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They came to the United States either to avoid army conscription or apartheid itself in the late 1980s.They planned to stay for just a few years, but they stayed on.Remarkable anonymity But most have risen to the cutting edge of American business with remarkable anonymity.Former Illovo schoolboy Steven Collis, almost unnoticed, has taken the reins of healthcare wholesaling company Amerisource Bergen, listed 29th on the Fortune 500, with 13000 employees, and annual revenues of an almost ridiculous R600-billion. The single greatest breakthrough in cancer treatment in recent years – epigenetic therapy – has been credited to Stellenbosch's Peter Jones, who now runs a major research centre in California.
He leads a Nasa research team to develop the brains of "intelligent" space robots that will explore the solar system in search of extraterrestrial life.So small, she says, that there are almost no figures or studies on their impact.Yet new South African networking organisations, such as the Sable Accelerator in California, are springing up as South Africans are suddenly appearing in front of microphones as chief executives and university deans and scientific research team leaders.Compared to the US's business world, expatriates have underachieved in Hollywood itself, but its modest breakthrough artists include Charlize Theron, District 9's Sharlto Copley and Stelio Savante, who both co-produced and cracked a role opposite Matthew Perry in the comedy The Whole Banana last year.
Building and innovating The poster-child for the 1980s immigration generation is Musk, the founder of Tesla Motors and Space X – the rocket company charged with leading the replacement of the space shuttle.And to test his "autonomous navigation" systems, Pedersen (42) gets to test the robots in places like Antarctica and alpine lakes in the Andes.