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Heather Formby

Heather Formby

    Driving the e-toll opposition
    Driving the e-toll opposition
    Perhaps it was the comment made to a journalist after a presentation by South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) chief executive Nazir...
    'How I'll make Pick n Pay tops'
    'How I'll make Pick n Pay tops'
    If new Pick n Pay chief executive Richard Brasher was a gambler, he would be in the right place.  His new office overlooks the Kenilworth...
    Carolus blames departure on 'comedy of errors'
    Carolus blames departure on 'comedy of errors'
    But it was too late to prevent chairperson Cheryl Carolus and seven other board members from dramatically announcing their resignations the day...
    New day for Barclays a big challenge
    New day for Barclays a big challenge
    At Barclays's Queensway branch in Nairobi's Mama Ngina Street, with its huge banking hall reminiscent of its colonial history, each day has a...
    Slaapstad: We are wide awake
    Slaapstad: We are wide awake
    In many of South Africa's cities and municipalities, checks and balances have been replaced by cooking the books and, sometimes, the stealing of...
    Mr Moneybags shrugs off the load
    Mr Moneybags shrugs off the load
    Customs officials must get tired of rifling through people's luggage in search of illegal substances, only to find dirty laundry. But the...
    Lamberti still man of the masses
    Lamberti still man of the masses
    Mark Lamberti has moved from retail to financial services and believes there are some similarities between the two.
    Dream warrior on a mission
    Dream warrior on a mission
    Avatars, warriors, wizards, whizz-kids, mavericks and dreamers. They could all be characters in a fantasy game played with gunships and lasers on a...
    Trading ego for emotional acumen
    Trading ego for emotional acumen
    It seems such a long time ago that the Johannesburg Stock Exchange was a members-only old-boys club, a bit like a post-colonial gathering of mostly...