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Andrew Hannington (64)

CEO of enX
Appointed as CEO of enX 14 August 2020

Andrew was previously CEO of Grant Thornton in Johannesburg, and prior to that CEO and National Chairman of PKF. He was a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants Senior Partners Committee and during his career acted as the reporting accountant on several JSE listings. He serves as an executive director of Zarclear Holdings Limited and a non-executive director of Texton Property Fund Limited. Andrew is currently an independent corporate consultant and in addition, advises a number of non-profit organisations in the environmental, religious and education sectors.

Paul Baloyi (61)

Chairperson of the Board
MBA (Manchester Bangor University of Wales), MDP, SEP (Harvard)

Appointed: 1 January 2014

Paul joined the Development Bank of Southern Africa in June 2006 as managing director and as chief executive officer until April 2012. Paul also served as CEO and Managing Director of DBSA Development Fund after spending over 35 years in the financial services sector with both Standard Bank and the Nedbank Group. His last position at Nedbank was as Managing Director of Nedbank Africa. Paul has been an independent non-executive director on many boards locally and internationally including African financial institutions. He was a council member of the Institute of Bankers and also served as Chairman of the Ned Medical Aid. Other boards include Old Mutual South Africa Limited, Basil Read Limited (of which he is Chairman), Bidcorp Limited, KSI Proprietary Limited, Alphamin Limited, and CapLeverage. Paul is currently the Managing Director and 45% shareholder of CapLeverage which owns 7.09% of enX.

Warren Chapman (49)

Appointed: 3 July 2020

Warren is the Chief Executive Officer of Zarclear Holdings Limited and Zarclear Proprietary Limited. He is also an executive director at Legae Peresec Holdings Proprietary Limited. Prior to joining Zarclear, he was the Managing Director at Peregrine Securities where he spent over 19 years.

Lerato Molefe (42)

Juris Doctorate (Harvard)

Appointed: 21 October 2016

Lerato is the chief legal and compliance officer at MFS Africa, a leading interoperability fin-tech for digital payments and mobile money. Prior to this, she ran Naaya Consulting, a legal strategy consultancy. She began her career practicing mergers and acquisitions law at Shearman & Sterling LLP in New York and Paris, and Bowman Gilfillan in Johannesburg, as well as at international organisations such as the World Bank in Washington DC, and Africare in Dakar, Senegal. Lerato holds a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School, a Masters in law and diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University and a Bachelors degree in economics and political science from Smith College.

Babalwa Ngonyama

Appointed: 19 July 2019

Babalwa was appointed to the Board on 1 April 2016 and is the CEO of Sinayo Securities (Pty) Limited, a women owned and managed securities firm. Prior to this she was the Group Chief Internal Auditor of Nedbank Limited, the past Financial Director of Safika Holdings, an audit partner at Nkonki Chartered Accountants and, thereafter, a partner at Deloitte (Financial Institutions Services Team). She is, among others, a non-executive director and member of the audit committees of Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited, Barloworld Limited, Implats Limited, Vukile Property Limited and Group Five Limited and brings considerable financial and commercial experience to the Board. Babalwa is the founding chairman of the African Women Chartered Accountants. Babalwa is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee.

Robert Lumb (50)

Chief Financial Officer

Robert Lumb obtained his Batchelor of Commerce and Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting at the University of Port Elizabeth in 1989 and 1990 respectively. Robert is a CA (SA) and an FCMA. His experience spans over 25 years of financial management experience in South Africa and the UK in a number of sectors including construction, FMCG, banking, IT, manufacturing, automotive, logistics and waste management. He commenced employment as the CFO of enX Group on 1 March 2020. Prior to that he was the CFO of Interwaste Holdings Limited for three years and spent almost 16 years within the Barloworld Group of Companies.

Zolani Kgosietsile (“Kgosie”) Matthews (63)

Appointed: 3 July

Kgosie is currently a non-executive director of Zarclear Holdings Limited and chairman of the Ports Regulator of South Africa. He previously served as a non-executive director on the board of the South African Post Office and was a member of their audit and risk committee. He was also previously involved as a trustee on the board of trustees of the South African Post Office Retirement Fund, acted in the capacity of chairperson of the Postbank Committee and is the managing director of Valhalla Holdings. He was previously, inter alia, the executive chairperson of Imvula Group in Johannesburg, managing director of Fordworks and Associates in New York, senior manager at Armscor in Pretoria, vice chairperson at Washington Strategic Consulting Group Inc. in Washington DC, as well as the director of state and local government affairs at America Express in New York.

Oyama Mabandla

Appointed: 3 July

Oyama joined the Johannesburg Bar as a practising advocate in January 1999, after working as an investment banker for the Union Bank of Switzerland. He was then headhunted by South African Airways as general counsel, later becoming the Deputy CEO of the airline. He has held various positions during his career, including board chairperson at both Vodacom Group Limited and Consol Glass Proprietary Limited; director of Group Five Limited and Mvela Group Limited; and as a member of the JP Morgan African Advisory Board.

Vuyani Jarana

Appointed: 3 September 2020

Vuyani is a seasoned business transformation leader with over 25 years of ICT experience, most of which he spent within the Vodacom Group where he held various positions including a Group Chief Operating Officer role and a Chief Executive Officer for Vodacom Business.  He is the Ex-CEO of South Africa Airways. Vuyani has extensive experience in doing business in the African Continent. As a development activist he always looks a most appropriate ways to apply mobile and digital technologies to address some of the most challenging and stubborn social issues facing the African continent. He is currently the shareholder and the Chairman of the Mobax Group, a leading managed services company providing infrastructure into the telecommunications sector. He is also a Board Member of the Eastern Cape Rural Development Agency.

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