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Managing Director, Monhla Hlahla leaving ACSA
Friday, June 10, 2011 | 00:00

The Board of Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) wishes to announce that our Managing Director, Monhla Hlahla, will be leaving ACSA at the end of September to explore new business opportunities.

We are certain that members of the aviation industry and public at large will agree that ACSA has been transformed, particularly over the last ten years, into a mature global business, which is focused, sustains solid financial performance whilst improving excellent operational performance. This has been achieved under the able leadership of Monhla Hlahla.

Monhla has distinguished herself as an outstanding South African business leader, in the process earning not only local but also global recognition and respect for her inspiring leadership abilities.  This has clearly assisted ACSA and the aviation industry in achieving the excellence experienced over recent years.

The legacy left by Monhla bears testimony to ten years of tremendous commitment, loyalty and very hard work. For this we thank Monhla and wish her the very best with her future endeavours.

During the next three months, Monhla will assist ACSA in dealing with several critical priorities and ensure a stable and smooth transition.


Wayne van der Vent
Chairman
Airports Company South Africa

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