Judy Dlamini to step down from AngloAmerican board
Dr. Dlamini stepped down in order to devote more time to her business commitments as chair of Mbekani Group in South Africa.
Dr. Dlamini is the chairman of Aspen Pharmacare, a pharmaceutical business with operations in Africa, South America, Asia, Australia and Europe, and founder and chairman of Mbekani Group, a South African healthcare investment company.
Dr. Dlamini served as a non-executive director of Northam Platinum between 2004 and 2013 and as a member of that board’s committees on health, safety and environmental; investment; and social, ethics and human resources.
She started her career as a medical practitioner and specialised in occupational health before deciding to build her business career.
After spending two years at HSBC, specialising in transport and energy corporate finance, she began to develop her entrepreneurial interests.
Dr. Dlamini received her medical degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, her MBA from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg and her diploma in occupational health from the University of the Free State, all in South Africa. ■
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