Steven Joffe (46)

BCom (Hons Taxation), HDip (Company Law) CA(SA)

Appointed: 15 April 2013

Steven is the CEO of Wild Rose Management and a director of various portfolio investments. He was formerly CEO of
Gold Reef Resorts Limited. Steven is an indirect shareholder in Wild Rose Capital, which owns 6.4% of enX.

Mpho Makwana (46)

BAdmin (Hons), EDP

Appointed: 12 February 2014

Mpho is currently Chairman of ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited. He is a non-executive director on the boards of Adcock Ingram Holdings Limited, Sephaku Holdings Limited, Nedbank Group Limited and Nedbank Limited, Biotherm Energy Proprietary Limited, LR Management Proprietary Limited and ITNA Proprietary Limited. He further serves as trustee of various boards including The Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund and Brand South Africa.

Paul Baloyi (60)

Investment committee Chairman
MBA (Manchester Bangor University of Wales), MDP, SEP (Harvard)

Appointed: 12 February 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. Prior to this Paul had spent 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 also serves on various board committees (audit, risk, remuneration, nominations and credit) as either a member or as Chairman. He has experience in financial services, core expertise in risk, strategy, corporate governance, corporate finance and financial engineering. Paul is currently the Managing Director and 45% shareholder of CapLeverage which owns 7.09% of enX.

Paul O’Flaherty (54)

IT steering committee Chairman

Appointed: 12 February 2014

Paul started his career in auditing and became a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers South Africa before spending time in the construction industry in South Africa, Africa and in the Middle East. He first served as CFO and deputy CEO of Group Five Limited and then CFO of Al Naboodah Construction Group. From 2010 to 2013, he was the Financial Director and Group executive for capital expenditure of Eskom Holdings (SOC) Limited. Paul was most recently the CEO of ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited (July 2014 to February 2016). Paul is a 25% shareholder of CapLeverage which owns 7.09% of enX.Paul is currently CEO of Al Naboodah Group Enterprises LLC, a family-owned business in the UAE and also a non-executive director of Barclays Africa Group Limited and Absa Bank Limited.

Nopasika Lila (47)

Audit and risk committee Chairman

Appointed: 12 February 2014

Nopasika is Chief Financial Officer of Eskom Pension and Provident Fund. She also serves as an independent non-executive director of Nampak Limited. Her vast experience covers finance, strategic issues and training and development. Nopasika was appointed as an independent non-executive director of African Group Lubricants Proprietary Limited on 1 July 2016.

Anthony (Tony) Phillips (71)

Remuneration committee Chairman
BSc (Eng)

Appointed: 29 August 2008

Tony has extensive experience in the industrial sector and was formerly CEO of Barloworld Limited and Chairman of PPC Limited. He is currently non-executive Chairman of Mpact Limited, senior advisor to Nomura and Associates and Vice-Chairman of Kansai Plascon Africa Limited. Tony was a non-executive director of eXtract until 24 November 2016.

Lerato Molefe (41)

Juris Doctorate (Harvard)

Appointed: 21 October 2016

Lerato is the Founding Principal of Naaya Consulting, a legal strategy firm that helps clients manage legal risk in transactions and operations across Africa. Prior to establishing Naaya in 2012, Lerato practiced mergers and acquisitions law at Shearman & Sterling LLP in New York and Paris, and Bowman Gilfillan in Johannesburg. She has also gained experience 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 Master of Arts degree in law and diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and political science from Smith College.

Steve Booysen (55)

Asset and liability committee Chairman
BCompt Hons, CTA, MCompt (Unisa), DCom (Accounting) (UP), CA(SA)

12 February 2014

Steve completed his articles at Ernst & Young in 1983. After spending several years as a senior lecturer at Unisa, he joined the banking industry, where he held various positions. In 2004, he was appointed group Chief Executive Officer of Absa Group Limited, a position he held until February 2009. In addition to being Chairman of the Efficient Group Limited, Steve is also a non-executive director on the boards of Steinhoff Group Limited, Vukile Proprietary Limited and Clover Group Limited.

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