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Shortage of doctors stretches health-care system to limit

12 October 2017
DOCTORS have one of the most privileged jobs in the world - helping patients and improving the health of the nation. What doctors do is often wonderful, inspiring and life-affirming. They hold our health and sometimes our lives in their hands. They heal, comfort and are our friends when we are at a loss of what to do when ailments strike us or our loved ones.

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AfroCentric donates vehicle to Vosloorus Maternity Clinic

10 October 2017
VOSLOORUS, October 10, 2017 – AfroCentric Group has donated a new vehicle to Eluthandweni Maternity Clinic to empower it, improve its resources, and ensure easier access to quality healthcare for the community of Vosloorus and the surrounding areas.

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The haleness of disruptive innovation

02 October 2017

Should the health-care system change to save it? Yes, argues FARAYI CHINYANGA HISTORIANS remind us that we can't have a better tomorrow if we are thinking about yesterday all the time. We are advised that having a vision does not ensure greatness, but the lack of vision surely prevents it. The challenge in crafting a vision for a better tomorrow can sometimes be disruptive, which leads some people to ask whether we need to disrupt the health-care system to save it., The same question is being asked about National Health Insurance (NHI), and the extent to which its socioeconomic and political trappings are disruptive. The arrival of NHI can be linked to the concept of disruptive innovation, defined by author Scott Anthony as "something that creates a new market or transforms an existing one through simplicity, convenience, accessibility, or affordability".

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Women's issues must stay in focus

21 September 2017

WOMEN's Month in South Africa winds down, and with it the focus on issues pertinent to women will shift, until perhaps November 25 when we take up the cudgels again on International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and the launch of 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children.

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Private healthcare industry set to play larger role in NHI

07 September 2017

The private healthcare industry has the expertise and capacity to help the government improve public health under National Health Insurance (NHI), Afrocentric CEO Antoine van Buuren says, citing his company’s recent experience delivering medicines to state patients as a case in point.

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Pharmacy Direct notice on delivery of medication

04 September 2017
Pharmacy Direct has noted with concern matters raised by some customers in social and mainstream media.

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Fraud, abuse rife in private healthcare

29 August 2017

Fraud, abuse rife in private healthcare Schemes pay more than 92% of contributions directly to expenses, writes Alf James private healthcare is a privilege few could afford without medical aid or health insurance. As the cost of private healthcare continues to escalate with above inflationary increases year on year, choosing a medical scheme able to control costs is critical, says Paul Midlane, GM: healthcare fraud and abuse at Medscheme, a subsidiary of the AfroCentric Group.

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Learnerships and Internships

04 August 2017

South Africa is facing a crisis. Unemployment is steadily rising and our scarce skills are consistently emigrating. The poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting poor. Every year, thousands of youth matriculate and thousands more graduate. We have highly energetic, passionate young people leaving their places of education and the reality is, they have nowhere to go.

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Afrocentric Group and Medscheme bags three awards in one week

03 August 2017

AfroCentric Group and its subsidiary, Medscheme, received three awards when the health and medical aid sector recognised them for efficiency, innovation, member experience and employee wellness in the industry.

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Afrocentric Group and Medscheme Honoured for Innovation and Efficiency

20 July 2017

JOHANNESBURG, July 20, 2017- The health and medical aid sector has honoured Medscheme, for efficiency, innovation and member experience in the industry.

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Why you are paying more for less?

21 June 2017
Everyone is pointing fingers at everyone else when it comes to the reasons why the cost of private healthcare continues soaring into above inflationary increases year-on-year. Choosing a medical scheme is considered a necessary evil, the cost of which is reluctantly absorbed due to the ever-present of public healthcare services, however the reality is no one could afford the privilege of private healthcare without the associated health insurance.

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Public Private Partnerships, the COG for improving the health of our nation

13 June 2017

By Antoine Van Buuren

"The wise and virtuous man is at all times willing that his own private interest should be sacrificed to the public interest,” said Adam Smith, the 18th century philosopher renowned as the father of modern economics, and a major proponent of Laissez-faire economic policies.

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AfroCentric bursary offers to nurture medical students

01 June 2017
PRETORIA, May 30, 2017 - AfroCentric Group has spent almost a million towards bursaries on four students studying medicine, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) at two Tshwane universities.

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Medscheme to Provide Additional Managed Care Services to SAMWUMED

02 December 2016
SAMWUMED has announced that it will be extending its partnership with Medscheme, a leading medical aid health administration and managed care organisation.

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Cutting medical aid costs for a win-win solution

24 October 2016
THEY say when you have your health, you have everything.

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Celebrating SAs business leaders

12 October 2016
CNBC Africa broadcast an All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA) Southern Africa highlights special on 6 October at 7pm on DStv Channel 410.

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Largest medical scheme amalgamation gets green light

06 October 2016

The much anticipated amalgamation between Bonitas Medical Fund (Bonitas) and LMS Medical Scheme (previously known as Liberty Medical Scheme) – the largest transaction of its kind in the SA healthcare industry - has received the stamp of approval by the Competition Commission and the Council of Medical Schemes (CMS), effective 1 October 2016.

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AfroCentric posts profit increase

20 September 2016
MEDICAL scheme administrator AfroCentric yesterday reported a R218.57 million after tax profit for the year ended June.compared with R178 .77m during the previous corresponding period last year.

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Women urged to open doors for others

07 September 2016
WELLKNOWN business mogul and philanthropist, Dr Anna Mokgokong, has encouraged business women in key positions to open doors for other women.

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Doc scores multibillion gas deal

11 August 2016
VETERAN entrepreneur and prolific dealmaker Dr Anna Mokgokong believes that a R14-billion gas project she is working on will propel her to greater heights.

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More women role models needed

10 August 2016
IN A WORLD where power dynamics call for strong, capable leadership, the workplace is where the first nuances of building character and leadership traits are nurtured. Tomorrow's generation needs to know and relate to people that can inspire them to outstanding success.

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Medscheme honoured for service excellence in health administration and managed care

22 July 2016
Medscheme, a subsidiary of AfroCentric Health, received top honours for service excellence in medical aid administration and managed care at the Board of Healthcare Funders' (BHF) Titanium Awards event, recently held in Cape Town. The Titanium awards recognise excellence in healthcare and form part of the annual BHF industry conference.

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The haleness of disruptive innovation

15 July 2016
Should the healthcare system change to save it? Yes, argues FARAYI CHINYANGA

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'Strive to get into positions of power'

24 June 2016
Women of 1956 set the benchmark, says Shabangu

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I can’t afford to have breast cancer

01 June 2016
The survival rate of breast cancer may be increasing, but so is the cost of treatment, finds Alina Hardcastle.

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Shortage of doctors stretches health-care system to limit

31 May 2016
DOCTORS have one of the most privileged jobs in the world - helping patients and improving the health of the nation. What doctors do is often wonderful, inspiring and life-affirming. They hold our health and sometimes our lives in their hands. They heal, comfort and are our friends when we are at a loss of what to do when ailments strike us or our loved ones.

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Charlotte Maxeke school gets revamped

25 May 2016

PARKTOWN – The Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Hospital School receives R800 000 in renovations.

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SA’s top companies to collaborate with Vision 2030 Summit

25 May 2016
Topco Media is excited to host the second annual Vision 2030 Summit, 8-9 June 2016 at Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg. The Minister in the Presidency and chairperson of the National Planning Commission, the Honourable Jeff Radebe will once again open the Summit. Other prominent speakers include Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, South African politician and advocate Dr Mathews Phosa and Tom Moyane, the Commissioner of SARS.

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Predictive modelling - a key to sustaining healthcare in the future

06 May 2016
The award winning Medscheme Health Intelligence Unit (HIU) was recently invited to present at the Johns Hopkins University 2016 ACG® System International Conference. HIU delivered an update on Medscheme’s work using predictive modelling to inform the design of health risk capture strategies.

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Liberating by educating

29 April 2016
FREEDOM Day, on 27 April, is dedicated to the first democratic elections in South Africa.

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Making the most - that's Anna Mokgokong

14 April 2016
A successful woman who feels our city leads from the front.

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B-BBEE - Who's going beyond compliance?

14 April 2016
Committed organisations will be recognised at the 15th annual Oliver Empowerment Awards on Thursday, 14 April 2016 at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, where the Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor and the CEO of BUSA Khanyisile Kweyama are expected to speak. Some of the award finalists include Woolworths, City of Tshwane, Sun International, Murray & Roberts, AfroCentric Health, Aspen Pharmacare Holdings, DHL Express and Eskom Holdings.

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Market Cover

01 April 2016
POTENTIAL AMALGAMATION BETWEEN BONITAS MEDICAL FUND AND LIBERTY MEDICAL SCHEME
Two of South Africa's most prominent medical schemes, Bonitas Medical Fund ('Bonitas') and Liberty Medical Scheme ('LMS'), are in discussions to amalgamate to create an even stronger and more sustainable medical scheme that will provide enhanced cover and benefits to their respective members. If successful, the amalgamation will further entrench Bonitas' role as a leader in the healthcare market.

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Proposed sugar tax outweighs hit to our pockets

29 March 2016
HAVE you ever wondered why chocolate cake is on many people's list of comfort foods? Or why it is that we continue to indulge in ice cream and sweets, even when we aren't really hungry? Why is it that it is sometimes almost impossible to resist a sweet fizzy drink?

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Executive moves

24 March 2016
Executive moves

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'Even in tough times, the elephant must dance' - Sanlam boss

20 March 2016
If Ian Kirk is having a  tough time adapting to his relatively new job as the group chief executive of  Sanlam, he knows how to hide it.

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Bonitas and Liberty Medical Scheme set to merge, in industry's biggest ever transaction

17 March 2016
Two of South Africa’s most prominent medical schemes, Bonitas Medical Fund and Liberty Medical Scheme, are in discussions to amalgamate.

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Amazon puts roots in SA

03 March 2016
While global online retail company Amazon.com widens its net with online food shopping and walk-in bookstores, its web services division is making inroads in South Africa. Amazon Web Services says it is recruiting 250 people for its offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg.

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Putting people first

01 March 2016
SekelaXabiso's CEO Lindani Dhlamini talks about transforming intent into action to build South African businesses

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US-SA business partners sought - Citizen Second Edition

17 February 2016
South African business-woman Anna Mokgokong is in the US business capital New York this week to increase trade and investment partnerships at the heart of the black industrialists programme.

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Born for business

01 February 2016
When she was young her dream was to be an actress, but being business savvy led Dr Anna Mokgokong into the world where she still stands out as a shining star.

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Donation will help keep girls in school

28 January 2016
“We are truly honoured to be able to support the sterling work of Home of Hope for Girls.”

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What are benefits of M&A in today's competitive world?

27 January 2016
IN BUSINESS, you can't afford to stand still. Whether you do it organically through internal change, or by some sort of partnership, acquisition or a merger with another company, you have to change and grow to remain competitive.

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Executive Moves

14 January 2016
Executive Moves

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Sanlam acquires 28.7% stake in ACT Healthcare Assets for R703m

15 December 2015

Sanlam media release

Sanlam is pleased to announce that the requisite approvals have now been obtained to complete the previously announced transaction for the acquisition of a 28.7% stake in the issued share capital of Afrocentric Healthcare Assets Proprietary Limited (AHA) for R703 million.

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Executive Moves

10 December 2015
Executive Moves

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AfroCentric Health revitalizes small businesses

04 November 2015
You often hear of enterprise development of black owned small businesses in other fields but seldom in the private health sector. But one company is making a mark.

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AfroCentric Health

01 November 2015
AfroCentric Investment Corporation Limited (AfroCentric) and houses AfroCentric's healthcare assets.

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Leading from the front

26 October 2015
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL not only broadens the mind, but being well-travelled provides leaders with a competitive edge in the workplace. Getting a view of the bigger global picture and learning adaptability are important milestones in the life of a leader. Dr Anna Mokgokong, or simply Dr Anna as she is warmly referred to, knows all about that. Born in Soweto and raised in Swaziland, the head of multi-billion rand investment company Community Investment Holdings [CIH], with holdings across the healthcare, technology, finance, logistics, and mining sectors, started off selling sandwiches and bags to fellow students while studying to be a doctor. She used her medical training as a launch pad into business, and has since developed interests in many different industries. She sits on numerous company boards locally and internationally and chairs AfroCentric Group and AfroCentric Health Group.

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AfroCentric supports local business

21 October 2015
A Bedfordview based company, The Media and Writer’s Firm, is one of the ll companies that benefited from an R8-million investment by a health care company.

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Women do it themselves

16 October 2015
Prominent South African businesswoman Dr Anna Mokgokong, who has been honoured across the world for her business acumen and contribution to her country’s socio-economic development, talks to African Independent about the gains and challenges facing African entrepreneurs.

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Black economic empowerment takes a bow

14 October 2015
IT'S ALL about black economic empowerment for Community Investment Holdings (CIH), a company which this week celebrated its 20th anniversary at an event at which President Jacob Zuma stopped by to pay his respects, much to the delight of co-founder Dr Anna Mokgokong.

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Black industrialists are changing the rules of the game

13 October 2015
When Community Investment Holdings was founded twenty years ago, the vision was very clear: to join the mainstream economy and today the company has grown in leaps and bounds with interest in six vital areas of the economy ; healthcare, technology and telecommunications, logistics, mining, power and energy.

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Paving the way for sustainable healthcare

01 October 2015
AfroCentric Health is committed to fostering a relationship between the private and public healthcare sectors for the benefit of all South Africans

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4-steps to keep your staff happy and healthy

30 September 2015
Your employees are the most convincing brand ambassadors for your organisation. But can also be your most ruthless critics. As the people who experience your company culture first-hand and ultimately “live your brand”, they are a product of what you stand for. So it makes sound business sense to create a working environment in which people are happy and fulfilled and where they’d prefer to remain.

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Medscheme awarded POLMED administration and managed care contracts

17 September 2015
The Trustees of the South African Police Service Medical Scheme (POLMED) recently announced the award of both its administration and managed care contracts to Medscheme (Pty) Limited, a subsidiary of Afrocentric Health Limited, which in turn is a subsidiary of black-owned and controlled, Afrocentric Investment Corporation Limited (Afrocentric). POLMED provides medical benefits to employees of the South African Police Services (SAPS) and is the fourth largest medical scheme in South Africa covering some 500,000 beneficiaries.

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Medscheme: Making an impact in the medical industry

09 September 2015

Leadership talks to Medscheme CEO Kevin Aron, about the company and the state of the industry as a whole Leading South Africa's largest health risk management services provider and second largest medical aid administrator requires resilience and courage, according to CEO Kevin Aron.

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New payment integrity platform to cut healthcare fraud in Southern Africa

01 September 2015
Partnership between AfroCentric's Helios ITS and FICO pioneers a new approach to improve the integrity of SA's healthcare system.

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Medscheme and SASES to Pilot New Funding Model

31 August 2015

Medscheme and the SA Society of Endoscopic Surgeons (SASES) have revealed a joint plan to address the challenges associated with funding laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery.

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Executive Moves

06 August 2015

Wallace Holmes and Hannes Boonzaaier

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Medscheme announces roll-out of an Electronic Medical Records platform - Less administration for GPs

27 July 2015

Medscheme announces roll-out of an Electronic Medical Records platform - Less administration for GPs, more time to treat patients

Although the benefits offered by Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) to both healthcare professionals as well as healthcare administrators have long been recognised, uptake has been slow both locally and internationally. This now looks set to change as Medscheme, a subsidiary of the AfroCentric Health Group and South Africa's largest health risk management services provider, today announced its intention to roll out an EMR platform that will be available to all administrators.

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AfroCentric Health Limited demonstrates victory in HR strategy

27 July 2015
AfroCentric Health Limited wins two awards - Best HR Strategic Plan and Best Health and Well Being Strategy at Careers24 The Future of HR Awards on 23 July.

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Bright future for black industrialists

16 July 2015
Some of the most commonly asked questions on the economy and business are: How do big businesses and companies, small and medium enterprises thrive, reduce unemployment and poverty by creating jobs. In short, how does a country spur economic growth?

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'The world is your oyster'

11 June 2015
Businesswoman Dr Anna Mokgokong wants to empower others

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The next chapter

21 May 2015
Johan van Zyl changed the business in key ways it will be tough for successor Ian Kirk to match, but Sanlam's new CE is a specialist at sweating assets, writes Stephen Cranston

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Building a robust business empire

15 May 2015
BY BUHLE NDWENI Internationally acclaimed entrepreneur Anna Mokgokong was recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the South African Premier Business Awards. A medical doctor by training, she has come a long way from her days as a medical officer at Ga-Rankuwa Hospital (now known as Dr George Mukhari Hospital) in the north of Pretoria.

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Black businessmen 'are too territorial'

10 May 2015
Black men in top management positions in South African companies are still keeping the boardroom doors closed to women.

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Dr Anna Mokgokong, Businesswoman and Philanthropist

10 April 2015
One of South Africa's most inspiring businesswoman and philanthropist, Dr Anna Mokgokong, was on 9 April 2015, honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014/15 South African Premier Business Awards.

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Help us grow SA, Ramaphosa tells entrepreneurs

10 April 2015
Cape Town - Entrepreneurs, think not only about what you would like to achieve for yourself, but also what you would like to achieve for our nation.

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AfroCentric sees positive future

31 March 2015
BLACK economic empowerment (BEE)-styled healthcare firm AfroCentric Investment Corporation reported 26.6% growth in profit during the six months ended December and said more growth can be expected going forward due to acquisitions.

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Accolades rain on Medscheme

19 February 2015
Medscheme, the largest health risk management services provider and the third largest medical scheme administrator in South Africa, dominated the 2014 PMR Awards scooping an impressive 14 awards, underlining its position as the country's foremost managed healthcare firm.

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Accolades rain on Medscheme at PMR Awards

08 December 2014
Medscheme, the largest health risk management services provider and the third largest medical scheme administrator in South Africa dominated the 2014 PMR Awards scooping an impressive 14 awards, underlining its position as the country’s foremost managed healthcare firm.

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Paving the way for community: Mokgokong receives top award

24 November 2014
DR ANNA Mokgokong, chairwoman of Community Investment Holdings, recently won the SABC Capital City Business Leader of the Year Award for 2014.

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Scooters donated to fight Ebola

20 November 2014
The AfroCentric Health group donated 17 scooters to the department of health on 18 November to help in the fight against Ebola in West Africa.

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She's a capital leader in the world of business

19 November 2014
FROM humble beginnings as a hawker, to a doctor, to eventually owning a company employing 40 000 people. That is part of the story that has culminated in a Pretoria woman receiving the SABC Capital City Business Leader Of The Year 2014.

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SA wheels out Ebola response

18 November 2014
THE call by the national Department of Health to create the Ebola Response Fund to assist affected regions in Africa to address humanitarian and social crises unfolding has been heeded.

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SABC Capital City Business Leader of the Year Award winner announced

14 November 2014
Dr Anna Mokgokong, Chairperson, Community Investment Holdings has been awarded the SABC Capital City Business Leader of the Year Award for 2014.

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Sanlam - the most active insurer in M&A?

03 October 2014

Sanlam has taken centre stage this week with the announcement of two transactions; one at home in South Africa with AfroCentric Investment and the other in Kenya, through its emerging markets arm.

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Sanlam to acquire stake in AfroCentric Healthcare Assets Proprietary Limited

02 October 2014
Sanlam is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement to acquire a 28.7% stake in the issued share capital of Afrocentric Healthcare Assets (Proprietary) Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Afrocentric Investment Corporation Limited (AfroCentric). The transaction is subject to certain conditions precedent.

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Two material deals position the group for growth

02 October 2014
CAPE TOWN – On Tuesday small cap AfroCentric announced two separate deals that the market seemed to like. The company's share price bounced 9% on the announcements that came out together with its annual results to the end of June 2014.

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Deal between Sanlam and AfroCentric

01 October 2014
Black-controlled listed group Afrocentric Investment Corporation [JSE:ACT] (AfroCentric) and Sanlam [JSE:SLM] have reached agreements for the issue to Sanlam of a 28.7% interest in AfroCentric's wholly-owned subsidiary Afrocentric Healthcare Assets.

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Afrocentric gains for second day

15 September 2014
HEALTHCARE | Afrocentric, the holding firm of Medscheme, gained 4.55% to R4.60 on Friday after Thursday's 10 % jump after it said it expected to report on September 30 that diluted headline earnings per share for the year to June rose 65%-70% from the previous year's

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Meet Dr Anna Mokgokong and her R18bn-a-year empire!

18 August 2014
For the past seven years, Destiny magazine has brought readers engaging and powerful women who've taken advantage of what the dawn of democracy brought economically, Dr Anna Mokgokong is one such woman. Dr Mokgokong's business empire has sizeable turnover of R18bn a year.

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The doctor is in

12 August 2014

Despite the weighty demands of a business empire spanning healthcare, technology, logistics, mining and energy, Dr Anna Mokgokong is dedicated to uplifting other women as well.

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Anna Mokgokong

21 July 2014
A medical doctor by profession, Dr Anna Mokgokong set off in 1995 to start what has today become one of South Africa's biggest business success stories.

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Value in IPAs

03 July 2014
The vast majority of fulltime GPs have realised the importance of joining Independent Practitioners Associations (IPAs), according to Dr Tony Behrman, Chief Executive Officer of the IPA Foundation (IPAF).

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Back to Health

01 July 2014
Embracing the principles of BBBEE, Medscheme supports the participation of SA's previously disadvantaged in the development of a healthy nation and vibrant economy

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AfroCentric rises on cautionary

12 June 2014
AfroCentric rose as much as 13.95% to an intraday high of R4.90 yesterday and closed 9.3% higher at R4.70, a day after the holding company, whose main investment is Medscheme, released a cautionary statement saying it had entered into discussions. Staff Writer

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Medscheme: Aron to step us as group chief

10 June 2014
Medscheme had promoted its managing director to chief executive, it said yesterday.

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Afrocentric under cautionary

10 June 2014
Market speculation is that this may relate to a further investment in subsidiary Medscheme.

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Medscheme South Africas managing director has been appointed the permanent head of the multi-medical aid scheme administrator, Medscheme Holdings

09 June 2014
There's a new leading man at the helm of Medscheme Holdings. Kevin Aron, the current managing director of Medscheme South Africa, which administers various medical aid schemes including Government Employees Medical Scheme, Bonitas, SABC Medical Aid Scheme, Nedgroup Medical Aid Group and Sasolmed, has been appointed the new permanent CEO of the group.

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Adcock reshuffles its board after Bidvest triumphs

14 April 2014
PHARMACEUTICAL firm Adcock Ingram has emerged from a bitter takeover fight, won by Bidvest Group, with a reshuffled board.

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AfroCentric interim operating profit jumps 7%

25 March 2014
BLACK-owned investment holding company AfroCentric on Monday reported a 7% increase in operating profit to R145m for the six months ended December, thanks to organic revenue growth from its Medscheme subsidiary.

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AfroCentric appoints auditors

24 March 2014
Afrocentric Investment on Thursday said it had appointed Sizwe Ntsaluba Goboda and Pwc as its joint external auditors for the financial year ending June 30.

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Nominee CFO Awards: Wallace Holmes. CFO Afrocentric

17 March 2014
Wallace Holmes is nominated for the CFO Awards. Here below the factsheet of Wallace and Afrocentric is shown. The factsheet together with his jury interview will be used to determine the CFO Award winners.

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Finweek - Hidden Value

31 October 2013
THE AFROCENTRIC graph over the last month makes for sad reading.Especially if you are the Editor of Finweek and keep telling people that the investment case for this company is sound.

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Finweek -Trader's Alley

10 October 2013
Finweek – Trader’s Alley

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Business Day Upbeat – Afrocentric Lifts Dividend

30 September 2013
Disappointing results from company's investment in Jasco Electronics offset by positive performance in healthcare business.

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Afrocentric placed 4th in FM Top Companies Awards

08 July 2013
The FM top Companies Awards 2013 have placed AfroCentric investment Corporation (AfroCentric) in fourth place.Now with a market capitalisation in excess of R1 billion, this is the first year that the company is eligible as a candidate for the awards. 

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More than Medical Care – The Little Black Book

31 May 2013
More than medical care.Clinical precision in helping with business growth.

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Still at the top – The Little Black Book

31 May 2013
Still at the top .A good combination leadership and academic acumen.

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