Denel CEO resignation casts doubts on President Ramaphosa’s SOE reform agenda

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on July 23, 2020


There is a risk that Du Toit’s successor at Denel will also leave because of similar challenges. The fundamental problem of SOEs is the need to move with decisiveness and speed, which isn’t there, says Intellidex’s Peter Montalto. Featured in News 24

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