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Airports Company South Africa appoints new chief operating officer

Posted 27 November 2017 · Add Comment

Airports Company South Africa has appointed Fundi Sithebe to assume the role of Chief Operating Officer from 1 December 2017.

Sithebe, 38, is currently the Chief of Staff reporting to Airports Company South Africa CEO, Bongani Maseko. Sithebe holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Midrand University, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Business Administration) from Wits Business School.

Said Maseko: “Fundi has a wealth of experience which includes companies such as Deloitte Consulting and FirstRand/FNB Africa. She brings valuable capabilities in strategy formulation and implementation, research and analysis, project management and due diligence. Fundi played a significant role as the protocol lead during the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup

“Airports Company South Africa is proud to appoint Ms Sithebe in this role which is pivotal in achieving our 2025 strategy.”

Sithebe says she is humbled to resume the role of COO and she will endeavour to create a sustainable legacy for the Company and South Africa. “I have been with the company for several years and I am privileged to be working with supportive and experienced colleagues and I believe that working together we will achieve the Company’s strategic goals.”

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