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Board of Airports Company South Africa appoint acting chief executive officer

Posted 30 November 2018 · Add Comment

The Board of Airports Company South Africa has appointed Bongiwe Mbomvu as acting chief executive officer.

 

The Board resolved to appoint an Acting CEO while it is engaged in the process of recruiting a permanent replacement for Bongani Maseko who completes his term at the end of November.

Mbomvu is currently the group executive: Governance and Assurance at Airports Company South Africa. Her fields of expertise include corporate governance, risk, compliance and governance of ethics.

She joined the company in September 2013 in her current position.

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