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Wrenelle Stander to step down as CEO of AASA

Posted 8 September 2021 · Add Comment

The Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) has announced that its chief executive officer, Wrenelle Stander, is stepping down and will leave the industry body following a hand over to her successor.

 

Wrenelle Stander to step down as CEO of AASA.  Image:  AASA

Stander, who joined AASA earlier this year, is leaving to take up the role as CEO of WESGRO, the Western Cape and Cape Town tourism, trade and investment agency.

 

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