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Tsogo Sun celebrates women in business


South Africa’s leading gaming, hospitality and entertainment group – Tsogo Sun – is celebrating Women’s Month along with the rest of the country this August by acknowledging the significant value that women bring to the workplace. The group has always created equal opportunities for women and has achieved remarkable results in many areas, including in the empowerment of female management, employees and women-owned suppliers.

In the arena of Tsogo Sun’s corporate affairs, the group’s commitment to Citizenship, which encompasses the upliftment and development of local communities, Entrepreneurial Development initiatives and environmental education, is resulting in significant and positive change all over the country. These results are being achieved by a dynamic women-led team.

It’s a source of great pride to the group that all of the people running the various priorities within the Citizenship team are women and all firmly committed to our philosophy of achieving lasting results and delivering effective social initiatives that create shared value with the broader society,” says Vusi Dlamini, Tsogo Sun’s Group HR Director.

Tsogo Sun has a portfolio of over 90 hotels and 14 casino and entertainment destinations throughout South Africa, Africa, the Seychelles and Abu Dhabi.

For further information go to www.tsogosun.com or join Tsogo Sun on Facebook at /TsogoSun or follow @TsogoSun on Twitter.

Some of the women behind Tsogo Sun Citizenship: (From left to right – back) Estelle Damster, Simone Lobetti, Cindy Ellis, Hellen Moropa, Noluthando Tutani, Monique Ramiah, Shanda Paine; (front) Annie Hodes, Lucia Matebane, Carla Pimenta, Rene Young, Candy Tothill, Rebone Sesoko, Hayley Moore, Vanessa Naude

Some of the women behind Tsogo Sun Citizenship: (From left to right – back) Estelle Damster, Simone Lobetti, Cindy Ellis, Hellen Moropa, Noluthando Tutani, Monique Ramiah, Shanda Paine; (front) Annie Hodes, Lucia Matebane, Carla Pimenta, Rene Young, Candy Tothill, Rebone Sesoko, Hayley Moore, Vanessa Naude

Because man and woman are the complement of one another, we need woman’s thought in national affairs to make a safe and stable government. – By Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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