Breakfast team wraps on #CapeTalkInTheBoardroom with Old Mutual

In honour of 18 years of CapeTalk, the breakfast team has been broadcasting from the boardrooms of successful businesses with roots in Cape Town.

Presenter Kieno Kammies and his team took over the offices at Old Mutual in Pinelands on Friday, to toast to local companies adding value to the Mother City.

Old Mutual was recently named as the number one top employer in the financial services and insurance industry in South Africa and number two across all industries by the Top Employers Institute.

The firm's HR executive Siyabonga Nkosi spoke to Kieno Kammies about their company culture and more.

Listen to the full conversation from CapeTalk's Breakfast with Kieno Kammies:

The Pinelands head offices are just one part of an entire group of 24 000 people across emerging markets. We are in eight other African countries and are becoming a global enterprise.

Siyabonga Nkosi, Old Mutual HR executive

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