Tommy Strydom CEO of Inyatsi Construction Group Holdings interview on infrastructure gap in African on CNBC Africa Part 2
Interview with Tommy Strydom CEO of Inyatsi Construction Group Holdings about infrastructure gap on African continent on CNBC Africa Part 1
Interview with Tommy Strydom Acting CEO of Inyatsi Construction Group- Talking about their footprint in the region and some of their reflections on the last 2 days of the World Economic Africa
According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), the outlook for growth in Africa is mixed and expected to be lower than the 5% average of the past decade, due to the dip in commodity prices and the economic slowdown in China.
However, some African countries are growing by more than 6% per year and foreign direct investment inflow still increases. Tommy Strydom, acting CEO of Inyatsi Construction, explained how this affects doing business on the continent.
INYATSI Construction Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd (ICGH) is a construction company that specialises in infrastructure projects, including roads and earthworks, civil work, bridge construction, buildings, storm water drainage, water reticulation,
World Economic Forum Africa's Durban Summit on Inclusive and Sustainable Development Nicolaas Kruger, Managing Director of MMI Insurance & Tommy Strydom, Acting Managing Director of Inyatsi Construction.
According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), the outlook for growth in Africa is mixed and expected to be lower than the 5 percent average of the past decade, due to the dip in commodity prices and the economic slowdown in China.
The below link is an article on Mr Tommy Strydom, CEO of Inyatsi Construction Group Holdings, his biography which was featured by www.engineeringnews.co.za under Business Leaders.....
In today's socioeconomic environment, with high unemployment rates and a massive skills shortage afflicting South Africa and other Southern
African countries, companies in the construction industry who do not adequately focus on succession planning could find themselves without the
required skills to take their companies forward.