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Dr Iqbal Survé en Ladislas Agbesi
ANA > AFRICAN NEWS AGENCY (AFRIKA NUUS AGENTSKAP)
SEKUNJALO INVESTMENT AND INDEPENDENT MEDIA
1997 – Waar het dit begin?
Mandela en swart bemagtiging – 1997
In order to address this economic imbalance in the country between black and white people, the newly established, democratic government adopted an affirmative economic policy called Black Economic Empowerment, popularly referred to as Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE).
Heeding the call from President Nelson Mandela, Dr Iqbal Survé, a medical doctor, close to President Nelson Mandela decided to leave medicine, to establish The Sekunjalo Group. The Group was founded on an ethos of social justice and broad-based economic participation and inclusion for the majority of South Africans.
Dit het SAPA “vervang” maar slegs vir Swart Media – Pan African
ANA en SAPA
This is the tagline of a new news syndication agency announced on Tuesday, set to fill the void which will be left by Sapa when it closes at the end of next month. The agency will provide breaking news, politics, economics and business, sport, crime and courts, and lifestyle articles.
African News Agency – or Ana – will publish its first content in text, video, picture and audio on March 1, through an initial investment of $20 million (R234m).
News outlets around the world will be able to pay a subscription fee to Ana and receive access to view and use content produced all over Africa.
The agency is backed by Ladislas Agbesi, executive chairman of the Pan African Business Forum, as well as Dr Iqbal Survé, executive chairman of Sekunjalo Investment Holdings and owner of Independent Newspapers.