NBI Advisory Committees Copy

The NBI has five Advisory Committees:

The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Membership Advisory Council

The Advisory Council is a sub-committee of the Membership Council and meets three times per annum.

Joy Mills-Hackman – Jonsson Workwear
Cathie Lewis – Grindrod South Africa
Mark Van Wyk – Independent
Moses Tembé – Independent

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The Western Cape Provincial Membership Advisory Council

The Advisory Council is a sub-committee of the Membership Council and meets three times per annum.

Andre Nel – Pick n Pay
Dr Arnold Smit – USB
Bridgitte Backman (Chairperson) – Distell
Edina Chembeya – New Clicks SA
Feroz Koor – Woolworths
Franz Rentel – Climate Neutral Group

John Lomberg – Santam
Karen Dawn-Koen – Oceana
Kevin Chaplin – SA Ubuntu Foundation Trust
Makhegu Mabunda – Woolworths
Shirley Moroka-Mosia – Engen
Wally Bouland – New Clicks SA

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Gillian Hutchings:

Gillian Hutchings:

Advisory Committee on Environment and Society (ACES)

The NBI derives its identity and gravitas from the fact that we are a membership collective. It is critical that we therefore regularly engage with our member companies to ensure that the work we do aligns with their strategic interests and that we have a safe forum to discuss progressive action. In addition to one-on-one engagement, project interaction and event attendance one of our main engagement channels is The Advisory Council on Environment and Society (ACES). ACES is the key forum for member interaction in the context of environmental sustainability. The forum is open to all member companies and our quarterly meetings focus on understanding our members strategic needs, updating members on the work we are doing (confirming they are getting value for money and learning from their experience and expertise) and sharing information on our international partnerships, past and future NBI events, current industry trends, best practice and general industry and government activity.

Steve Nicholls:

Steve Nicholls:

What is ACES all about?

Johannesburg Members

Abel Sakau – Exxaro
Brian Leroni – Massmart
Brigitte Burnett – Nedbank
Chantal van der Waltt  – PWC
Chesney Bradshaw – ABB
Dave Collins – MAC Consulting
Harold Carpenter – Nedbank
Kavendrin Naidoo – Barloworld
Lwandle Mqadi – Eskom

Madeleine Ronquest – FirstRand
Mandy Rambharos – Eskom
Morgan Mandeville – Absa
Mzila Mthenjane – Exxaro
Nosipho Sokhela – Standard Bank
Rafiek Sharfuddin – Imperial
Shamini Harrington – Sasol
Sherman Indhul – Transnet
Siphilile Shange – African Bank

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Cape Town Members

Andre Nel – Pick n Pay
Bertina Engelbrecht – The Clicks Organisation
Edina Chembeya – New Clicks SA
Franz Rentel – Climate Neutral Group
Jon Duncan – Old Mutual

Karen Dawn-Koen – Oceana
Keiasha Kistan – Engen
Marco Lotz – Nedbank
Ray-Ann Sedres – Santam
Wally Bouland – New Clicks SA

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Transformation Advisory Committee

The Transformation Advisory Committee is made up of representatives from member companies who will work with the NBI in addressing social transformation. The Committee provides strategic insight and input into the transformation programme and relevant projects and activities, and act as champions for this work.

Our vision is a South African business community contributing actively to social and economic transformation by creating jobs and economic opportunities and that identifies and addresses internal and external transformation challenges in order to ensure equity within the workplace and an organisational culture appropriate to this; as well as addressing the relationship between business and the rest of society in order to achieve increased equity.

Gugu Mclaren-Ushewokunze

Gugu Mclaren-Ushewokunze

Transformation Advisory Committee

Abel Sakau – Exxaro
Douglas Ramaphosa – Independent
Gillian McMahon – Bidvest
Kathleen Ebersohn-Khuvutlu – Discovery
Lebogang Monyatsi – Sanlam
Lerato Molebatsi – General Electric (GE)
Mary-Jane Morifi – Tiger Brands
Nichole Solomons – Distell
Shawn Theunissen – Growthpoint
Tozama Kulati-Siwisa – Lonmin