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Bonang Mohale: We are happy with quality of membership at BMF

Yesterday was the last day for Bonang Mohale as president of the Black Management Forum (BMF). A new president, Mncane Mthunzi, was elected at its Annual General Meeting.

Mohale leaves the BMF at a time where black CEOs in the JSE companies had dropped and concerns that BMF hasn't been effective in transformation issues.

702's John Robbie spoke to Mohale about his tenure as the leader of the BMF as well as the forum's relevance.

Listen to the conversation below:


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