Invitation: Economic Freedoms of South Africa – The Contradictions

You are invited to a presentation by Herman Mashaba on 'Economic Freedoms of South Africa – The Contradictions', Wednesday, 8 July 2015, Free Market Foundation, Bryanston
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Invitation: Economic Freedoms of South Africa – The Contradictions

You are invited to a presentation by Herman Mashaba on 'Economic Freedoms of South Africa – The Contradictions', Wednesday, 8 July 2015, Free Market Foundation, Bryanston

INVITATION

You are invited to a presentation by

Herman Mashaba

on

Economic Freedoms of South Africa – The Contradictions

 

Date: Wednesday, 8 July 2015

NOTE NEW VENUE: FMF, Block 5 Bryanston Gate, 170 Curzon Road, Bryanston

Time: 17h45-18h15 (Registration & cheese ’n wine) --- 18h15-20h00 presentation


RSVP: Please book your place by clicking on http://www.fmfevents.co.za/Event.aspx?ID=91 (essential as seating is limited)

Guests & friends welcome – please RSVP for each one individually so that their names are recorded. If you have already responded or cannot join us, no need to RSVP

Entry: Free but a voluntary donation towards catering costs and the work of the FMF in general would be greatly appreciated.

Herman Mashaba will take us on a journey of his life and career in the past under apartheid and now under the democratic government of South Africa.

After decades of strictly enforced racial apartheid, the people of South Africa joined to end those practices and institute full representative democracy. The nation still grapples with a range of economic, political and social challenges, including violence and corruption. The region is also rich in natural resources and economic development potential. Generally, Africa today is experiencing rapid investment growth.

Founder of hair care company Black Like Me, Herman Mashaba is one of South Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs. But his journey was filled with struggles and uncertainty. In 1980 his studies were abruptly ended when the University of the North was shut down by political unrest. After working for 19 months as a commissioned salesman of hair care products, he decided to start his own company. In February 1985, the first bottle of Black Like Me entered the South African market.

Herman now runs Lephatsi Investments (Pty) Ltd., a broad-based black economic empowerment company. The firm invests in real estate, financial services, fuel distribution, insurance, private security, security materials, transport and other fields. His book, “Black Like You: An Autobiography,” was published in 2012.

 

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We hope you will be able to join us

Media Enquiries
Jayne Boccaleone
011 884 0270
082 904 3616
jaynb@mweb.co.za

Other Enquiries
Joan Evans
011 884 0270
joanevans@fmfsa.org

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INVITATION

You are invited to a presentation by

Herman Mashaba

on

Economic Freedoms of South Africa – The Contradictions

 

Date: Wednesday, 8 July 2015

NOTE NEW VENUE: FMF, Block 5 Bryanston Gate, 170 Curzon Road, Bryanston

Time: 17h45-18h15 (Registration & cheese ’n wine) --- 18h15-20h00 presentation


RSVP: Please book your place by clicking on http://www.fmfevents.co.za/Event.aspx?ID=91 (essential as seating is limited)

Guests & friends welcome – please RSVP for each one individually so that their names are recorded. If you have already responded or cannot join us, no need to RSVP

Entry: Free but a voluntary donation towards catering costs and the work of the FMF in general would be greatly appreciated.

Herman Mashaba will take us on a journey of his life and career in the past under apartheid and now under the democratic government of South Africa.

After decades of strictly enforced racial apartheid, the people of South Africa joined to end those practices and institute full representative democracy. The nation still grapples with a range of economic, political and social challenges, including violence and corruption. The region is also rich in natural resources and economic development potential. Generally, Africa today is experiencing rapid investment growth.

Founder of hair care company Black Like Me, Herman Mashaba is one of South Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs. But his journey was filled with struggles and uncertainty. In 1980 his studies were abruptly ended when the University of the North was shut down by political unrest. After working for 19 months as a commissioned salesman of hair care products, he decided to start his own company. In February 1985, the first bottle of Black Like Me entered the South African market.

Herman now runs Lephatsi Investments (Pty) Ltd., a broad-based black economic empowerment company. The firm invests in real estate, financial services, fuel distribution, insurance, private security, security materials, transport and other fields. His book, “Black Like You: An Autobiography,” was published in 2012.

 

---o0o---

We hope you will be able to join us

Media Enquiries
Jayne Boccaleone
011 884 0270
082 904 3616
jaynb@mweb.co.za

Other Enquiries
Joan Evans
011 884 0270
joanevans@fmfsa.org

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