On Wednesday, PSG Chair Jannie Mouton published a letter he wrote (addressed to PSG “Colleagues, Shareholders and Friends) in which he revealed that he has been diagnosed with dementia.
Click here to read his heart-wrenching letter.
Hasenfuss discussed the many things that cements Mouton in South Africa’s business history.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
I don’t think there has been anyone like him, to be honest.— Marc Hasenfuss, Financial Mail
He could see value… and make money in even difficult times...— Marc Hasenfuss, Financial Mail
Jannie has always said you’ve got to back the managers.— Marc Hasenfuss, Financial Mail
Strange enough; it was Markus Jooste that came to the rescue…— Marc Hasenfuss, Financial Mail
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