7 and 24 are registered in education institutions • World’s Top 500 University’s also include UCT, WITS, UKZN and TUKS • 73% matriculation pass rate 2012 Source: SA Info, Department of Basic Education

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IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT EDUCATION, BUT THE

OPPORTUNITY THAT EDUCATION BRINGS.

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COLLEGES Colleges

AAA School of Advertising......................(011) 781 2772 Buffalo City Public FET College...............(043) 722 5453 CIDA City Campus..................................(011) 887 4495 College Of Cape Town............................(021) 404 6700 International Colleges Group (Pty) Ltd......(021) 417 6700 Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA).................................(031) 300 7200 PC Training & Business College (Pty) Ltd (031) 304 9340 Tertiary School in Business Administration.(021) 532 2750

EDUCATION Tertiary Institutions Universities

Durban University of Technology..............(031) 308 5111 Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (041) 504 2111 North West University.............................(018) 299 4932 North West University ............................(018) 299 1111 Rhodes University..................................(046) 603 8111 Tshwane University of Technology...........(012) 382 5911 University of Cape Town .........................(021) 650 9111 University of Fort Hare............................(040) 602 2011 University of Johannesburg.....................(011) 559 2911 University of KwaZulu-Natal....................(031) 260 7111 University of Limpopo.............................(015) 268 9111 University of Pretoria..............................(012) 420 4111 University of South Africa (UNISA)............(012) 429 3111 University of Stellenbosch.......................(021) 808 9111 University of the Free State ....................(051) 401 9111 University of the Western Cape...............(021) 959 2911 University of Venda ................................(015) 962 8000 University of Witwatersrand.....................(011) 717 1000 Vaal University of Technology..................(016) 950 9000 Walter Sisulu University..........................(047) 502 2111

Graduate Schools

Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) (011) 771 4000 IMM Graduate School of Marketing (Pty) Ltd.(011) 628 8100 Milpark Business School (Pty) Ltd............(021) 673 9100 Regenesys Business School (Pty) Ltd.......(011) 669 5000 University of Cape Town Graduate School of Busines..................................(021) 406 1911 University of South Africa Graduate School of Business Leadership (UNISA SBL)...........................................(011) 652 0000 University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB)..........................................(021) 918 4111 WITS Business School............................(011) 717 3500

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SKILLS DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATION AND PLANS

South African skill sets are becoming less about proficiency and coding languages and more about how people think systems through and work within the context of the team.

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SKILLS DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATION AND PLANS | FEATURE

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ew Skills development Strategy 2011-2016, aims to increase access to high quality, relevant education and training skills development opportunities, including workplace learning and experience to enable effective participation in the economy and society by all South Africans. The purpose is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the skills development system. One of its goals is to encourage better use of workplacebased skills development: training of employed workers, addresses critical skills, enabling improved productivity, economic growth and the ability of the workforce to adapt to change in the labour. South African skill sets are becoming less about proficiency and coding languages and more about how people think systems through and work within the context of the team. For example: learning a technology is the easy part but the mindset to applying it, the logic to process it, being thorough and detail oriented while doing so is the critical part. Companies are racing to get innovations on the market to increase productivity and inturn increase revenue. What is needed nowadays is technologists in place who can devise bigger and better strategies and execute them effectively. Critical job skills required in a modern South Africa: • Digital management • Complex problem solving • Critical thinking • Judgement and decision making • Active listening • Computers and electronics • Mathematics • Operations and system analysis • Monitoring • Programming • Sales and marketing

“South Africa is pushing to grow intermediate skills, especially artisanal skills in the country. The NYDA has called on employers to support the Youth Employment Accord initiative.” South Africa is pushing to grow intermediate skills, especially artisanal skills in the country. The National Youth Development Agency has called on employers to support the Youth Employment Accord, a government– led multi-partner initiative aimed at tackling the economic challenged facing young South Africans.

Efforts to Address Skills Shortages South Korean multinational, Samsung launched an electronics academy in South Africa in 2011 to help address the shortage of critical technical and engineering skills. A R10 million skills development and job-creation investment in construction-related programmes will be launched by Higher Education and Training Minister, Blade Nzimande to honour Anene Booysen and benefit the Bredasdorp community. The short skills programmes will include electrical construction, health and safety and solar geyser installation, while learnerships will be in community house building and road construction. Efforts to improve educational levels are crucial and are already being carried out by companies and organisations to fill critical skilled shortages

in Africa. Several expanding ICT companies are unable to find adequately trained personnel. Microsoft’s South African Innovation Centres and the International Youth Foundation promote the Student2Business job enablement programme that aimed to place 10 000 graduates in jobs by 2010. IBM is setting up an Innovation Centre in Johannesburg to help companies develop ICT skills and workers meet business challenges. The centre gives access to 38 innovation centres and 60 R&D laboratories that IBM has worldwide. MTN is investing in skills development to deal with South Africa’s human resources shortage. CISCO is also investing in skills development with the Global Talent Acceleration Program in South Africa. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is promoting a scholarship for ICT studies, a Youth Education Scheme (YES), and an internship to develop ICT professional skills through the Youth Incentive Scheme (YIS).

Public Sector - Talent management and Job creation The South African government has achieved several successes in speeding up the service delivery, performance monitoring and evaluation departments. Youth entrepreneurs will have R2.7 billion in funding available to them with the announcement by Minister of Economic Development, Ebrahim Patel, that the Small Enterprise Finance Agency (Sefa) will put aside R1.7 billion in funding for youth entrepreneurs over the next five years. South Africa is well on track with the creation of an Assets Register that will for the first time accurately reflect the state’s assets. Government’s antipoverty strategy is helping to remove the obstacles inhibiting equal access to quality education for all children. Higher Education and Training Minister, Dr Blade Nzimande says the Strategic Integrated Projects, which relate to higher education infrastructure, are well underway, with these projects expected to produce 65 742 jobs over a three-year period.

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LAUNCHED Youth Employment Index (YEI) launched to encourage and reward businesses in recruitment and up-skilling of young South Africans. By Nazreen Sekao Pandoor

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he launch of South Africa’s Youth Employment Index (YEI) sees the beginning of a co-ordinated effort to encourage businesses across the spectrum to employ young South Africans, and to recognise organisations that do so. The YEI is a joint, apolitical initiative between global audit, tax and advisory firm, Mazars; leading rewards and recognition company, Uwin Iwin; and a strategic communications agency, Pleiades Media – all of which have a shared passion to see sustainable youth employment placed firmly on the agenda of business in South Africa. The YEI is an online index whereby employers of all sizes, be they government, parastatals, corporates or SMEs, can register and be instantly recognised for their efforts to actively promote and support youth employment. Organisations that wish to participate in the YEI will be asked to register the number of young people between the ages of 16 and 35 that they employ and to commit to developing these employees. Registration fees will fund the running costs of the YEI initiative and will also cover the costs of ensuring that registered companies are correctly audited. Since the YEI is a registered Non Profit Company (NPC 2013/044764/08), these fees are tax deductible. Apart from the website, the YEI plans to attract 12 founding members to help de-

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vise a viable framework for sustainable youth employment and constructive skills transfer in the workplace. This framework will encourage job creation and promote sustainability. The role of the founding members, drawn from different industry sectors, will be to formulate best practice for youth employment and integration in the workplace and to develop appropriate benchmarks against which companies can be measured for their youth employment effectiveness. The growing challenge of unemployment among the South African youth is an issue that has far reaching economic and social implications. The current unemployment rate among the 15- to 24-year-old age group is estimated to be 48.2 percent, just short of double the national unemployment average of 25 percent.* The 2012 World Bank report, Inequality of Opportunity in SA supports this bleak statistic, attributing the country’s weak economic performance to slow job creation and highly unequal access to employment opportunities among the 15- to 24- year-old age group in particular, which is among the most challenged groups within the country’s population. “As entrepreneurs, we are obviously concerned about the future,” said David Sand, CEO of Uwin Iwin. “We recognise government’s role in creating a framework to incentivise the employ-

ment of young South Africans. However, we believe that it is both corporate and SMME employers that will have to come up with a sustainable solution to the problem of youth unemployment. As co-creators of the YEI, we want to provide an opportunity for local businesses and employers to tackle this problem and to recognise and reward those who are doing so.” “As a rewards and recognition company, we recognise the power of joint initiatives and a healthy spirit of competition,” added Sand. I believe that by raising awareness of the need for youth employment – and by incentivising organisations to employ and nurture young people – we can help to change the course of the country’s future in a

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“The role of the founder members, drawn from different industry sectors, will be to formulate best practice for youth employment and integration in the workplace and to develop appropriate benchmarks against which companies can be measured for their youth employment effectiveness.”

way that is lasting and sustainable.” Companies that register on the YEI will have their submissions audited by Mazars, which won the Audit Innovation of the Year award for its Human Rights Audit practice in London last year at the inaugural International Accounting Bulletin Awards. For those who make their best effort to be employable, we consider having a job and being able to further oneself career -wise to be a human right. We are excited about the opportunity to bring our expertise to an initiative that can promote this right, while also contributing towards a solution that is sustainable both to business and the economy as a whole. Organisations registered with the YEI

will be categorised according to size, from large corporates to SMMEs, and will be rated according to criteria including skills development initiatives, bursaries, internships, mentorships, youth entrepreneurial initiatives and corporate social investment opportunities involving young people and management positions. The top performing companies in each category, in terms of youth employment and talent management, will receive recognition for their initiatives at an awards evening. Proceeds generated as a result of this event will go towards a trust aimed at supporting various youth projects. Commenting on the role of Pleiades Media in the YEI, CEO Kerry Botha says:

“We have always believed in the value of public relations and the powerful role that the media has to play in catalysing necessary shifts, be they social, economic or political.” In addition to the recognition that the top performing companies will receive, by registering as a YEI supporter, participating companies align themselves with the vision of youth employment. This will position them as organisations that go beyond merely making a profit and also take an active role in contributing to the betterment of the younger generation.

*(Source: Quarter Three 2012 Statistics South Africa Report).

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he large piles of books that sit on your bookshelf flood at a certain point in time. These books are lurking to burst out anytime from the shelf as the titles squeeze each other to breakpoint. Fortunately, our technologically advanced era has granted us e-books that can easily be managed and read on the go. Yes, they are a lot easier to download to our IPads or Kindles and much easier to find as they are in digital format - just a click away. So, if digital reading makes it easier and comfortable for you, then you are indeed technologically fascinated. However, there’s something that people do not want to give up about printed books. The pixels on the screen when reading an e-book does not really

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level with the actual physical page on the book, the feeling of holding the book in your hand and the instinctual act of turning that page. Hardcopies are instilled in our minds like sharp fangs clinging on skin. One man asked, are digital books cleaning out the print book era? The response was, “Paper books don’t get replaced by e-books because they're just part of the reading experience you can’t reproduce”. Although e-books are doing well in the market, books remain sentimental. In simple terms though, the relationship between print- and e-books does not necessarily have to be a competitive one. At the end of the day, they can work quite well together and cater to peoples' different preferences. In my opinion however, printed books are still the way forward.

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LAYING GHOSTS TO REST Publisher: Tafelberg Publishers Ltd Author: Mamphela Ramphele Publication date: 1 April 2008 Pages: 344 pages ISBN: ISBN-13: 978-0624045793 PRICE: R255.00

Laying Gosts To Rest looks at South Africa’s transition and the various contemporary challenges that the South African state faces. The book principally offers prosecution on various factors that affect and hinder South African progression, also offers volumes of indictment and inspirations. Amongst the core issues, using her characteristic forthright style, Dr Ramphele expanded on South Africa’s incomplete reconciliation of the people; violence; crime; the government’s failure to upskill South Africans; let-down of the education system; problems of leadership and South Africa’s struggle in completely integrating and incorporating of its position on the African continent, the costs of BEE policy and 'transformation' in the private sector and in government, the distrust between South Africa's people and looks at globalisation and how South Africa is failing to fill its place around the world. Dr Ramphele remains optimistic despite the wide-ranging failures that she identifies. She continues being persistent that South Africans can overcome these challenges, goals can be achieved and ultimately calls on South Africans to strive for action. Reading it is quite worthy.

HOW TO FIX SOUTH AFRICA, THE COUNTRY’S LEADING THINKERS ON WHAT MUST BE DONE TO CREATE JOBS Publisher: KMMR Review Publishers Author: Ray Hartley Publication Date: November 2012 Pages: 156 ISBN: 978-0-620-54988-2 PRICE: R174.95 (VAT INCL) Although with a vast improvement in many developments, South Africa faces real issues that challenge the country. Therefore, facing these issues compels concerned South Africans to ask questions regarding some of the most critical issues that the country faces. How to fix South Africa? remains one of the probing question that anxious South Africans everywhere ask. While most South Africans have varying opinions about what the country needs, many will agree that unemployment, especially that of the youth, is continuing, and is currently one of our most critical issues. The Sunday Times, in its bid to highlight issues and seek positive solutions, posed this question to a number of leading thinkers and opinion-makers in the country. Their responses culminated in well considered, thought-provoking articles from key figures in politics, mining, banking and social development and have now been compiled and published in this volume. The ultimate aim of the book is to essentially stimulate a national conversation on how to fix South Africa and in turn, to stimulate solutions to our country’s economy and future: JOB GROWTH.

THE MAKING OF MODERN SOUTH AFRICA Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell Author: Nigel Worden Publication date: December 2011, ©2012 Pages: 224 ISBN: 978-0-470-65633-4 PRICE: R334.65

The new edition of the “The Making of Modern South Africa”, a highly acclaimed book, delivers a broad and an absolutely informed outline of key themes and debates concerning the understanding of the region and the history of this controversial country with its engagingly written style. The revision of this 5th edition contains a new chapter that covers pre-colonial times to the present, and major themes include explorations of the colonial conquests of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; the establishment of racism, segregation and apartheid, forms of resistance and repression in the apartheid era and the collapse as well as the post-apartheid era. The final chapter which brings the story to the present day and considers the challenges and compromises of South Africa’s first two decades of democracy. The book will endure and mark its territory as an invaluable resource for students and lecturers of history and African Studies, as well as general readers who are attentive in South Africa’s mesmerizing history. Also, extensive references are given to the key writings on each topic and the debates between scholars.

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n Africa, where the middle class' growth has not been very robust, it has nonetheless been noticeable and contributed to the increased domestic consumption in many countries. Sales of refrigerators, television sets, mobile phones and expensive automobiles have gushed in virtually every African country in recent years. Possession of cars and motor cycles in South Africa for example has increased by 81% since 2006. With revenues for successful organisations on the rise, executives find themselves in very rewarding positions and are now opting for more luxurious cars with more features, styling and performance. According to the Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) study, the average number of months of income required to buy a small car is ten months and has not altered from the last half a decade. So this indicates, that while the buying capacity of executives is escalating, the financial stretch to securing a vehicle remains unchanged because they are buying more expensive cars. This brings us closer to the new reality that not only the

Chairman or the CEO of successful companies can afford top of the range cars - down the corporate ladder executives too are making their way up to the V8 engines. More interestingly, not only are we seeing a change in executive luxury car spending but more specifically, there seems to be an increase of females on the driveway than men. While they (females) are dominating the driveway, we also notice that they are driving the perceived “manly cars”. It’s not surprising nowadays to see our sisters driving a BMW turbo M3 Coupe or a Benz C63. The idea that women’s interest is only with feminine cars is a serious lark. It’s merely an indication that women currently are not swayed by frivolous details, but are more rational in their purchases. Gravity pulls in spectacular fashion in South Africa!

By: Van Fletcher

Mercedes Benz A 180 CDI On arrival of the new A class, I knew I was going to be in for something special. Straight away, I noticed that Mercedes had designed a vehicle that was fresh and youthful - its rear design, with its wide wheel arches and low profile, mostly stood out for me. Upon entering this hatchback, you will notice the quality finishing touches that only a car like Mercedes can add. These include the illuminated doorsill panels with matching lights in the headrests - very much like starship enterprise. All the usual leather trim you would expect from Mercedes, with the full infotainment system that doesn’t disappoint. The car’s performance was moderate in terms of acceleration, but that’s expected on this fuel-saving model. This car however, stands out with its sports suspension and handling. It felt exceptionally precise and was more than capable of handling any tricky corners you could throw at it. Going up and down Signal Hill in Cape Town, or through Constantia Neck was pure bliss. So for me, this vehicle deserves its high rating.

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Specifications Engine: 1.8-litre Diesel motor, 6 speed manual Power: 80kW and 250Nm Top speed: 180 k/h Acceleration: 0 – 100Km/h in 11.3 seconds Fuel consumption: 4.0–3.8 Retail price: R300 000 excl. co2 tax Rating: 7.5 / 10

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The diesel is certainly smoother and lustier than the last-generation unit that debuted in the Cayenne (and it’s usefully 20kg lighter too), pulling strongly from just after 1500rpm. The motorway speeds on low throttle loadings it’s actually quite difficult to tell you’re in a diesel at all, even with the low levels of wind and road noise that you experience in a high-speed Panamera. But if you work it harder and you’ll be in doubt that you’re being propelled by a compression ignition unit. It’s no real fun to wind out either, because it strains once it’s out of its narrow 1750rpm to 2750rpm torque sweet spot. It’s at its best being stroked along at low to mid speeds, where it offers up easily accessible shove. The gearbox is a similar story; it’s smooth if a little dozy in normal mode, although the close ratios do their best to keep you in that optimum torque zone. Switch to Sport and there’s extra responsiveness and an eagerness to hold ratios but really, you’ll need full on manual mode to really enjoy a drive and happily. The Tiptronic auto works well here, responding obediently to shift commands – if not as snappily as a PDK transmission – and acknowledging multiple shift inputs: pull the paddle three times in very quick succession when you’re in fifth and you’ll get second every time.

By: Ben Berry

Porsche Panamera Diesel

Specifications Engine: V6, Diesel Engine - Eight-speed: Tiptronic S Power: 184 kW Top Speed: 242 Km/h Acceleration: 0 – 100Km/h in 6.8 seconds Fuel Consumption: 8.1 Retail Price: R837 000 excl. co2 tax Rating: 8.5 / 10 With smaller proportions and less weight to lug around, it’s not too surprising that I am a fan of the way this little Peugeot drives. Thanks to the sharp and precise steering, the 208 appears to be a delight to drive down twisty roads. It is an exceptional little car that is exceptional value for money and comes with all the standard equipment, along with the 5 Years Premium Plan.

By: Van Fletcher

Peugeot 208 1.2 Access When comparing this car to the 207, the 208 is much more refined, better built, more spacious and much more fun to drive. Though this is undoubtedly one of the cheapest Peugeots on sale today, don’t go thinking the 208 was not built to be a more upmarket brand – cabin build quality has been substantially improved. However, as with most cars in this class, there are a few cheap, brittle bits of trim to be found if you look for them but nothing dominant enough to put you off.

Specifications Engine: 1.2 – 5 Speed Manual Power: 60 kW Top Speed: 175 Km/h Acceleration: 0 – 100Km/h in 12.2 seconds Fuel Consumption: 5.5 Retail Price: R159 500 excl. co2 tax Rating: 7 / 10

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