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The situation with Eskom is no laughing matter so it's not a Business Blunder!

Vestact CEO Paul Theron doesn't feature Eskom on his list but does feature Vietnamese restaurants, Coca-Cola's failed #makeithappy campaign, Harvard and Peter Masters - a man setting up a tattoo parlour in Iraq. Except tattoos are forbidden in Muslim culture!

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This article first appeared on 702 : The situation with Eskom is no laughing matter so it's not a Business Blunder!


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