Cheryl Carolus (South African Businesswoman)

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Sub-subject: Cheryl Carolus (Businesswoman - South Africa). Syllabus:

  1. The South African Businesswomen Cheryl Carolus
  2. Petona Investment company
Sub-subject "Cheryl Carolus (South Africa)" is studied...
  1. Doctorate DIB Africa
  2. Masters: African Business, BRICS Countries, International Business (MIB)
  3. Courses: African Economy, Business in Southern Africa

Languages of study: En or Fr Cheryl Carolus Pt Cheryl Carolus Es Cheryl Carolus

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Sub-Subject Description - Cheryl Carolus (South African Businesswoman):

  1. Cheryl Carolus was born on 1959 in Cape Town (South Africa).
  2. She founded "Petona Investment Company," a black empowerment company, in 2005, with inversions in De Beers, Ceramic Industries Limited, or Lafarge.
  3. She is the Chairperson of Gold Fields Limited and IQ Business.
  4. Cheryl Carolus was very proactive in the struggle against the apartheid, leading the Movement of Women in the UDF (United Democratic Front); she was Deputy Secretary-General of the ANC (African National Congress)
  5. She was Ambassador of South Africa in the United Kingdom were she establish strong relationships with British Businessperson.
  6. Cheryl Carolus was also a member of the Technology Innovation Agency of South Africa and the Chairperson of the South African Airways and Gold Fields Limited.
  7. She was one of the inaugural members of the African Union Foundation.
  8. Today she is the Trustee of British Museum, and board member of WWF International
  9. Cheryl Carolus holds a Bachelor Degree in Law

Religion: Cheryl Carolus is considered a spiritualist (Christian tradition).

"Socialism is the evolution of the ethics of the New Testament. Without a doubt, to the extent that I recognize other religions; it is the outcome of Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and other faiths" Cheryl Carolus.

African Businesswoman Cheryl Carolus belongs to the Southern African Economic Area of the African Civilization.



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