Standing up and fighting


Standing up and fighting

Magda Wierzycka most recently made headlines when hers was the first private sector company to fire audit firm KPMG for its role in state capture. She has also weighed in on the social grants fiasco and urged public servants to resist Treasury’s plans to raid their pension fund to finance hopelessly bankrupt state-owned enterprises.

She’s travelled the world – Antarctica, Galapagos, “everywhere” – with her adventurer husband and their two sons, but Magda Wierzycka, CEO of asset management company Sygnia, finds Cape Town the most beautiful place in the world and South Africa the “most incredible” country.

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Magda Wierzycka profile
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