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The next steps -- engaging the state?
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Now that both the dust and the thoughts from SiliconCape have had a chance to settle, there is one message that has moved to the front of my mind: we can't do it without the state. As Helen Zille so…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg Eales Oct 17, 2009.

 

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Pam Sykes is now friends with Patrick Gordon and David Kirk
Mar 5, 2010
Francis Omokhape oghuma left a comment for Pam Sykes
"hi happy new year,havent contacted you this year"
Mar 3, 2010
Pam Sykes and Luke are now friends
Nov 11, 2009
Deon C. Louw left a comment for Pam Sykes
"Free gift when you take this survey. Please participate in this survey regarding sales and marketing techniques in Cape Town. You have the options to view the results of the survey at the end of the month. A free gift of Oxygen Office Professional…"
Nov 6, 2009
Pam Sykes is now friends with Morgan Behr and Benjine
Oct 22, 2009
Pam Sykes and Tebogo Tlhopane are now friends
Oct 20, 2009
Greg Eales replied to Pam Sykes's discussion The next steps -- engaging the state?
"I agree completely, however I don’t think many have considered the nature of the "silicon" industry. Digital people think digital ideas. Ideas flourish, and the funding of which comes from higher up the pyramid. Very seldom does the…"
Oct 17, 2009
Pam Sykes and Andy Hadfield are now friends
Oct 15, 2009
Justin Stanford replied to Pam Sykes's discussion The next steps -- engaging the state?
"Hi Pam, I think this will definitely be something for the soon to be established community nominated committee and volunteers to address under the banner of the Silicon Cape Initiative. Fortunately it seems some of our luminaries who attended on…"
Oct 14, 2009
Shana Kay replied to Pam Sykes's discussion The next steps -- engaging the state?
"Hi Pam, Firstly, thank you for saying what so many of us think, but don't say. I think we should act, do something for the greater good. Even if it is - as you say, just to get the conversation going. I vote for business with a purpose,…"
Oct 14, 2009
Pam Sykes posted a discussion

The next steps -- engaging the state?

Now that both the dust and the thoughts from SiliconCape have had a chance to settle, there is one message that has moved to the front of my mind: we can't do it without the state. As Helen Zille so very tellingly pointed out, the rules under which we live are a huge determinant of our success -- and it's the state who sets those rules.Just about every one of the major challenges and obstacles we discussed on Thursday -- from South Africa's failure to nurture and protect intellectual capital,…See More
Oct 14, 2009
Francis Omokhape oghuma left a comment for Pam Sykes
"Hi pam,i cudnt make it down to capetown this time,but when i visit hope i get to meet with you."
Oct 13, 2009
Pam Sykes and Karin Chisholm are now friends
Oct 11, 2009
Karin Chisholm left a comment for Pam Sykes
"Hi Pam Not sure if you remember me from CITI days. I'd like to keep in touch. Regards Karin"
Oct 11, 2009
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Oct 7, 2009

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At 5:26 on March 3, 2010, Francis Omokhape oghuma said…
hi happy new year,havent contacted you this year
At 11:07 on November 6, 2009, Deon C. Louw said…
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At 7:28 on October 13, 2009, Francis Omokhape oghuma said…
Hi pam,i cudnt make it down to capetown this time,but when i visit hope i get to meet with you.
At 11:35 on October 11, 2009, Karin Chisholm said…
Hi Pam
Not sure if you remember me from CITI days. I'd like to keep in touch. Regards
Karin
At 9:21 on September 18, 2009, Francis Omokhape oghuma said…
Great ! would be excited to teach and inform you more about my country
At 4:29 on September 18, 2009, Francis Omokhape oghuma said…
Interesting ! i am currently based in johannesburg ! so i am considering visiting and learning and getting involved in the project.thanks.and ever visited nigeria?
 
 
 

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