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SAA appoints new interim CFO

Posted 5 October 2018 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has appointed Deon Fredericks from Telkom as SAA’s new Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

 

The appointment is effective from 15 October 2018 and he is on secondment from Telkom for a 12-month period.

“We welcome the appointment of Mr. Fredericks to ensure that SAA’s strategic objective of transforming the business into a financially sustainable aviation group is achieved,” said JB Magwaza, Chairperson SAA Board of Directors

Fredericks takes over from Robert (Bob) Head whose contract as SAA Interim CFO ended on 30 September.

“We would like to thank Bob for his contribution during a difficult time for the airline and wish him well in his future endeavours,” said Magwaza.

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