Tiger Brands doing well in South Africa (but underperforming abroad)

Tiger Brands released results today saying it recorded a solid performance driven by its core South African businesses.

However, this was partially offset by underperformance in certain of its international operations.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Peter Matlare, CEO of Tiger Brands.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

If something doesn’t work it’s good to have a second pair of eyes. I must step aside.

Peter Matlare, CEO of Tiger Brands

We’ve had to learn an enormous amount about doing business in other markets.

Peter Matlare, CEO of Tiger Brands

What we’ve learned in Nigeria is now part of Tiger’s DNA.

Peter Matlare, CEO of Tiger Brands

In five or six years’ time it will be too late to fix state-owned assets.

Peter Matlare, CEO of Tiger Brands

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