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Floyd Shivambu Sep 11
On Wednesday, the 12th of September 2018. We are speaking about transformation and redefining of asset management in South Africa. .
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Floyd Shivambu Sep 12
We had a very fruitful engagement with Asset Management Practioners today at the launch of ’s . We need to legislate cogent Laws and enforce transformation in the entire financial services sector.
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Economic Freedom Fighters Sep 12
[IN CASE YOU MISSED IT]: Watch Deputy President at the Launch sharing the current image of the asset management space, revealing that black people aren’t well represented in the space and further urged the guests to ask themselves why this is the case.
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Economic Freedom Fighters Sep 12
EFF Deputy President engaging with the guests at the end of the launch and his keynote address that focused on the transformation in South African asset management.
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Floyd Shivambu Sep 12
The key summary of the key findings of the 10th Edition. Proper illustration of the industry’s untransformed character is always an important guide to legislators, and of course we are taking note. The full report is with .
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Crede Capital Partners Sep 14
Replying to @27four
Proud to have been a participant in this years BEEconomics Transformation in South African Asset Management survey by
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Fatima Vawda Sep 12
“We need to legislate transformation of the financial services sector.”
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Moshe Sep 12
Off the back of your () talk at , I believe it is NB to also look at legislating the management of SARB reserves which is currently managed by BlackRock.
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City Press Sep 12
Replying to @Les2020ic
RT : Shivambu says activists in assets management who present to Parliament should not only pinpoint problems but propose solutions
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Daddy Ka Luthando Nceba Sphiwimfundo Sep 12
Does black dissimilation or toxic white environment father more racism? Let's talk SA
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LancasterPastPresent 23 Nov 17
During the Great Depression, Lancaster Canal played host to a four mile long floating aviary, and bee keeping was briefly one of Lancaster's main industries.
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JABULANI Mohaule Sep 12
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Luvuyo Nomdidi Sep 15
": Shivambu: In 2017, Parliament underwent a colloquium on the transformation of the financial sector, an… twitt
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Lesetja I am Sep 12
Shivambu says PIC should deploy black and youth professionals to boards where its invested.
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GPAN Sep 12
We want to involve people in taking action to change their standards of living.
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Andile Khumalo Sep 16
That you are my sister. Keep on keepin’ on!
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@CitrusRamaphosa Sep 12
the usual suspects have missed the boat, completely!! 1994 Wealth transfer created an elite/instant wealth aka the ruling class (MTN, Shanduka, etc & blue chip board appointments) that failed & bankrupted ..solution start a race war between the working class!!
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City Press Sep 12
Replying to @Les2020ic
RT : Shivambu says insurance licencing requirements and procurement laws should be tightened to force transformation
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Varun Turlapati Aug 20
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Max Malinga Sep 12
"Why are black people not getting their fair share of the financial services sector value chain? Skills are not the problem." -
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