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Sanral seeks new CEO, Alli due for retirement

Jul 10 2015 16:54
Renee Bonorchis and Liezel Hill

Johannesburg - The South African National Roads Agency advertised for a chief executive officer on Friday, more than three years after the present CEO, Nazir Alli, first said he was resigning.

Alli will reach the agency’s official retirement age of 65 in August, Chairperson Roshan Morar said in an e-mailed response to questions on Friday.

“His last day in the office will be determined by the minister of transport, in consultation with Sanral’s board, subsequent to the appointment of the new CEO and a hand-over period,” Morar said.

Alli has headed Sanral, as it’s known, since 1998 and oversaw the construction of its controversial electronic tolling system in Gauteng. He first said he was resigning in May 2012 and withdrew the decision later that same month.

Sanral is seeking a registered professional engineer with a degree in civil engineering along with a qualification in business management, it said in an advertisement in Business Day.

sanral  |  transport  |  sa economy


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