It was a pure coincidence that my resignation was announced today.— Mohale Ralebitso
The Black Business Council (BBC) on Tuesday announced the resignation of its Chief Executive Officer, Mohale Ralebitso.
It, however, denied it has anything to do with him being part of the group of CEOs who have pledged their support for Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, despite it being seen as contrary to the BBC’s position.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Black Business Council CEO Mohale Ralebitso.
Listen to the audio below for the interview (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
The rule of law is paramount.— Mohale Ralebitso
I must go put on my own oxygen mask.— Mohale Ralebitso
The BBC is not short of talent.— Mohale Ralebitso
It’s more than a fulltime job… Running the BBC is a strenuous affair…— Mohale Ralebitso
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