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Asher Bohbot

Technology group EOH came out with interim numbers and reported a 37% up tick in headline earnings per share to 96c. It was also ranked fourth in the Financial Mail’s Top JSE companies’ survey from among 400 listed companies.

Asher Bohbot believes that EOH’s people are fundamental to the way the company does business. He says their professional fulfilment, work and life balance, and their ability to contribute equally as part of a diverse workforce are all prioritised.

Bohbot says EOH is committed to capacity building and economic development, and undertook multimillion-rand support of a numeracy and natural science programme with the Maths Centre for Professional Teachers, commonly known as the Maths Centre, for the three years starting April 2010. The Maths Centre is a non-profit organisation of excellence in mathematics, science, technology and entrepreneurship education, spread across all provinces. The centre’s primary objective is to equip teachers, learners and parents with learning materials and programmes in order to develop a higher competency and performance in these learning areas for grades R to 12 in SA.




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