In Episode 68 of Inside Covid-19, a rational perspective on the plateauing of coronavirus infections cases in South Africa from Discovery health’s Dr Ryan Noach.
Magda Wierzycka, CEO and co-founder of Sygnia, has agreed to join the new television series of The Apprentice South Africa as the CEO in 2021.
Magda Wierzycka – CEO of Sygnia, bought shares in OSI, a company that transforms patents from Oxford University into viable businesses. OSI has shares in Vaccitech, a company ahead of the race in the Covid-19 vaccine.
Veteran journalist Ed Herbst, meticulously pulls together strands of evidence and expert observations both at the Mpati Commission and beyond, to weave a very different narrative to the one Iqbal Survé’s newspapers have stitched together through commission and omission.
A spying scandal involving former president Jacob Zuma and Russia has erupted, with accusations that Zuma’s friends were spying on businesspeople and others who were critical of state capture and graft.
Sygnia has been approved for a secondary listing on A2X Markets and will list on Thursday, 13 September 2018.
Alec Hogg caught up with Magda Wierzycka in a sweltering London where Sygnia’s founder and CEO is investigating ways to globalise her mushrooming business.
At the very least SAP must now pay back the money. With some hefty penalties an added bonus. Such double standards just have to end.
Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka joins Biznews founder Alec Hogg, looking at where the Steinhoff seams started to split in this interactive webinar.
Debt market investors know this, which is why those who have better things with which to occupy their time are dumping Steinhoff bonds without any concern for the value.