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The African Business Journal Jan 2012 - John Pinching

The African Business Journal Jan 2012 - John Pinching

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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 Mar 22, 2012
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 AfricAn Business
Reducing carbonfootprints
Africa’s OlympicHopefuls
Company foCus
 January 2012 Vm 3 Iss 1
Proudly serving Africa
How do we serve Africa? By delivering on time.
If you look a wha Maersk Line hasachieved in schedule reliabilit over hepas years, you could almos say we’veinvened modern on-ime delivery – inWes Africa and around he world.Why does on-ime delivery maer somuch? Because i enables you o planwih greaer ceraint and o serve yourcusomers more reliably. Now ha issomehing everyone can bene from.A Maersk Line, nohing would please usmore han o help ake your businesso he nex level of consisen on-imedelivery.
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
HellO fOlks AnD,
depending on when you’re read-ing this, Merry Christmas/Happy New Year/Hopeyou’re enjoying being back at work/What are youwearing?!,
This mighty ne, slightly festive and log-re-heated edition of TABJ starts—as the cover’sindustrious ‘wall’ so brilliantly suggests—with anexclusive interview, and the person in the hot seatis Corporate Research Foundation (CRF) visionary
Sam Crous.
We discuss how the organisation is help
ing employers and employees throughout SouthAfrica to achieve their full potential. She also talkscandidly about how exciting it is to work in such avibrant economy.There are plenty of other beautifully-wrappedfestive treats underneath the tinsel-draped boughsof the TABJ tree, including another brutally honestsports report from our man in Africa and an updateon the unstable political situation in Cairo.Also, as we sprint towards the start of thegreatly-anticipated London 2012 Olympics, TABJattempts to keep pace with Africa’s gold medal
In addition, we take a look at how Food &Trees for Africa (FTFA) is combining with AirportsCompany South Africa (ACSA) in an effort to gal
vanise carbon neutrality initiatives.As indicated in the CRF interview, the SouthAfrican business landscape is buoyant, versatileand thoroughly looking forward to a fruitful New Year. Our compendium of company featurescertainly reects this optimism, with contribu
tions from the construction, mining, transport andinvestments industries.It only remains for us to venture into thehitherto unchartered territory of 2012. Who knowswhat the constantly exciting and unpredictableAfrican economic landscape has in store for usnext? Whatever happens, TABJ will continue toproudly bring you the most comprehensive news,features and company proles in the business.As always, great talking to you,John

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