The Bidvest Group

Non-Executive Directors

Bonang Francis (Bonang) Mohale

Bonang Francis (Bonang) Mohale

Independent non-executive chairman

Age: 59

Qualifications: Post Graduate Chartered Marketer (CMSA)

Appointed: 1 July 2019

  • Bonang has held several leadership positions in the private sector and has been lauded and recognised with several awards over the past 25 years. He was the Chief Executive Officer of Business Leadership South Africa, Chairman of Shell South Africa (Pty) Ltd, Chief Executive Officer of Drake & Scull FM SA (Pty) Ltd, Chief Executive of Sanlam Limited, Executive Vice President of SAA and Managing Director of Otis (Pty) Ltd, amongst others. He will be serving on the Acquisitions, Nominations and Social & Ethics committees.

Renosi Denise Mokate

Renosi Denise Mokate

Lead Independent director

Age: 63

Qualifications: PhD. (University of Delaware)

Appointed: 1 May 2018

  • Renosi has held several leadership positions in the public sector and academia. She was the Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank from August 2005 to July 2010 and Executive Director of the World Bank from 2010 to 2012. She has also served as the Executive Dean of the Graduate School of Business Leadership, UNISA, and as a senior policy analyst at the Development Bank of Southern Africa. She is currently the Executive Chairperson of Concentric Alliance. She holds non-executive directorships at Vukile Property Fund amongst others.

Sibongile (Bongi) Masinga

Sibongile (Bongi) Masinga

Age: 54

Qualifications: BCom, USA-SA Leadership and Entrepreneurship Programme (Wharton School of Business)

Appointed: 4 December 2013

  • Bongi is one of the founding members and CEO of Afropulse Group. Prior to this she was the chief operating officer and head of Corporate Advisory at Quartile Capital. She has held various positions in financial services including at DBSA and Gensec. She also gained merchant banking experience with Hill Samuel in London. She currently serves on the following boards: Delta Property Fund, Libstar, Petro SA and is a member of Council at the Durban University of Technology amongst others.

Norman Thomson

Norman William Thomson

Age: 70

Qualifications: CA(SA)

Appointed: 1 May 2018

  • Norman has gained broad business experience over many years and was the Finance Director of Woolworths Holdings Ltd from 2001 to 2013. Norman is currently a non-executive director of Real People Investment Holdings Ltd. Norman’s committee membership on these include the remuneration, audit and risk.

Nonzukiso (Zukie) Siyotula

Nonzukiso (Zukie) Siyotula

Age: 37

Qualifications: CA (SA), ACMA, MBA (GIBS)

Appointed: 25 October 2019

  • She was previously the Chief Executive Officer of Thebe Capital. Prior to that, she held various senior positions at the Barclays Africa Group, Old Mutual, Royal Bafokeng Holdings and South African Breweries. Zukie currently serves as a non-executive director at Wescoal Mining, Conduit Group, Denel SOC, Toyota Financial Services and Ogilvy Mather South Africa.

Bonang Francis (Bonang) Mohale

Lulama Boyce

Age: 42

Qualifications: CA(SA)

Appointed: 12 March 2021

  • Lulama is the Department Head of Commercial Accounting at the University of Johannesburg. Lulama will be appointed to the Audit committee, Nominations committee and Remuneration committee as well as the Social & Ethics committee.

Bonang Francis (Bonang) Mohale

Sindi Mabaso-Koyana

Age: 52

Qualifications: CA(SA)

Appointed: 12 March 2021

  • Sindi is the founder and chairman of the African Women Chartered Accountants Investment company. Sindi will be appointed to the Audit committee as chair, Risk committee and Acquisitions committee.

Faith Nondumiso Khanyile

Faith Nondumiso Khanyile

Age: 54

Qualifications: BA (Hons) in Economics, MBA and HDIP Tax diploma

Appointed: 3 January 2022

  • Faith Khanyile has 24 years’ experience in the financial services sector. She is currently the CEO of WDB Investment Holdings (WDBIH), a women-owned and led investment company formed in 1996 to promote the meaningful participation of women in the South African economy. Faith also worked for Standard Bank, Corporate and Investment Bank (“CIB”) division for 12 years in senior and executive roles. She is a non-executive Director of Discovery Limited, the JSE Limited, Transcend Residential Property Fund, the WDB Growth Fund and the GBVF Response Fund. Faith is passionate about contributing to the growth and development of the African continent and women advancement. She mentors young professionals and emerging entrepreneurs. In May 2016 she received an Honorary Doctorate in Laws from Wheaton College. In 2017 she received the Businesswoman of the Year Award (Corporate Category) and is a member of the IWFSA.

Motlanalo Glory (Koko) Khumalo

Motlanalo Glory (Koko) Khumalo

Age: 54

Qualifications: CA (SA), B Compt (Hons), UNISA, CTA, UNISA, Executive Leadership programs (GIBS and Harvard), Train the Trainer Programme Foresight, Leadership and Innovation, American University.

Appointed: 3 January 2022

  • Koko Khumalo is the founding Director of Motlanalo Chartered Accountants and Auditors Incorporated. Until 31 July 2016 Koko was a Partner at Ernst & Young (EY). She was the Africa Leader for Risk Management and served in the Executive Committees of both South Africa and Africa Region. Koko was also a former Partner at PwC and held various positions, including being a Managing Partner of Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces. Koko serves in the following structures, University of Johannesburg Council; NEPAD Business Foundation Board and the Limpopo Premier Bursary Fund.