Andrew started his career in the Ministry of Works and Communications in eSwatini and went on to work for the Development Bank of Southern Africa as well as Otis Elevators in South Africa and Canada. He later moved on to become Managing Director of Murray and Roberts’ toll roads concession business, Tolcon. He was subsequently appointed as MD of Vodacom SA. After serving as MD of Vodacom SA, Andrew was charged with setting up Vodacom International (Pty) Ltd and later promoted to Deputy Group CEO of the Vodacom Group of Companies, a position he held until he left. Andrew now manages his investment company and consults to various clients on ICT strategies. He also sits on various boards
Independent non-executive director
B Science, B Accounting Sciences (Hons),
Nosipho is an independent non-executive director of the company. She currently serves as director on various other company boards including Engen Limited, Mobile Telephone Networks Proprietary Limited (MTNSA), Old Mutual Limited and Old Mutual Life Assurance Company South Africa Limited joint board, South32 Coal Holdings Proprietary Limited, and various other subsidiaries of MTN Group Limited in the rest of Africa, including MTN Uganda, MTN Rwandacell, MTN Zambia and MTN Eswatini. She previously worked at WipCapital Proprietary Limited as part of the Specialised Funds Management team, after which she joined Viamax Proprietary Limited, a subsidiary of Transnet, as a Group Finance Executive. She then became the Finance Director at ZICO Proprietary Limited and later became the Chief Financial Officer at the Financial Services Board. She also previously served on the Boards of, inter alia, Bidvest Limited, Nampak Limited, Illovo Sugar Limited, Toyota Financial Services South Africa Proprietary Limited and various subsidiaries of MTN Group Limited in the rest of Africa, including MTN Cameroon, MTN Ivory Coast, MTN Liberia, MTN Benin and MTN South Sudan.
Independent non-executive director
BA LLB, LLM, Admitted Attorney, Notary and Conveyancer
Ms Harie is a seasoned director with over 10 years of experience gaining valuable insights into shareholder/stakeholder relations, corporate governance and of late traversing tough economic challenges. She is an independent non-executive director on the boards of Lenmed Investments Limited, Ascendis Health Limited, Stefanutti Stocks Limited, also serving on Bell Equipment Sales Southern Africa Limited and St Davids Marist School, Inanda. She has also previously served on the boards of Bell Equipment Limited, Mineworkers Investment Company and the Lenmed Ethekwini Hospital and Heart Centre. She also spent 14 years at the IDC having headed the International Finance and Corporate Funding departments.
Mr Moleketi is a non-executive director and shareholder of EOH’s black empowerment partner, Lebashe Investment Group. In addition, he is a non-executive director of Remgro, PPC Cement, Harith Fund Managers and Aluwani Capital. Mr Moleketi was the Gauteng Province MEC of Finance and Economic Affairs from 1994 to 2004 and served as Deputy Minister of Finance of the Republic of South Africa from 2004 to 2008.
Andrew is currently the Chairman of Ascendis Health Limited and Ster Kinekor Theatres (Pty) Ltd. Prior to that he was the CEO of Nampak Limited from 2009 to 2014 and the CEO of Oceana Group from 1999 to 2009.
Sipho brings over twenty years of HR experience spanning across a broad range of industries due to his roles at various companies including Nampak, South African Breweries and Standard Bank. He has held several prominent board and board subcommittee roles and is currently the chairman of the Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Seta and Ithala SOC Limited boards as well as a member of the Toyota South Africa Board, where he serves as a member of the audit committee.
Mike began his career in corporate and project finance before moving into the creative world of advertising and became Group CEO of FCB South Africa and the Africa region. He later served as President and Chief Operating Officer of FCB North America. He headed up FCB’s operations in the US and Canada and was based in New York. After he returned to South Africa, he was appointed Group CEO of the large communications group, TBWA\South Africa. He currently serves as the non-executive chairman of Spur Corporation Limited, non-executive chairman of Vinimark Holdings, non-executive director of MTN South Africa and non-executive director of AVI Limited.
Independent non-executive director
CA (SA), Masters in Public Administration (Harvard)
Jesmane has over 16 years’ experience mainly in investments and private equity. Jesmane is Managing Partner of private equity fund AIH Capital. She also serves on the boards of Spur, Murray & Roberts and is the Chairperson of ETG Input holdings (largest African fertilizer distributor and Dubai headquartered). Jesmane was the former Head of Business Engagement Africa, World Economic Forum based in Switzerland. Jesmane was nominated a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum in 2013. She is a member of the digital economy working group of BRICs. She is the author of “My Blood Divides and Unites” on racial reconciliation and inclusion.
Prior to joining the EOH Group, Stephen was with the MTN Group and served as Vice President: Digital Services, Data Analytics and Business Development.He was a member of the MTN Group Executive Committee, Group Transformation Board and the Group Operations Committee.
Stephen has over 20 years’ experience within the Banking Sector; at Deutsche Bank South Africa from 1996 -2006, he was Managing Director, Head of Investment Banking, a member of the Executive Committee and a trustee on the foundation; at Barclays Africa Group from 2006-2016, he was Chief Executive of Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB), a member of the Executive Committee and chaired the Citizenship and Innovation Committees across Africa, a member of the Barclays Plc Global Investment Committee, the Barclays Social Innovation Fund and was Chairman of The Absa Foundation Trust.
Megan qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1999 and completed her articles at Deloitte. In 2002, she joined De Beers as a Senior Divisional Financial Manager in the head office function. In 2005 she joined Bateman Engineering Group which had recently listing on the AIM exchange in London serving as Group Financial Controller until 2010. From August 2010 to January 2017, she served as Group CFO at MiX Telematics where she was involved in the successful listing of MiX on the New York Stock Exchange including a $100m capital raise.
Chief Risk Officer
Bachelor of Laws, Certificate in Compliance Management, Leadership Program – Singularity University(2011)
Fatima has vast experience as a strategic leader of risk, compliance, regulatory and governance oversight in banking and financial services, stockbroking, asset management and corporate finance.
Prior to joining EOH, Fatima served as the executive for business risk management and compliance at MTN Group, where she was the strategic lead in the development and implementation of the business risk management and compliance, ethics and forensic investigation agendas. Before that, Fatima held roles at Absa CIB as Head of Compliance and at Macquarie First South as Head of Legal Compliance.
Executive Management Team
Chief Commercial Officer
Postgraduate Honours Law, Management Development Programme (MDP).
Ziaad spent 13 years at IBM, initially as the Head of Legal then Chief Operations Officer across Southern Africa. At IBM he served on IBM SA’s Board of Directors, Executive Committee, chaired IBM’s Social & Ethics Committee and Disciplinary Board.In his current role at EOH, Ziaad is responsible for the overall Go-To-Market proposition which includes sales, consulting, commercial constructs, investments, solutioning & marketing. Ziaad also serves as the SA Chair of 4IR on BRICS and is the Chair of the ICT 4IR Public Private Growth Initiative (PPGI) Business Advisory Group to the President.
As head of iOCO Digital, Brian has extensive experience in the ICT industry spanning over 25 years, having worked in various management and executive positions. He was co-founder and owner of Airborne Consulting, a successful software development company which was acquired by EOH in 2011. Brian continued at the helm of Airborne Consulting for a number of years and in recent years took on a new regional role as Head of the Western Cape.
Natasha is a business strategist and strategy execution professional. She started her career in 2000 with global strategy consulting firm, Monitor Group (now Monitor Deloitte), before joining the Barclays (Absa) Africa Group in 2006, where she was initially focused on strategy development within Investment Banking. During her 13-year tenure, she held a number of strategic and operational roles across Trading, Custody and Strategy as well as running large strategic IT project execution. Her most recent role prior to joining EOH was heading up International Banking in South Africa.
Marius is by nature an entrepreneur with extensive experience as an owner and operator of retail operations including diverse businesses such as Mugg & Bean and King Pie. After serving as Managing Director of Mugg & Bean, he decided to join Standard Bank as the Head of Channel Development. Later he ran the Global Real Estate portfolio reporting to the Group CEO. Prior to joining EOH, he worked for the Absa Group where he served as Chief Executive: Customer channels, distribution.
After qualifying as an accountant, Sean joined UBS in Investment Banking and served as Managing Director in the UK mid-market team. In addition, he was co-head of the UBS restructuring team. Sean moved to South Africa in 2008 as the joint Head of HSBC Global Banking for Africa. In 2011 Sean moved back to UBS as CEO of South Africa and Head of Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2015 Sean was appointed as CEO of Kore Potash an Australian listed potash mining company which he restructured, redomiciled, refinanced and relisted in the UK and South Africa.
Tsepa is an IT professional with over 25 years of experience . He joined EOH in 2014 with the primary focus of building the Oracle E-Business Suite Applications business before taking over the leadership of Oracle Services Cluster. Prior to that, Tsepa ran his own business for 11 years providing Oracle applications management and implementation services to private and public sector clients. His experience includes 6 years with IBM Software Group as sales executive across industries and 5 years with Oracle Corporations in sales leadership, mainly utilities and public sector.