BMF calls for Manyi’s resignation

By Andy Rice 30 September 2010

Former Black Management Forum president Lot Ndlovu has called on current president of the organisation, Jimmy Manyi, to step down from his position. "This organisation cannot be led successfully if the leadership is not overtly strong on values," Ndlovu said on Thursday. If Manyi doesn't resign voluntarily, Ndlovu has called a board meeting for Monday, where a motion of no confidence in the president will be tabled. Manyi was recently suspended from his position as Labour Department director-general, so it's not only Ndlovu who's been questioning his values.  Read more: Sapa, via TimesLive


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