Sentech has appointed a long-serving company engineer as its new chief operating officer.
The company said on Friday that it has named Tebogo Leshope to take the operational reins at the state-owned broadcasting signal distributor responsible for the technical implementation of South Africa’s digital terrestrial television migration programme.
Leshope, who has worked at Sentech in various roles for the past 19 years, is qualified in electrical engineering, with a bachelor of technology from University of Johannesburg, project management from Unisa and is a registered professional with the Engineering Council of South Africa, the South African Institute of Electrical Engineersand the Institute of Directors Southern Africa.
He has experience in telecommunications and has led complex operations and telecoms projects, including in an executive capacity, Sentech said in a statement.
“As Tebogo takes on the COO responsibilities, we are positive that he will provide Sentech with core operations leadership, driving operational excellence, business growth and migration of core platforms to digital,” said Sentech CEO Mlamli Booi in the statement. — (c) 2018 NewsCentral Media