From New York to New Bethesda (and other stops in between)

Coetzer, Toast (University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB), 2010-04)

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Those at the cutting edge of their professions are familiar with working long, thankless hours, often spent hunched over a laptop in yet another hotel in a country where inhabitants don’t quite know what you mean when you slip out an accidental ‘Howzit’. But the jetsetter lifestyle doesn’t suit all businesspeople. Some head for a small platteland town as soon as they get the chance. Toast Coetzer speaks to people who have made their choice between these routes, and a couple which manages to keep a foot in both worlds.

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