Cargo Carriers appoints three new board members

Cargo Carriers appoints three new board members

Cargo Carriers has announced the appointment of the three new independent non-executive directors to the Board of Directors as Mr Sithembiso Freeman Nomvalo, Ms Amanda Gcabashe, Ndumi Medupe.

Mr Sithembiso Freeman Nomvalo (Bcompt (Hons.) Sithembiso has held various strategic financial and management roles including that of Chief Executive Officer of the State Information Technology Agency and Deputy Director-General: Accountant-General of South Africa.

In 2015, he formed his own consultancy practice to focus on leadership development, coaching, consulting and corporate governance in order to assist organisations to build cohesive teams and to drive sustainable strategic change.

Ms Amanda Gcabashe (B.Com, Certificate in Accountancy) Amanda completed her auditing articles at Gobodo Incorporated (Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo) in 2001 before moving into the corporate advisory and consulting fields.

In 2011, Amanda was appointed at the South African Bureau of Standards (“SABS”) as a specialist in Traditional Medicine in order to establish a business unit focused on Indigenous Knowledge Systems and in September 2016 she was appointed as Co-
Executive (Testing and Inspection Division), where she is responsible for improving the operational efficiencies and profitability of the Testing Division .

Ms Ndumi Medupe (CA(SA)). Ndumi has vast experience in Governance, Risk, Compliance, and Consulting. Having completed her articles at Deloitte & Touché, she held various Financial Management and Business Analyst positions at Vodacom and MTN respectively, whereafter she was appointed as Director: Financial Planning and Budgeting at the Gauteng Department of Finance. In 2007, Ndumi established Indyebo Consulting, a professional auditing, accounting and business consulting company providing assurance, advisory and consulting services to the public and private sectors.

Sithembiso and Amanda’s appointments will be with effect from 30 March 2017, whilst Ndumi’s appointment will be with effect from 5 May 2017.

Cargo Carries said these new appointments to the Board and looks forward to benefitting from their shared knowledge and experience.