Jan Jacobus de Bruyn
BSc, BEng (Civil) Stel, MBL Unisa, Harvard AMP Diploma.
After a 32-year career retired from the Industrial Development Corporation of South African (IDC) as Deputy Managing Director.
Served on the boards of Gencor (until its unbundling), Saldanha Steel (Chair), Algorax (Chair), Hulett Aluminium, Small Business Development Corp (now Business Partners), Methold (later changed to Nail), Technikon Witwatersrand (now part of the University of Johannesburg), National Sorghum Beer Breweries and various other IDC property development companies.
Presently still Chair of the Manufacturing Development Board of the dti and a board member of the Coega Development Corporation including a member of its HR&R and AFC committees. Served for many years on the Executive of the AfrikaanseHandelsinstituut (AHI).
Ipeleng Patience Jood-Molaolwe
Qualified as Medical Practitioner( MEDUNSA) and Occupational Medical Practitioner( WITS)
Solo General Medical Practice for a number of years; Currently Employed full time at KUMBA Iron Ore Sishen mine as Occupational Medical Practitioner
KwaThemaCommunity Health Forum (Chairperson), ANCRA as Chairperson;
Andrew Conway Gaorekwe Molusi
Connie is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Kabo Capital. Kabo has been established with a view to create a unique BEE company, a company that has principals with extensive track record of managing large scale companies.
Before that, Connie was an Executive Director and Group Chief Executive Officer of Johnnic Communications (Johncom) for seven years from 2000 to 2006.
Prior to him joining Johncom, Connie was a career journalist with various South African publications and news agencies. He was also Media Advisor for the Reconstruction and Development programme. Further, he was Media Advisor to the Minister of Communications as well as a General Manager in the Department of Communications. Connie serves as President of Print Media South Africa (PMSA). He is Chairman of Newspaper Association as well as a member of the Board of Directors of the World Association of Newspapers. He also held a directorship position for the Electronic Media Network (M-Net and SuperSport) between 2001 and 2006.
He also holds the following positions: Member of the Boards Institution for the Advancement of Journalists; Board of Governors for the Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS; Trustee of WWF (South Africa; Member of the Board Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA); Director: Caxton CTP; Non-Executive Chairman: Wethy Investment Group; Chairman of the African Media and Entertainment Ltd.; Chairman of the Johannesburg Tourism Company (JCT); and Chairman on Telkom Media
Meshack Thembinkosi Silinda
Mr. Silinda is the Chairman of the Firm and obtained his B A, LLB degrees from the University of Natal (Pietermaritzburg Campus) in 1996.
He was admitted as an Attorney in 1999, Notary and Conveyancer in 2002. He has extensive experience in Property Law. He heads the firm's property and conveyancing departments.
He deals with the day to day conveyancing matters of the firm which includes instructions from South African Leading Banks, Government Parastatals, and Estate Agents.
Mr. Silinda also receives and handles instructions from the Land Affairs to transfer Land which has been successfully claimed into the names of the new beneficiaries.He has verified a number of Claims for the Land Claims Commission and conducted community trainings and assisted in the formation of legal entities on behalf of the Department of Land Affairs, Mpumalanga Regional Land Claims Commission and Limpopo Regional Land Claims Commission. He was involved in a post-restitution programme with Matsafeni Trust, a community which successfully claimed their land through the Restitution of Land Rights Act and are the current holder of the land where the Mbombela Stadium is built, as their Legal Advisor. He is currently an appointed professional trustee of Matsafeni Trust, Ingwenyama Simhulu Trust, Mjejane Trust and Asbestos Relief Trust. All these four trusts runs a number of successful businesses on their recovered land. He is also the director of Nkomazi Communities Development Fund.
Pieter Andries van Zyl
Chartered Institute of Secretaries and Administrators, South Africa.
Last position held: Financial Director Gefco&Msauli.
Started as Junior Clerk with Gefco in Kuruman in 1956. Promoted through to Senior Clerk by 1963.
Transfered to Gefco’sSterkspruit Mine near Badplaas during 1963 as Mine Secretary.
Transfered to Gencor’sMsauli mine April 1966 as Mine Secretary.
Transfered to Gencor Head Office in Johannesburg 1971.
Promoted to Financial Director by 1976.
Member of consortium effecting management buyout of Gencor’s interests in Gefco&Msauli 1988.
Continued as director until all mines closed.