The lead independent non-executive director of EOH Holdings has resigned from the board a year after being appointed and five months after taking the lead directorship role.
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JSE-listed technology services group EOH Holdings has appointed Anushka Bogdanov as its new lead independent non-executive director, replacing Andrew Mthembu, who was recently named as chairman.
EOH Holdings has announced that Andrew Mthembu has been appointed as full-time chairman following the death last month of previous chairman Xolani Mkhwanazi.
EOH Holdings chairman Xolani Humphrey Mkhwanazi has passed away, the JSE-listed technology group said on Monday.
EOH Holdings has moved to strengthen its board, appointing three high-profile nonexecutive directors, including a former MD of Vodacom South Africa.
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Gijima nonexecutive director Andrew Mthembu has resigned from the board of the troubled JSE-listed technology services company after nine years as a director. Mthembu was Gijima’s lead independent director and chairman of the remuneration committee. The resignation is with immediate
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