A couple of the books Quo Vadis has researched and written

Against all Odds - The Black Management Forum Struggle for Emancipation  


Professor Geoff Everingham, UCT: “The top ranking annual reports now comprise very lengthy documents, often over 200 pages...The Italtile report is particularly commendable in that its rating is achieved despite a length of little more than 50 pages...and language (that) is clear and concise. Its size makes it one of the most easily readable of the top 100 (companies).” QVC edited the Chairman’s statement and authored the Operating Review for the Italtile Annual Report in that year.

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Quo Vadis has contributed extensively through the years to publications such as Brands and Branding and The Joburg Book and has written, edited and proofread for many annual reports, newsletters, journals, scripts, speeches, magazines, and books. Its staff is particularly adept at ghost-writing speeches for executives from any sector in society.
Apart from company annual reports it has compiled, publications it has researched and written include:
Investor’s Guide to Sponsorship (Second edition: 2002)

Black Management Forum: Against All Odds – The BMF Struggle for Economic Emancipation

The heart of Bara – A photo essay of the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto

Stone, Steel, Sjambok – Faith on Robben Island. An account of Stanley Mogoba’s incarceration on Robben Island with Nelson Mandela.