March 2005
Finance Week;3/7/2005, p6
The article presents newspieces, pertaining to business domains of South Africa. It reports that Bulelani Ngcuka, former national director of public prosecutions, has been appointed bead of an entirely new board of directors at Victoria & Alfred Waterfront Co., which runs the landmark tourism and retail development in Cape Town. Consumers went on a shopping spree in December, 2004 driving retail sales to a record 30.1 bn Rand. Recent results have indicated that a record number of candidates passed the Public Practice Examination of the Public Accountants' & Auditors' Board written at end-2004.


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