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TCS appoints Lindikhaya Sipoyo as CEO

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Staff writer | Pretoria, South Africa | April 2, 2013
Lindikhaya SipoyoApril 2, 2013, Pretoria, South Africa - Total Client Services (TCS), a traffic management company, announced that the function of Lindikhaya Sipoyo has changed from dual chairperson and chief executive officer to solely CEO.
Mr. Lindikhaya has more than 10 years of experience in financial management and project management in both the private and public sectors. He is a Director of Imbewu Mineral Resources, a mineral and mining company based in South Africa.

Prior to joining Imbewu, he spent six years heading up the Information and Communications department in the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, focusing on provincial and municipal liaison.

Mr. Lindikhaya has also served on various committees including the Labour Negotiations and Management committee, Human Resources Management committee, Information, Communications and Technology committee and the job Evaluation committee. He is also a non-executive Director of Moneyweb and Queensgate Hotel & Leisure.

The company also announced that the function of Dumisani Mafu has changed from independent non-executive director to independent non-executive chairperson.

Mr. Mafu completed a B.Juris degree with the University Of Fort Hare and Senior Executive Programme offered jointly by the Harvard and Wits Business Schools. He holds an Arbitration Certificate obtained through the Association of Arbitrators of Southern Africa.

Mr. Mafu has completed the Finance for non-Financial Managers Course at the UCT Graduate School of Business, the Wharton Economic Leadership Development Programme at the University of Pennsylvania and a Public Management and Development Course at the Fort Hare Institute of Government. He is the Executive Chairman of Mazolo Holdings abd Chairman of the Eastern Cape Liquor Board.