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Megan Hughes and Brett Ayres representing NSRI Megan Hughes and Brett Ayres representing NSRIThis evening Brett Ayres and Megan Hughes are attending the JSE Institute of Chartered Secretaries Awards together with our pro bono Company Secretary, Chris Wilson, this evening at Montecasino. As part of good governance, we believe in an open book policy and line item reporting to our volunteer rescue crew and our funders.Megan Hughes, pro bono Company Secretary, Chris Wilson, and Brett Ayres Megan Hughes, Chris Wilson, Managing Director of Kilgetty Statutory Services, and Brett AyresCongratulations to Cotlands who won first prize. NSRI received the Merit Award.IMG-20151111-WA0007'The compilation of the Integrated Report is a real team effort with input from Operations, Finance and Fundraising. What makes us particularly proud, is the fact that our Integrated Reports are produced by our brand and communications team in-house. No outside agency is commissioned.” said NSRI CEO, Dr Cleeve Robertson.Last year NSRI was awarded first prize in the category NPO.


Overall winner:MTN Group Ltd
Top 40:Transnet Soc Ltd
Mid Cap: Royal Bafokeng Platinum
Small Cap:Merafe Resources Ltd
Alt-X / Fledgling:Hulamin Ltd
SustainabilityAspen Pharmacare Holdings Ltd
Regionally listed:Swaziland Sugar Association
State owned companies:Airports Company South Africa SOC Ltd
Public sector:Fasset
NPO:National Sea Rescue Institute
Unlisted company:HomeChoice Holdings Ltd
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