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24 February 2017

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Puleng Kwele, CEO of Broadband Infraco, will be leaving her position when her contract comes to an end on 31 May.

In an email to ITWeb, Broadband Infraco says Kwele's contract period has come to an end and she is currently serving her notice period.

Kwele was appointed company boss in 2012, taking over from then interim CEO Andrew Shaw.

According to the state-owned company, Kwele was employed and contracted for a period of five years from 1 June 2012 to 31 May 2017.

Millicom has promoted Mohamed Dabbour to be CEO of its African operations, replacing Cynthia Gordon, who has left the company. Millicom operates in Africa and Latin America under the Tigo brand name.