Transnet appoints Tau Morwe as Acting Group Chief Executive

Transnet has appointed Tau Morwe as Acting Group Chief Executive.

Morwe will take over the position until 30 April 2019.

He will also serve as a member of the Transnet board.

In a statement released on Monday evening, Transnet Board chairperson Dr Popo Molefe said the appointment was approved by Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan.

The move comes a few weeks after Transnet fired its CEO Siyabonga Gama amid allegations of corruption.

READ: 'As of today Mr Gama is no longer an employee of Transnet'

Transnet board member, Professor Edward Kieswetter spoke to Karima Brown on her show, to share more details.

The fact that Mr Morwe has deep experience of the organisation is extremely helpful, which means he can land on his feet.

Professor Edward Kieswetter, Transnet board member

In addition to experience, the board also considers whether the individual can align to our values of integrity.

Professor Edward Kieswetter, Transnet board member

Click on the link below to listen to the full conversation....


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