Absa appoints former Sarb deputy governor Daniel Mminele as CEO

Daniel Mminele

Mminele, who retired as second-in-command at the central bank in June 2019 after serving more than 10 years there, will be Absa’s first black chief executive.

South African lender Absa said on Monday it had appointed former central bank deputy governor Daniel Mminele as Group Chief Executive.

Mminele, who retired as second-in-command at the central bank in June 2019 after serving more than 10 years there, will be Absa’s first black chief executive.

He takes over from Rene van Wyk who was at the helm of the lender as interim CEO following the retirement of Mario Ramos in February 2019.

More to follow.

In other news – Senzo Meyiwa’s widow finally Speaks Out – He was warned not to fall in love with Kelly Khumalo, she has Evil spirits

In a new book, the former Orland Pirates goalkeeper’s widow says those who warned the late player about the singer included a sangoma and his friend Mthoko Twala.

Senzo Meyiwa and Kelly Khumalo

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Slain Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper and captain Senzo Meyiwa’s widow Mandisa has released ‘666_9’, a tell-all book about her relationship with the late football player, in which she details how Senzo was “warned” about getting into a relationship with Kelly Khumalo from people including his friend Mthoko Twala and a traditional healer. continue reading

Source: EWN

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