President Ramaphosa heartbroken over passing of South Africa’s doyen of black business Richard Maponya

President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his condolences to the family of esteemed business leader Dr Richard Maponya following his passing in the early hours of Monday, 6 January 2020. 

Dr Maponya, widely respected as the doyen of black business, passed away in Johannesburg just a few days after his 99th birthday.

“We have lost a pioneer, a trailblazer and a man of extraordinary fortitude who paved the way for the racial transformation of the South African economy,” President Ramaphosa said.

“Dr Maponya’s life is a testament to resilience, determination and the power of vision: namely to see black business grow to assume its full role as the key participant and driver of our economy,” President Ramaphosa said.

President Ramaphosa heartbroken over passing of South Africa’s doyen of black business Richard Maponya
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