Business: Most Influential Women Announced
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The winners in their respective categories are:
Agriculture: Jeanne Groenewald
Arts and Culture: Yvonne Chaka Chaka-Mhinga
Business and Professional Services: Marna van der Walt
Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Petrochemical: Christine Ramon
Education and Training: Prof. Leana Uys and Prof. Tebello Nyokong
Financial Services: Phuti Malabie
Government: Elzed Adlam
ICT: Charlotte Mokoena
Logistics, Shipping and Transport: Sharon Tshabalala
Manufacturing and Engineering: Anni Bodington, Naadiya Moosajee
Medical, Dentistry, Health and Veterinary Services: Lynda Bleazard, Sally-Ann Creed (Entrepreneurial winner)
Mining: Italia Boninelli
Public Enterprises and Institutions: Khungeka Njobe
Telecoms, Media, TV, Radio and Press: Patience Stevens
Welfare: Kim Feinberg
Wholesale and Retail: Cheron Kraak
Lifetime Achiever Award: Cathy Donaldson
Tomorrow’s Leader Award: Redi Direko
With the awards, CEO Communication recognises that there are many women across South Africa who are helping to transform South Africa's social, economic and political landscape.
Through a public nomination process, and in conjunction with industry bodies and an expert panel of judges (including Judge Willem Heath and Tina Thomson of Epiphany Leadership), we identified the most influential women within the various business sectors of the South African economy, and profiled them in the MIW publication. Please see the attached document for the complete list of remarkable finalists.
Previous winners of the MIW awards include Wendy Ackerman, Zarina Bassa, Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi, Dr Olive Shisana, Pam Golding, Prof. Elain Vlok and Gail Curtis.
Sponsors of this year's events were Wits Business School, Anique Skincare, Jaguar, merSETA and Jenna Clifford.
The event, which will be hosted by programme director, Joann Strauss, was preceded by a breakfast. Interactive panel discussions took place between Yolanda Cuba, CEO of Mvelaphanda and Dr. Sebiletso Mokone-Matabane of Sentech (Gauteng), Ntsiki Biyela and Susanne Stelzner (Cape Town) and Prof.. Rosh Maharaj and Jo-Ann Strauss. CNBC Africa was the broadcasting partner of the events.
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