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New appointments at SA Post Office

Jun 03 2012 12:52 Sapa

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Johannesburg - The board of the SA Post Office has appointed an acting group chief executive officer (GCEO) and an acting group chief financial office (CFO), it said on Sunday.

Molefe Mathibe was appointed as acting GCEO, while Prakash Mangrey was appointed acting CFO. Both appointments took effect on Friday 1 June.

"We are aggressively looking for permanent candidates who will take the SA Post Office to the next level of growth," explained board chairperson George Mothema.

The vacancies had been advertised recently.

Mathibe was the managing director of the organisation's courier and freight division. Mangrey was seconded from the SA Revenue Service.

Nick Buick, who had been acting in both positions prior to these appointments, would stay on until the end of June.

 
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