Tech executive Nokky Ndlovu shines in the March edition of Woman & Home. As founder of Limit Breakers, Nokky is blazing a trail for women in an industry still dominated by men. Her considerable list of accolades is testimony to the changes she has already made to the IT landscape in South Africa and, indeed, to the world: in 2018, she was selected as one of just 20 women (and the only woman from Africa) to attend the Global Leaders of the World in the United States). With her drive and ambition (and with big plans for Africa), there are many more achievements still to come.
The shocking revelations of the Zondo Commission of Inquiry have brought a heightened awareness of ethics and corruption. This is an area where David Loxton, CEO of Africa Forensics & Cyber, is highly knowledgeable. His views on South Africa’s whistleblowing culture (or lack thereof) make for fascinating reading in the cover story of the February/March edition of Business Brief.
We remain in awe of Steyn City Properties, a client that never fails to impress with the scope of its vision. The parkland residence has a momentous year ahead as new product and exceptional facilities are launched this year, proving that although this has always been one of Johannesburg’s most captivating success stories, the best is yet to come.