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South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions

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South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions (Bloomberg) -- The South African government’s selection of a white executive to head the state power utility has outraged some unionists and politicians who see the move as a setback to efforts to address the nation’s racial disparities.Andre de Ruyter, 51, is due to become chief executive officer of debt-stricken Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. on Jan. 15 and will be the first white person to be assigned the post on a permanent basis since Allen Morgan retired in early 2001. Jacob Maroga, who was Eskom CEO from 2007 to 2009, and Dan Marokane, the utility’s former head of group capital, were among the black contenders.The National Union of Mineworkers and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the two largest unions at Eskom, criticized De Ruyter’s appointment as a setback to the country’s racial-transformation agenda. And the radical Economic Freedom Fighters, the second-largest opposition party, said the decision was racist and a deliberate attempt to diminish the role Africans play in the economy.The criticism is unfounded, according to Ntsikelelo Breakfast, a political analyst at the University of Stellenbosch.“There have been many black people who have had that position at Eskom before. Some have resigned and some have been implicated in serious transgressions,” he said Tuesday by phone. “I don’t think that the government or the board have turned a blind eye to transformation as far as Eskom is concerned.”While official data shows that white people do dominate the leadership of South African companies, that isn’t the case at state entities.The government’s Commission for Employment Equity assessed more than 26,000 companies last year and found almost 70% of top managers were white. By contrast, black South Africans, who make up 81% of the population of 58.8 million, occupied 76% of top government positions.Eskom provides about 95% of South Africa’s electricity. It’s amassed 450 billion rand ($30 billion) of debt that it can’t afford to service, is reliant on government bailouts to remain solvent and is battling to produce enough power to meet demand.De Ruyter, who holds a law degree and a masters’ degree in business administration, has considerable corporate experience, though not at state-owned companies. He’s been CEO of packaging firm Nampak Ltd. since 2014 and prior to that worked for more than two decades at petrochemical giant Sasol Ltd., where he held a number of senior management roles.The Public Enterprises Ministry, which oversees Eskom, said it employed a recruitment company that identified 142 potential candidates to fill the CEO post and it drew up a shortlist of 17 people. The utility’s board interviewed six of them, and submitted three names to the cabinet, which made the final decision.Lobby groups Business Unity South Africa and the Black Business Council both said De Ruyter was appointed after a thorough process and they were committed to working with him.“Inasmuch as the country’s transformational agenda should be supported, critical positions should be filled based on merit,” said Sethulego Matebesi, a political analyst at the University of the Free State. “We should avoid turning every issue into a political hot potato. Does the new Eskom CEO has the requisite experience and skills? If so, let us support him irrespective of his color.”To contact the reporters on this story: Mike Cohen in Cape Town at mcohen21@bloomberg.net;Paul Burkhardt in Johannesburg at pburkhardt@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Paul Richardson at pmrichardson@bloomberg.net, Karl Maier, Alastair ReedFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions

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South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions (Bloomberg) -- The South African government’s selection of a white executive to head the state power utility has outraged some unionists and politicians who see the move as a setback to efforts to address the nation’s racial disparities.Andre de Ruyter, 51, is due to become chief executive officer of debt-stricken Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. on Jan. 15 and will be the first white person to be assigned the post on a permanent basis since Allen Morgan retired in early 2001. Jacob Maroga, who was Eskom CEO from 2007 to 2009, and Dan Marokane, the utility’s former head of group capital, were among the black contenders.The National Union of Mineworkers and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the two largest unions at Eskom, criticized De Ruyter’s appointment as a setback to the country’s racial-transformation agenda. And the radical Economic Freedom Fighters, the second-largest opposition party, said the decision was racist and a deliberate attempt to diminish the role Africans play in the economy.The criticism is unfounded, according to Ntsikelelo Breakfast, a political analyst at the University of Stellenbosch.“There have been many black people who have had that position at Eskom before. Some have resigned and some have been implicated in serious transgressions,” he said Tuesday by phone. “I don’t think that the government or the board have turned a blind eye to transformation as far as Eskom is concerned.”While official data shows that white people do dominate the leadership of South African companies, that isn’t the case at state entities.The government’s Commission for Employment Equity assessed more than 26,000 companies last year and found almost 70% of top managers were white. By contrast, black South Africans, who make up 81% of the population of 58.8 million, occupied 76% of top government positions.Eskom provides about 95% of South Africa’s electricity. It’s amassed 450 billion rand ($30 billion) of debt that it can’t afford to service, is reliant on government bailouts to remain solvent and is battling to produce enough power to meet demand.De Ruyter, who holds a law degree and a masters’ degree in business administration, has considerable corporate experience, though not at state-owned companies. He’s been CEO of packaging firm Nampak Ltd. since 2014 and prior to that worked for more than two decades at petrochemical giant Sasol Ltd., where he held a number of senior management roles.The Public Enterprises Ministry, which oversees Eskom, said it employed a recruitment company that identified 142 potential candidates to fill the CEO post and it drew up a shortlist of 17 people. The utility’s board interviewed six of them, and submitted three names to the cabinet, which made the final decision.Lobby groups Business Unity South Africa and the Black Business Council both said De Ruyter was appointed after a thorough process and they were committed to working with him.“Inasmuch as the country’s transformational agenda should be supported, critical positions should be filled based on merit,” said Sethulego Matebesi, a political analyst at the University of the Free State. “We should avoid turning every issue into a political hot potato. Does the new Eskom CEO has the requisite experience and skills? If so, let us support him irrespective of his color.”To contact the reporters on this story: Mike Cohen in Cape Town at mcohen21@bloomberg.net;Paul Burkhardt in Johannesburg at pburkhardt@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Paul Richardson at pmrichardson@bloomberg.net, Karl Maier, Alastair ReedFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions

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South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions (Bloomberg) -- The South African government’s selection of a white executive to head the state power utility has outraged some unionists and politicians who see the move as a setback to efforts to address the nation’s racial disparities.Andre de Ruyter, 51, is due to become chief executive officer of debt-stricken Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. on Jan. 15 and will be the first white person to be assigned the post on a permanent basis since Allen Morgan retired in early 2001. Jacob Maroga, who was Eskom CEO from 2007 to 2009, and Dan Marokane, the utility’s former head of group capital, were among the black contenders.The National Union of Mineworkers and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the two largest unions at Eskom, criticized De Ruyter’s appointment as a setback to the country’s racial-transformation agenda. And the radical Economic Freedom Fighters, the second-largest opposition party, said the decision was racist and a deliberate attempt to diminish the role Africans play in the economy.The criticism is unfounded, according to Ntsikelelo Breakfast, a political analyst at the University of Stellenbosch.“There have been many black people who have had that position at Eskom before. Some have resigned and some have been implicated in serious transgressions,” he said Tuesday by phone. “I don’t think that the government or the board have turned a blind eye to transformation as far as Eskom is concerned.”While official data shows that white people do dominate the leadership of South African companies, that isn’t the case at state entities.The government’s Commission for Employment Equity assessed more than 26,000 companies last year and found almost 70% of top managers were white. By contrast, black South Africans, who make up 81% of the population of 58.8 million, occupied 76% of top government positions.Eskom provides about 95% of South Africa’s electricity. It’s amassed 450 billion rand ($30 billion) of debt that it can’t afford to service, is reliant on government bailouts to remain solvent and is battling to produce enough power to meet demand.De Ruyter, who holds a law degree and a masters’ degree in business administration, has considerable corporate experience, though not at state-owned companies. He’s been CEO of packaging firm Nampak Ltd. since 2014 and prior to that worked for more than two decades at petrochemical giant Sasol Ltd., where he held a number of senior management roles.The Public Enterprises Ministry, which oversees Eskom, said it employed a recruitment company that identified 142 potential candidates to fill the CEO post and it drew up a shortlist of 17 people. The utility’s board interviewed six of them, and submitted three names to the cabinet, which made the final decision.Lobby groups Business Unity South Africa and the Black Business Council both said De Ruyter was appointed after a thorough process and they were committed to working with him.“Inasmuch as the country’s transformational agenda should be supported, critical positions should be filled based on merit,” said Sethulego Matebesi, a political analyst at the University of the Free State. “We should avoid turning every issue into a political hot potato. Does the new Eskom CEO has the requisite experience and skills? If so, let us support him irrespective of his color.”To contact the reporters on this story: Mike Cohen in Cape Town at mcohen21@bloomberg.net;Paul Burkhardt in Johannesburg at pburkhardt@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Paul Richardson at pmrichardson@bloomberg.net, Karl Maier, Alastair ReedFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions

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South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions (Bloomberg) -- The South African government’s selection of a white executive to head the state power utility has outraged some unionists and politicians who see the move as a setback to efforts to address the nation’s racial disparities.Andre de Ruyter, 51, is due to become chief executive officer of debt-stricken Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. on Jan. 15 and will be the first white person to be assigned the post on a permanent basis since Allen Morgan retired in early 2001. Jacob Maroga, who was Eskom CEO from 2007 to 2009, and Dan Marokane, the utility’s former head of group capital, were among the black contenders.The National Union of Mineworkers and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the two largest unions at Eskom, criticized De Ruyter’s appointment as a setback to the country’s racial-transformation agenda. And the radical Economic Freedom Fighters, the second-largest opposition party, said the decision was racist and a deliberate attempt to diminish the role Africans play in the economy.The criticism is unfounded, according to Ntsikelelo Breakfast, a political analyst at the University of Stellenbosch.“There have been many black people who have had that position at Eskom before. Some have resigned and some have been implicated in serious transgressions,” he said Tuesday by phone. “I don’t think that the government or the board have turned a blind eye to transformation as far as Eskom is concerned.”While official data shows that white people do dominate the leadership of South African companies, that isn’t the case at state entities.The government’s Commission for Employment Equity assessed more than 26,000 companies last year and found almost 70% of top managers were white. By contrast, black South Africans, who make up 81% of the population of 58.8 million, occupied 76% of top government positions.Eskom provides about 95% of South Africa’s electricity. It’s amassed 450 billion rand ($30 billion) of debt that it can’t afford to service, is reliant on government bailouts to remain solvent and is battling to produce enough power to meet demand.De Ruyter, who holds a law degree and a masters’ degree in business administration, has considerable corporate experience, though not at state-owned companies. He’s been CEO of packaging firm Nampak Ltd. since 2014 and prior to that worked for more than two decades at petrochemical giant Sasol Ltd., where he held a number of senior management roles.The Public Enterprises Ministry, which oversees Eskom, said it employed a recruitment company that identified 142 potential candidates to fill the CEO post and it drew up a shortlist of 17 people. The utility’s board interviewed six of them, and submitted three names to the cabinet, which made the final decision.Lobby groups Business Unity South Africa and the Black Business Council both said De Ruyter was appointed after a thorough process and they were committed to working with him.“Inasmuch as the country’s transformational agenda should be supported, critical positions should be filled based on merit,” said Sethulego Matebesi, a political analyst at the University of the Free State. “We should avoid turning every issue into a political hot potato. Does the new Eskom CEO has the requisite experience and skills? If so, let us support him irrespective of his color.”To contact the reporters on this story: Mike Cohen in Cape Town at mcohen21@bloomberg.net;Paul Burkhardt in Johannesburg at pburkhardt@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Paul Richardson at pmrichardson@bloomberg.net, Karl Maier, Alastair ReedFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions

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South Africa’s Choice of White CEO for Eskom Angers Labor Unions (Bloomberg) -- The South African government’s selection of a white executive to head the state power utility has outraged some unionists and politicians who see the move as a setback to efforts to address the nation’s racial disparities.Andre de Ruyter, 51, is due to become chief executive officer of debt-stricken Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. on Jan. 15 and will be the first white person to be assigned the post on a permanent basis since Allen Morgan retired in early 2001. Jacob Maroga, who was Eskom CEO from 2007 to 2009, and Dan Marokane, the utility’s former head of group capital, were among the black contenders.The National Union of Mineworkers and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the two largest unions at Eskom, criticized De Ruyter’s appointment as a setback to the country’s racial-transformation agenda. And the radical Economic Freedom Fighters, the second-largest opposition party, said the decision was racist and a deliberate attempt to diminish the role Africans play in the economy.The criticism is unfounded, according to Ntsikelelo Breakfast, a political analyst at the University of Stellenbosch.“There have been many black people who have had that position at Eskom before. Some have resigned and some have been implicated in serious transgressions,” he said Tuesday by phone. “I don’t think that the government or the board have turned a blind eye to transformation as far as Eskom is concerned.”While official data shows that white people do dominate the leadership of South African companies, that isn’t the case at state entities.The government’s Commission for Employment Equity assessed more than 26,000 companies last year and found almost 70% of top managers were white. By contrast, black South Africans, who make up 81% of the population of 58.8 million, occupied 76% of top government positions.Eskom provides about 95% of South Africa’s electricity. It’s amassed 450 billion rand ($30 billion) of debt that it can’t afford to service, is reliant on government bailouts to remain solvent and is battling to produce enough power to meet demand.De Ruyter, who holds a law degree and a masters’ degree in business administration, has considerable corporate experience, though not at state-owned companies. He’s been CEO of packaging firm Nampak Ltd. since 2014 and prior to that worked for more than two decades at petrochemical giant Sasol Ltd., where he held a number of senior management roles.The Public Enterprises Ministry, which oversees Eskom, said it employed a recruitment company that identified 142 potential candidates to fill the CEO post and it drew up a shortlist of 17 people. The utility’s board interviewed six of them, and submitted three names to the cabinet, which made the final decision.Lobby groups Business Unity South Africa and the Black Business Council both said De Ruyter was appointed after a thorough process and they were committed to working with him.“Inasmuch as the country’s transformational agenda should be supported, critical positions should be filled based on merit,” said Sethulego Matebesi, a political analyst at the University of the Free State. “We should avoid turning every issue into a political hot potato. Does the new Eskom CEO has the requisite experience and skills? If so, let us support him irrespective of his color.”To contact the reporters on this story: Mike Cohen in Cape Town at mcohen21@bloomberg.net;Paul Burkhardt in Johannesburg at pburkhardt@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Paul Richardson at pmrichardson@bloomberg.net, Karl Maier, Alastair ReedFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Teen girl arrested in plot to attack a church in Georgia

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A prominent bishop said it was divine intervention that no events were scheduled at a Hall County church last Wednesday night. That’s after police announced they arrested a 16-year-old girl who allegedly planned to visit the predominantly black church that night and kill those inside. The teen, who is white, planned to attack the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, according to Gainesville police. “Our investigation indicated the church was targeted by the juvenile based on the racial demographics of the church members,” police Chief Jay Parrish said Tuesday in a news release. “The church was immediately notified of the incident by Gainesville police to ensure the safety of our community and the current threat was under control.” It’s not clear how the girl planned to carry out the alleged attack, but Parrish said the teen collected knives. Gainesville High School administrators learned of the alleged plot from students who told them the girl had a notebook with “detailed plans to commit murder” at the church, Parrish said. https://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law/brea...CVcvufhO/# Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Seattle Landlords Fight for Right to Refuse Criminals Tenancy

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Landlords in Seattle are fighting a local housing ordinance that forces them to accept potentially violent criminals, including sex offenders, as residential tenants. They are preparing to take their legal challenge all the way to the Supreme Court. Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), a Sacramento-based public interest law firm that represents the landlords, is optimistic about […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Opravdu nečekané probuzení připravil českému internetu ve středu novinář Erik Best. Jeho vtipkování o sirotcích a předsedovi lidovců Výborném, který před několika týdny ovdověl, vyvolalo až na naprosté výjimky odpor a znechucení. A mnozí samozřejmě přidali, že toto o „oblíbenci Zemana“ věděli už dlouho.
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„Jsou v pasti.“ Po Letné a oslavách: Erik Best sčítá a účtuje Milionu chvilek, novinářům a jiným. A vidí změnu

20.11.2019, 04:43

Milion chvilek na Letné a místy poněkud divoké oslavy 17. listopadu. Jak události posledního víkendu hodnotí politický analytik a novinář Erik Best? Opět mnohé překvapí. Jde o Babiše, jeho projev chválící Havla i média a jejich přístup ke „chvilkařům“.
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Kmenta: Zemanovy tajné peníze. On je jednoduchej, kouří, pije a říká bonmoty. Ale jeho okolí... Ať máme někoho jako Čaputová a on se tím užírá do 100 let

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Investigativní novinář Jaroslav Kmenta napsal knihu Rudý Zeman. Obrázek na obálce čtenáře utvrdí, že je jím myšlen současný český prezident. Martinu Veselovskému ve studiu DVTV autor vysvětlil, že „ono ho to asi nejlíp vystihuje“.
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„Lůza. Neotravuj!“ Pískání na Klause ml.: Další kolo. Pěkně ostré. A dopad na Trikolóru?

20.11.2019, 07:54

Zdá se, že video z Národní třídy opravdu rozvířilo debatu o odkazu 17. listopadu a kdo si ho může nárokovat. A také zvedlo návštěvnost na turné Trikolóry. Hradní mluvčí Jiří Ovčáček by podepsal slova o lůze a vyzval opoziční politiky, aby se za své příznivce omluvili. Václav Láska označil Václava Klause mladšího za českého Mariana Kotlebu. Antiislámský aktivista Konvička naopak prohlašuje, že Klaus se úplně distancoval od čehokoliv, byť jen nálepkovitě připomínajícího fašismus a poslal Lásku pro „krabicák“.
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