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Announcement: Acting Editor, Business Report

Independent Media is pleased to announce the appointment of Yunus Kemp as Acting Editor of Business Report, effective 1 February 2016.
Announcement: Acting Editor, Business Report
The appointment follows the resignation of Ellis Mnyandu who has decided to pursue personal interests outside the company.

Yunus Kemp, currently the Deputy Editor of Cape Argus where he has worked in various capacities since 2006, recently completed a 10-month international exchange programme in China. "I am grateful for the incredible opportunity that I was given to grow and learn while in China. I am ready to take on new challenges and I thank the company for the confidence that it has shown in me," said Yunus.

Yunus will be part of the Independent Media delegation attending the World Economic Forum in Davos which takes place between 20-23 January 2016.

At the announcement, Independent Media executive chairman, Dr Iqbal Survé, thanked Ellis Mnyandu for his valued contribution to Business Report and wished him success with his future endeavours.

In congratulating Yunus Kemp, Dr Survé said: "I am proud of the young talent that we have at Independent Media. Yunus is one of our bright stars and his successful completion of his international assignment has adequately prepared him for new challenges, such as this one. I wish him and the Business Report team every success."

A number of editorial appointments will be announced towards the end of February 2016.

Business Report is South Africa's most widely read financial newspaper. Because it appears in four of the Independent Group's daily titles (Cape Times, The Star, Pretoria News and The Mercury) and three of its weekend titles, it has an unrivaled national footprint and its readers are drawn from the business communities of all of South Africa's four major economic hubs - Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Pretoria. Its readers range from private investors, entrepreneurs and managers from the shop floors of the smallest companies, to the executive suites of the largest companies, to top government bureaucrats and cabinet ministers. They read Business Report because they cannot afford not to, if they want to make informed decisions backed up by the latest information and analysis. Go to

12 Jan 2016 13:14



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