GE imagination at work South Africa
2013 Annual Report | GE is focusing on what matters most. We are making progress. Find out how. (Opens in new window)
Developing leaders for South Africa | My journey as a GE leader has just started, but I hope to be an inspiration for the coming generations of South Africans who are willing to make a difference in our society as leaders.? Zeenith Ebrahim, GE South AfricaDeveloping leaders for South AfricaKeeping South Africa connected | ?Today, I?m proud to say that I?m part of a Company that has produced 900 locomotives for South Africa. We built the world?s longest production train for South Africa?s Western Cape Orex line and are supplying 100 locomotives for the Transnet Freight Rail.? Babu Somandass, GE TransportationKeeping South Africa connectedSupporting South African resources | ?I love meeting with costumers and feel energised when I find the right solutions for them, whether it?s providing power generators and dust solutions for drilling and blasting minerals or coming up with a plan to finance their operations.? Rajen Moodley, GE Solutions for MiningSupporting South African resources"GE is committed to partnering with South Africa to create a better life for all in aviation, energy, healthcare, power and water and transportation" | Tim Schweikert, President and CEO GE Southern Africa
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GE is imagination at work
With a relationship spanning back a century, GE has invested in numerous infrastructure projects in a variety of sectors. Today, the more than 400 GE employees located in country drive growth in the energy, transportation and health care industries, which enable South Africa to tackle some of its greatest challenges.

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