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ACSA appoints acting CEO

Nov 29 2018 17:49

The board of Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) announced on Thursday that it has appointed Bongiwe Mbomvu as acting CEO.
The board resolved to appoint an acting CEO while it is engaged in the process of recruiting a permanent replacement for Bongani Maseko who completes his term at the end of November.
The board said in a statement that it thanks Maseko for his 18 years of dedication to ACSA.
"Bongani's leadership has been vital to the company's significant achievements that include development of King Shaka International Airport and major infrastructure expansion at other airports," ACSA said in a statement.

"His vision and drive also enabled growth outside of South Africa. His chairmanship of Airports Council International is further indication of the high regard for Bongani across the global airports industry."

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Mbomvu is currently the group executive: governance and assurance at ACSA. Her fields of expertise include corporate governance, risk, compliance and governance of ethics.  
She joined the company in September 2013 in her current position. Mbomvu is an attorney by training.
"Leadership transition in any organisation can be unsettling for staff and stakeholders. The board, therefore, looks to Ms Mbomvu, with the support of the executive committee, to ensure stability and effective ongoing operations of the company," said ACSA.

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