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03 September 2019.

03 September 2019.

Sipho Pityana, President of Business Unity SA and Gwarega Manghoze, CEO of Consumer Goods Council of SA discuss the effects of xenophobic attacks on foreign business owners in the country’s CBDs.   Debbie Tagg, Chief Operations Officer at Smart Procurement explains how her industry has evolved over the years.

 



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