MANAGEMENT: Top Leaders Elected To USB Board
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The University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) has announced the names of its advisory board for 2009/10, which includes several new members.
Members of the advisory board of the USB include CEOs of large organisations such as Woolworths, Dell SA, Toyota SA, Vodacom, Mvelaphanda Group Ltd and McCarthy Ltd.
The new members are Yolanda Cuba, (CEO of Mvelaphanda Group), Khanyi Dhlomo (CEO of Ndalo Media), Armien Tyer (managing director of Sanlam Investment Management), Brand Pretorius (CEO of McCarthy Ltd) and Ludo Ooms (vice-president: Finance and CFO of Janssen-Cilag EMEA Finance in Belgium).
Existing members who are serving for a further term are Stewart van Graan (managing director of Dell SA), Pieter Uys (CEO of Vodacom Group), Dr Willem Barnard (director of companies), Zarina Bassa (CEO of Zarina Bassa Investments), Prof Jimnah Mbaru (chairman of Dyer and Blair Investment Bank Ltd; chairman and director of companies and organisations in Nairobi, Kenya), Simon Susman (CEO of Woolworths), Dr Johan van Zyl (president of Toyota SA), Peter Moyo, (director of Amabubesi (Pty) Ltd), Alexander van Heeren, honorary MBE (director of companies), Khutso Mampeule (executive chairman of Lefa Group Holdings) and Desmond Smith (director of companies).
The chairman of the advisory board is Marius Fürst, director of companies.
The board advises the USB on strategy, planning and market requirements. This is one of the ways in which the USB stays in touch with industry.
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