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Joburg Tourism CEO quits

Dec 20 2011 11:14 Sapa

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Johannesburg - The chief executive officer of the Johannesburg Tourism Company, Lindiwe Kwele, has resigned after three years, the company said on Tuesday.

Kwele would take up a position as one of three deputy city managers in the City of Tshwane in January, acting CEO Phelisa Mangcu said in a statement.

Kwele will manage that city's planning and economic development.
joburg  |  tshwane  |  sa economy  |  tourism

 
 
 

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