Black Business Council appoints new president
BBC CEO Kganki Matabane says Sandile Zungu is a well-respected businessman and fits the position perfectly.
JOHANNESBURG - The Black Business Council (BCC) has announced Sandile Zungu as its new president on Wednesday.
BBC CEO Kganki Matabane says Zungu is a well-respected businessman and fits the position perfectly.
The previous president Danisa Baloyi was suspended in 2017 after investigations into a missing R5 million donation from the Airports Company of South Africa.
Matabane says the council is happy with the new leadership.
“The organisation is encouraged by the election. The current leadership is youthful and very balanced.”
BEPA Congratulates the new Leadership of @BlackBCouncil. @thebpiSA @KhandaniM @radebe_jeff @KgankiMatabane @SayEntrepreneur @ekasiEntreprene @BonoloRamokhele @PresidencyZA @CoruscaKhaya pic.twitter.com/V49yWQXn6F— Black Energy Professionals Association (@BEPA_SA) August 8, 2018
(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)