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The African Business Journal Oct 2011 - John Pinching

The African Business Journal Oct 2011 - John Pinching

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Published by John Pinching
The African Business Journal (TABJ) is a digital publication with an intoxicating cocktail of news articles, lifestyle features and company profiles
The African Business Journal (TABJ) is a digital publication with an intoxicating cocktail of news articles, lifestyle features and company profiles

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Published by: John Pinching on Oct 30, 2011
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 AfricAn Business
Sid James
rugby World Cup
 Exclusive interviews
Company FoCus
Destiny Africa
ocober 2011 Vm 2 Iss 10
Weatherly INterNatIoNal PlC
lIght at the eNd of the tuNNel
Proudly serving Africa
How do we serve Africa? With 22 brand new ships, for starters.
And believe us: Tey’re no jus anyships. Wih wice he capacit of heindusry average in Wes Africa andheir own on-board cranes, all 22 ofhese proud vessels are he largesever o call a Wes African pors.Tey are also models of energyeciency, helping o propelAfrican exporers and imporerso environmenal leadership byslashing CO
emissions fromranspor by 30% per conainer.Why are we making such a big dealabou Wes Africa? Because Africamaers. o Maersk Line and ohe world. And as a world leader inconainer shipping, we wan o beyour rs choice. Every ime.
West Africa services
– New & improved!
22 custom-built ships, the largest in West Africa
Te market’s best network 
Unmatched schedule reliabili
Personalised service and strong local presence
HigH five everyOne,
I don’t know about you, dear reader, but there is something revitalising in the air at the moment. Aside from any sterile statistics
 that the news might tell you, there is denite
-ly an almost imperceptible sense that mar-kets, economies, trust and spending havebeen reinvigorated in the last few weeks. If you’re feeling it too, then I sincerely hope that whatever it is, sticks around!This month’s tub-thumping editioncontains not one, but two exclusiveinterviews with South Africa rugby legends.Hooker John Allan—who also played forScotland—and tenacious winger, ThinusDelport share their views on the Rugby WorldCup. It’s an absolutely fascinating read, sokick back with your tablet (or laptop), crackopen a can and enjoy.We’ve also got a feature on SouthAfrica’s greatest ever export—actor SidJames, more entries from the canon of 
African-inuenced pop music and a rundown
of the African footballers currently playing inEngland’s Championship division.Our round up of the movers andshakers in the business world starts with anincredible story of triumph over adversity.
discovers how Weatherly International—which was hanging on to the precipice by
its ngertips—somehow managed to nd
a foothold. Make sure you check out thisamazing and inspirational story in the nextfew pages!
There are also intriguing proles from
a plethora of industries including mining,property, healthcare, food, transport,cosmetics and many more.That’s all from me folks,John

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