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Old 05-21-2013, 01:50 PM   #1
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Pretoria – Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Monday confirmed the appointment of Bongani Maseko and Maureen Manyama-Matome as Managing Director and Financial Director respectively.

Cabinet approved the appointment of the Managing Director last week Wednesday, 15 May.

The recruitment process was purposefully thorough as this role is critical to the company’s future success. Manyama-Matome was appointed with effect from 8 April.

ACSA chairperson Busisiwe Mabuza said: “The Board is of the firm view that Maseko is well suited for the position as he has the requisite leadership abilities, in-depth knowledge of Airports Company South Africa’s business and the confidence of the broader leadership team.”

Maseko has been with the business since 1999. Prior to his appointment as Acting Managing Director, he was the Group Executive: Airport Operations since September 2004.

His responsibilities included the day-to-day operations at all of the company’s airports. He also spent three-and-half-years leading OR Tambo International Airport as its General Manager.

Maseko has a degree in Aviation Business Administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida (USA), where his studies focused on airport and airline management.

He continued his studies at the University of California in Airport Systems Planning and Design and Airport Ground Transportation Planning.

Maseko gained considerable experience at San Francisco International Airport in the USA, where he worked in various capacities for eight years.

Manyama-Matome is a seasoned Executive and a Chartered Accountant (CA) SA. Prior to accepting Airports Company South Africa’s employment offer, she was the Executive Financial Director at South African Forestry Company (SAFCOL), where she also acted as CEO.

Manyama-Matome obtained a MBA degree from GIBS and a BCom Hons in Taxation from the University of Pretoria.

She has distinguished herself as a business leader and was a semi-finalist in the 2010/2011 Most Influential Women in Business and Government awards as well as the recipient of a Tuks Alumni Laureate award in 2012.

Congratulating the two on their new appointment, Mazibuko said the Board of Directors looks forward to continuing to work with both Maseko and Manyama-Matome in taking ACSA to greater heights, particularly within the context of the recently approved ten-year business plan. -
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