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ContinuitySA scoops three awards at BCI Africa awards ceremony

ContinuitySA, Africa's leading provider of business continuity and resilience services, has scooped three awards at the Business Continuity Institute's Africa awards ceremony, held in Johannesburg on 12 September.

Padma Naidoo, Senior Manager, Advisory Services. ContinuitySA, which was inducted into the BCI Hall of Fame at the end of 2016, received awards in the following categories:
  • Continuity and Resilience Team: ContinuitySA's Global Centre of Excellence.
  • African BCI Industry Personality 2017: Jeremy Capell. GM, Advisory Services
  • Business Continuity and Resilience Consultant of the Year: Padma Naidoo, Senior Manager, Advisory Services.
"As an organisation, we are only as good as our people, and we can best be judged by the work we do for our clients," said a jubilant Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA after the ceremony. "These awards demonstrate again that the ContinuitySA team is made of exceptional individuals. These awards are a testimony to the leading position of ContinuitySA within the African business continuity and resilience industry, and my heartfelt congratulations to the winners."

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