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CGCSA Banking Details
Dear CGCSA Member
It has come to our attention that there has been a fraudulent email circulating and informing our members that CGCSA banking details have changed.
If you have received this email please ignore it and note that our banking details have not changed but remain the following:
Bank: Standard Bank Branch: Hyde Park Account No: 022294457 Account Name: Consumer Goods Council of SA
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact our finance department at 0861242000/
Pricing Letter Billing 2012 from our CEO
02 March 2012
Dear GS1 Member
Annual License and Subscription Fee Increase Notification Your satisfaction is important to us. In order to continue to provide a high-quality service, we wish to serve this notification to you, our valued member of the annual increase across our service offering which is effective as of 31 March 2012.
The increase is 4% (four percent) and will cover an increase in our operational overheads. This will have a validity of 1 year. We have endeavoured to keep the increase below inflation to minimise the impact of our members businesses.
Thank you for your valued support and be ensured of our best intentions at all times. We hope you will let us know immediately if there is any way we can serve you better.
Gwarega Mangozhe Chief Executive Officer
Yolandé Van Der Riet (FSI) – Interviewed on Supply Chain Today Regarding Regulations onLabelling and Advertising of Foodstuffss (R146)
Supply Chain Today spoke to Yolandé van der Riet: Nutritional Specialist at the Food Safety Initiative – a division of the Consumer Goods Council of South Africa regarding the new Regulations relating to the Labelling and Advertising of Foodstuffs (R146) which is being introduced in March 2010.