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Corporate Social Review Magazine is proudly published by The Institute for Corporate Social Development (ICSD) Corporate Social Review magazine educates; informs; fosters relationships and facilitates understanding on a range of topical issues and subjects.
Corporate Social Review Magazine is proudly published by The Institute for Corporate Social Development (ICSD) Corporate Social Review magazine educates; informs; fosters relationships and facilitates understanding on a range of topical issues and subjects.

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Tiger Brands Limited, 
3010 William Nicol Drive, 
Bryanston

Telephone: +(27) 11 840 4000

Email: tigercsd@tigerbrands.com

CONSUMER ENQUIRIES: 0860 412 123
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Tiger Brands Limited, 
3010 William Nicol Drive, 
Bryanston

Telephone: +(27) 11 840 4000

Email: tigercsd@tigerbrands.com

CONSUMER ENQUIRIES: 0860 412 123
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Corporate Social Review magazine educates; informs; fosters relationships and facilitates understanding on a range of topical issues and subjects. 

Offering a variety of information-based communication tools aimed at developing the public - private partnerships, and other business relationships needed to facilitate local and international economic growth and development encouraging a strong set of social, empowerment and development policies.

http://corporatesocialreview.myvigo.co/
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The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Risk Report 2012 lists a global water supply crisis as the second most important global risk, following shortly on the heels of a major systemic failure of our financial systems. Interestingly, the third and the fourth most important risks are a global food shortage and extreme volatility in energy and agricultural prices, both of which strongly relate to water availability.

WWF’S Water Balance Programme 

WWF urges South African businesses to take ownership of the country’s common water challenge by going beyond reducing their own water demand to making an investment back into water provisioning ecosystems in relation to the size of the water user

http://awsassets.wwf.org.za/downloads/water_balance_2012_e_booklet_1.pdf
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The Limpopo MEC for Economic Development, Environment and Tourism Seaparo Charles Sekoati today launched the Lephalale Enterprise Development (ED) Centre in support of black owned small businesses and entrepreneurs in the region.

Also present at the launch were Phuti Mahanyele, CEO of Shanduka Group; Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Africa CEO, Stephen Moore; Mr Mongezi Veti Exxaro Executive committee member and the General Manager for Safety Health Environment and Community, and Hlonela Lupuwana – Managing Director of Anglo American.

The ED Centre is a co-branded, multi-functional business hub and incubator partnered by Shanduka Black Umbrellas (SBU); the Sebenza Fund which is run by Anglo American’s enterprise development arm, Zimele; Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Africa (MHPSA); and Exxaro.
The partners have combined their respective strengths, expertise and resources to provide assistance and support to small, medium and micro-sized enterprises (SMMEs) in the Lephalale community that are more than 51% black owned with SBU focusing on businesses that are 100% black owned.

http://www.angloamerican.co.za/media/press-releases/2014/02-04-2014.aspx
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The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) is a state owned entity formed in 1999 mandated to develop and operate the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) which is located adjacent the modern deep water port facility, Port of Ngqura.

The Coega Industrial Development Zone (Coega IDZ), located close to the bustling Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, is South Africa’s foremost investment hotspot for industries with a global perspective.

Coega Development Corporation strives to improve the delivery of infrastructure in the Eastern Cape by addressing skill shortages, unemployment, constrained planning and project management capacity, under-expenditure

The Coega Development Corporation (CDC)

Coega IDZ Business Centre
Corner Alcyon Road & Zibuko Street
Zone1
Coega IDZ
Port Elizabeth
6100

Telephone: 08610 COEGA / 08610 26342
Telephone: +27 41 403 0400
Fax: +27 41 403 0401
www.coega.co.za
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Corporate Social Review Magazine, a premium authoritative resource on developments/trends/news, current affairs and information in the corporate social investment, commerce and sustainability sectors 

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CORPORATE SOCIAL REVIEW 3rd & 4th QUARTER 2013

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