n Management Today - Businesswoman of the Year announced

Volume 21, Issue 8
  • ISSN : 1027-4324



Extracted from text ... The Businesswomen?s Association has named Monhla Hlahla, managing director of Airports Company of South Africa, as the Businesswoman of the Year for 2005. Vying for the honour were: Angela Dick, managing director of Transman, Robyn Heathfield, managing director of Torquip Earthmoving Equipment, Yvonne Johnston, CEO of the International Marketing Council of South Africa, and Maserame Mouyeme, group managing director of Businesswoman of the Year announced FCB South Africa. Under Hlahla?s leadership, ACSA?s revenues grew to R1,9 billion from R1,2 billion and operating profit by 66% to R902,3 million from R543,8 million. Return on investment rose to 18,8% from 16,7% and operating income per employee to R502 700 from R319 700. The unaudited figures for 2005 show the growth trend continuing strongly across the board. Dr Namane Magau, ..

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