BSc (Agriculture), MSc (Food Science), PhD (Microbiology)
Khotso joined the AECI Board in 2016 and took up his position as Chairman on 1 March 2017. He is a member of the Risk Committee and, in line with King III, will also be a member of the Remuneration Committee and Chairman of the Nominations Committee going forward. Khotso is Special Advisor to the Minister of Science and Technology, Chancellor of the University of the Free State, Chairman of Tiger Brands, Lead Independent Non-executive Director at Afrox and a Non-executive Director of Hans Merensky Holdings.
Graham was appointed to AECI’s Board in 2016. He is a member of the Audit, Remuneration and Nominations Committees. Graham is a Non-executive Director of listed companies Imperial Holdings and Telkom. He was previously an Executive Director of the Nedbank Group/Nedbank Limited and the Chief Operating Officer of Nedbank Group.
Richard joined AECI’s Board in 2007. He is Chairman of the Audit and Remuneration Committees, a member of the Nominations and Risk Committees and chairs the Financial Review and Risk Committee (“FRRC”) of AECI’s Specialty Chemicals cluster. Richard is a member of the Boards and Audit Committees of Anglo American Platinum and the Standard Bank Group.
Zellah joined the AECI Board in 2007 and chairs the Social and Ethics Committee. She is an Executive and a Board member at Dimension Data. She was previously an Executive at Plessey where she served as Managing Executive of Plessey Broadband Investments and Managing Director of Plessey South Africa for a number of years. Zellah is a member of the Engen Board. Previously she served on the Boards of Afric Oil (Chair), Worldwide Coal Carolina (Chair), the Oceana Group, Worldwide African Investment Holdings (now Phembani) and the Unisa School of Business Leadership.
BAcc, MBL, CA(Z), CD(SA)
Godfrey joined the AECI Board in 2015 and he is a member of the Audit, Remuneration and Nominations Committees. Godfrey has extensive experience as an Executive in the metals and mining industries. At the time of his early retirement in 2014, he was Chief Executive of Anglo American Thermal Coal and was also responsible for Anglo American’s manganese interests in the joint venture with BHP Billiton.
BCompt Hons, CA(SA)
Moses joined the AECI Board in 2016 and is a member of the Audit Committee. He has 34 years of accounting, audit and advisory experience. He is the past Chief Executive Officer of KPMG and currently manages his own investment company. He is a member of the Institute of Directors and also serves on the Boards of inter alia Alexander Forbes, Famous Brands, Imperial Holdings, Massmart Holdings and Transaction Capital.
MSc (Chem Eng), MBA
Liziwe joined AECI’s Board in 2011 and is a member of the Risk Committee. She is head of strategy at a large company in the oil and gas sector in Africa. Prior to taking up this position, Liziwe was Refinery Operations Manager at Shell and BP Southern Africa Petroleum Refineries (“SAPREF”) in Durban. She has extensive experience in manufacturing, projects, risk management, business improvement and strategy gained during her career at SAPREF, Sasol Technology and Unilever SA.
BSc, BEng (Elect), Pr Eng, CD(SA)
Allen joined the AECI Board in 2010. He is Chairman of the Risk Committee, a member of the Audit and Social and Ethics Committees as well as Chairman of the AEL FRRC. Allen spent his working life at Eskom and served as that company’s Chief Executive from 1994 until his retirement in 2000. Other directorships include BioTherm Energy, Imalivest Assets and Kumba Iron Ore.
BIuris, LLB, LLM
Rams joined the AECI Board in 2010 and serves on the Social and Ethics, Risk, Nominations and Remuneration Committees. He is a member of the Board of Anglo American South Africa where he serves as a member of its Risk and Audit Committee and chairs the Social and Ethics Committee. He is Non-executive Chairman of Rand Refinery and also chairs that company’s Nomination and Remuneration Committee. Rams is past Chairman of BP Southern Africa, SAPREF and the South African Petroleum Industry Association. Between 2000 and 2004 he was Director-General of the National Department of Labour and government Chief Negotiator at the National Economic Development and Labour Council. Rams is a practising advocate of the High Court and a member of the Council of the Pretoria Society of Advocates.
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