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Amanda Dambuza on Mindspace

In the launch programme of the new show Mindspace TV brought to you by Old Mutual Corporate, catch Peter Moyo, Old Mutual CEO, talking about the company’s listing on the JSE; Amanda Dambuza, CEO of Uynadiswa about her business and leadership philosophies; Miles Khubeka about his success as a restaurateur; and find out from Clement Chinaka, MD of Old Mutual Corporate on the importance of disability insurance.

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BEE for SMEs

BankerSA, Edition 15
Positive takes for small businesses from the Revised Codes of Good Practice.
By Lindsay Grubb

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The power of people

THE WORLD OF SMES CAN BE SOMETHING OF A MICROCOSM OF THE LARGER CORPORATE WORLD. AMANDA DAMBUZA, WINNER OF THE VEUVE CLICQUOT ELLE BOSS AWARD, IN ASSOCIATION WITH OLD MUTUAL CORPORATE, SHARES THE BUSINESS LESSONS SHE’S LEARNT IN A CAREER SPANNING BOTH SPHERES.

by Charles Thompson

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Amanda Dambuza shares highlights and challenges of her career

As winner of the 2017 Veuve Clicquot ELLE Boss award, Amanda Dambuza says she absolutely encourages all deserving and qualifying women to enter. Nominate yourself, or someone else, for this year’s title. As Amanda says, you simply cannot miss an opportunity like this.

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Amanda Dambuza named Veuve Clicquot ELLE Boss Award winner

Amanda Dambuza, founder and director of consulting company Uyandiswa, was named the overall winner of this year’s coveted Veuve Clicquot ELLE Boss Award, in association with Old Mutual Corporate, at a bespoke event held in Johannesburg.

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Amanda Dambuza acknowledged by Businesswomen’s Association of South Africa

Uyandiswa Project Management Services Founder and CEO, Amanda Dambuza was awarded the runner-up award at the coveted Businesswomen’s Association of South Africa’s, Regional Business Achiever Award for 2016 for the Entrepreneur Category. The awards ceremony was held on 28 July at a gala awards event in Johannesburg.

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Adapt IT invests in Uyandiswa

Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) listed Adapt IT today announced it has acquired 49% of Uyandiswa Project Management Services, a 100% black woman-owned project management consultancy. This forms part of its significant and increasing commitment to enterprise development and further demonstrates Adapt IT as one of South Africa’s most empowered providers of leading IT services and solutions.

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