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14 October 2016

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MTN SAfrica names Sekha as head of regulatory affairs

MTN South Africa has appointed Felleng Sekha, a South African, as its new executive for regulatory affairs and public policy from 10 October. Sekha has extensive regulatory experience and previously worked at MTN in various roles, including for five years in Nigeria as executive director for corporate services, well before the complaints that led to the fine. The firm said Sekha will shape public policy and regulatory outcomes which are key to MTN achieving its business objectives.

New appointment brings new prospects

Local infrastructure services provider BT-SA today announced the appointment of Connie Mbonani Wilson as new Business Development Director. The appointment comes at an exciting time when the firm is making significant advances in providing fast on-site IT infrastructure through its innovative ‘Data Centre in a Box’ solution.

Mbonani Wilson was until recently the marketing director at engineering company Malala Vuka Industrial Services and has held many directors positions. With a strong background in business development, she will now be responsible for communicating and selling the company’s value proposition to prospective accounts across all industry verticals.

                                            

Welcoming her appointment, the managing director of BT-SA Bertie Strydom said; “I am delighted to welcome Connie as new Business Development Director. This appointment reflects BT-SA’s commitment to further expand its capabilities, Connie brings with her a wealth of expertise."