e.tv, Hosken Consolidated Investments). After six months and with losses running substantially high in the business, I took over as CEO of e.tv in 1999,” he said.
“We turned it around and built e.tv into a fairly big business over time. Together with HCI, we built it into a R9 billion company and a fairly substantial business.”
But in 2014, Golding parted ways with e.tv, after he disagreed with the direction of
From left: Former US president Bill Clinton’s pollster Stan Greenberg, former SA Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus, Nelson Mandela, Golding and Clinton’s adviser Frank Greer in 1993.