Mr Abel Dlamini is the co-founder and Executive Chairman of SekelaXabiso, an accounting firm specialising in Risk Management, Internal Audit and Forensic Investigations. Mr Dlamini was a founding member of Sekela Consulting and played a key role in the establishment of Sekela Consulting as a market leader in the internal audit, IT audit, forensic audit and consulting services sector prior to its merger with Xabiso Chartered Accountants. Prior to establishing Sekela Consulting he was a partner at both KPMG and Arthur Andersen and served as the chief executive officer at Dlamini Inc. He is a member the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Institute of Internal Auditors (SA).
Mr Thiru Pillay
Mr. Thiru Pillay is a Group Executive of Liberty Holdings Ltd, where he heads up the Professional Shared Services business unit for the Group. He holds a BCompt (Hons), CA (SA) and CIA. Prior to joining Liberty 8 years ago, he was the Senior Executive Partner responsible for the Business Risk Services division at Ernst & Young for their African practice (including South Africa).
Mr Pillay has also previously held senior executive positions in South African Airways and Transnet. He also chaired the audit committee and served as a Non-executive Director on the Board of the Central Energy Fund (CEF) and was a Trustee of the Libcare Medical Aid for 5 years until his resignation at the last AGM.
Ms Matshepo More
Ms Matshepo More CA(SA) is currently the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director of Public Investment Corporation Limited (PIC), one of the largest asset managers in Africa. She served her articles at Deloitte specialising in financial institutions, before being seconded to the New York office for four months to handle a large asset management company. Upon returning to SA she was promoted to audit manager.
She left Deloitte to join the PIC in 2009 where she was appointed as the Finance Manager. In 2011, she was appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the PIC where she is responsible for the Corporation’s finances ensuring that the PIC complies with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA).
Ms More is also a member of the Financial Reporting Standards Council, a statutory body responsible for issuing financial reporting standards in South Africa.
Mr Motshoanedi (Joe) Lesejane
Mr Motshoanedi (Joe) Lesejane CA(SA) (CD SA) (FCMA) has recently completed his terms on the audit committees of the National Treasury and is still chairman of Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC) Limited. He currently offers risk management consulting services.
He also has a wealth of experience in internal audit, risk management, corporate governance and external audit in both private and public sector. As a corporate governance specialist with extensive Board experience he will be an asset to the Board.
He was formerly employed at KPMG, Du Pont Internal, Eskom SOC Limited and SAICA and is an active Member of the Institute of Directors SA.