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NBI Advisory Committees

NBI Advisory Committees are as follows:

The Western Cape Provincial Membership Advisory Council

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

Andiswa Mesatywa – Astron Energy
Andre Nel – Pick n Pay
Dr Armand Bam – USB  
Blain van Wyk – PepsiCo
Edina Chembeya – New Clicks SA
Eric Leong Son – Distell
Feroz Koor – Woolworths (Chairperson)
Francois Adriaan – ASISA
Gray Maguire – Climate Neutral Group
Karen Dawn-Koen – Oceana

Kevin Chaplin – SA Ubuntu Foundation Trust
Neptal Khoza – Santam
Nici Palmer – Carbon Calculated
Shirley Moroka-Mosia – Engen

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.

Reitumetse Molotsoane:

Reitumetse Molotsoane:

What is ACES all about?

What is ACES all about?

ACES Infographic 2022
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Advisory Committee on Environment and Society (ACES) Members

Abel Sakhau – Sanlam
Aili Zeeman – PPC
Andiswa Mesatywa – Astron Energy
Andre Nel – Pick n Pay 
Annika Brouwer – NinetyOne
Asyia Sheik – PepsiCo 
Blain van Wyk – PepsiCo
Boniswa Nthingila – Astron Energy
Brandon Urdang – Liberty Group
Chantal van der Watt – PwC
Charlene Lackay – MMH 
Cynthia Khoali – ABB
Dave Collins – MAC Consulting 
Duane Newman – EY Cova
Edina Chembeya – Clicks Group
Elene Van Reenen – Absa Bank Limited 
Eric Leong Son – Distell
Feroz Koor – Woolworths
Grant Whittaker – EY Cova 
Gray Maguire – Climate Neutral Group
Hemant Lala – Shell
Jon Duncan – Old Mutual
Joy Mills-Hackmann – Jonsson Workwear
Judy St Leger – Astron Energy 
 

Kareiesha Seetal – Absa
Karen Dawn Koen – Oceana
Kathleen Ebersohn-Khuvutlu – Discovery
Kavendrin Naidoo – Barloworld
Keiasha Kistan – Engen Oil
Kevin Morgan – South32
Lauren Rota – Imperial Logistics
Lesego Rammusi – Absa
Lungile Manzini – Vodacom
Madeleine Ronquest – FirstRand
Makgotso Letsitsi – KPMG 
Marco Lotz – Nedbank
Melanie Vermaak – Harmony
Mzila Mthenjane – Exxaro 
Nazmeera Moola – NinetyOne
Neptal Khoza – Santam
Nici Palmer – Carbon Calculated 
Nikki Fischer – Thungela
Nivi Moodley – Pangeamade
Nosipho Sokhela – Standard Bank 
Octavia Gama – Eskom
Phindile Ntshaba – Grindrod
Portia Bangerezako – Sanlam
Rafiek Sharfuddin – Imperial Logistics
 

Ravanya Naidoo – FirstRand
Raveshni Maharaj – Sun International
Richard Pfaff – KPMG 
Roan Nel – Pick n Pay 
Robbie Louw – Promethium Carbon
Rongrong Huo – NinetyOne
Shamini Harrington – Shell
Shirley Moroka Mosia – Engen Oil
Silvana Claassen – Climate Neutral Group
Simon Clarke – IBIS Consulting 
Simphiwe Shazi – Grinaker-LTA
Sinenhlanhla Ndlela – Aspen
Siphilile Shange – African Bank 
Stan Pillay – Anglo American 
Stiaan Wandrag – Tigerbrands
Thembi Mthimunye – Grinaker-LTA
Trisha Govender – Vodacom
Tshego Tyira – Royal Bafokeng Holdings
Tshepi Molefe – Discovery
Tyrone Hawkes – Sappi
Vashti Chetty – Astron Energy
Victoria Mposi – Distell