Bloomberg reports that Bosman, 44, will stay until August 31st and may provide assistance until year’s end, he said in a telephone interview from Johannesburg Tuesday. He said that he and his family plan to remain in the country after considering a range of global opportunities within the group.
'When you’ve decided you want to be in South Africa, then you must consider if there’s development opportunities in your current role', said Bosman. 'If not, then unfortunately you need to consider going outside'.
'I still think South Africa is a land of opportunity', said Bosman.
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