Having recently hosted the 30th Annual MANEX awards at the Michelangelo Towers in Sandton, The Wits Business School and The Wits Business School Journal would like to congratulate Mark Lamberti on this fabulous achievement. He joined other captains of industry like Maria Ramos, Johann Rupert, Trevor Manuel and Pravhin Gordon as a winner of the award that celebrates excellence in Management.
2013 will see the Wits Business School celebrate 45 years of producing thought leaders in Africa and the Wits Business School Journal
will continue to produce the same award winning content for Africa's brightest minds. For nearly a decade now, the Journal
has been at the forefront of current and academic editorial, and with a PICA award-winning editorial team, 2013 promises to deliver more thought provoking and educating editorial.
We will continue to strengthen our focus on areas like skills development, mining, engineering, entrepreneurship and the global economic impact on Africa. We aim to grow and strengthen ties between the alumni of the Wits Business School and other business leaders who religiously read the Journal
on a quarterly basis. We have taken our digital offering to a whole new level in 2012, and 2013 will see us develop a larger digital subscriber base in South Africa and more importantly in Africa. The digital platform will allow us to take our content to an audience with continental and global influence and through strategic partnerships, we aim expand on a digitally global scale.
We would like to thank those clients who have supported us throughout 2012, and we look forward to strengthening those relationships next year. We are hoping that in 2013 we can welcome more companies to our illustrious team and share your successes and services with some very prominent alumni as well as likeminded businessmen and women.