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Alex Granger is an exceptional global business and motivational speaker, television personality, and outstanding MC and Facilitator.
Bongani Bingwa has been a presenter and journalist for South Africa's longest running investigative television programme, Carte Blanche, since 2007. He has interviewed thought-leaders, senior politicians, and captains of industry, authors, celebrities and high flyers on the global stage.
Colin is an experienced manager with a demonstrated history of working in the telecommunications industry.
Cyril Baloyi is the Group Chief Technology Officer for the City of Johannesburg.
Experienced Business Director with a demonstrated history of working in the ICT and digital solutions space.
Danny has 20 Years’ experience in Electronic Engineering, Software Engineering, Product design, development and testing, Systems Engineering, Radar Target and ECM Simulators for China, UK and Saudi Arabia: such as: Military product for testing radar systems. Digital Receiver for Saudi Arabia: Military product for detecting and classifying RF transmissions.
Dr Setumo Mohapi is the CEO of the State Information Technology Agency (SITA), a position he has held since 1 April 2015. Prior to this, Dr Mohapi was the CEO at Sentech, having worked in various technology and business positions at Transtel, Internet Solutions, Neotel and Telkom.
Dudley K Petersen, CIO at the Department of Cooperative Governance and Department of Traditional Affairs, is a visionary, skilled and goal-oriented IT senior executive with demonstrated experience in leading, planning, developing and implementing cutting-edge IT solutions to realise business goals and objectives.
Fifi Peters is an anchor on CNBC Africa's flagship markets shows, 'Power Lunch' and 'Closing Bell'.
Gugulethu an award winning broadcaster who is a well-versed orator, with experience in front of the camera, behind the microphone and addressing and audience.
Julius Segole is an independent consultant who provides strategic advice to organisations and IT leaders.
Lee Naik is Managing Director of Accenture Digital in South Africa. Over the course of his career, he has worked across all spheres of government and private sector industries.
Len de Villiers, chairman of the CIO Council of South Africa and previous group CIO at Absa Bank, Nedbank, First National Bank and Transaction Capital, is currently the Telkom group CIO.
Mandla Mkhwanazi has been Transnet’s group chief process officer since September 2012, after being the group CIO for two years.
Mandla Ngcobo has been appointed as the deputy director-general: CIO at the Department of Public Service and Administration.
Mark Walker currently leads the Vertical Market and Insights research and consulting practice at IDC MEA.
Mmamathe has several Information Technology diplomas from a number of Institutions as well as a MBA from the University of North West.
Mthoko Mncwabe holds a B.Sc (Mathematics),B.Sc (Computer Science Hons) from the University of KwaZulu Natal.
Without any formal university qualifications, an ambitious and determined Mummy had the power of choice.
Pali Lehohla is statistician general of South Africa, a position he held since November of 2000. He is the chair of Africa Symposium for Statistical Development, a country-led initiative established in 2006 and the aim of which is to put statistical evidence at the centre of policy in Africa. From 2005 to 2010, he served in a variety of portfolios.
Peter Ndoro was born in Zimbabwe and went to live in England with his family, where he grew up.
Pria Chetty is regional director at EndCode. Chetty has 12 years’ experience as a technology law and policy advisor to public and private sector organisations, developing country governments and international organisations.
Baldwin started his career as Industrial Engineering Surveyor.
He is currently the leader of the Systems Integration business as well as the CIO Advisory capability, after spending the past 18 months as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Technology and Digital business areas.
Sello Mmakau is group CIO at the Airports Company South Africa. He has extensive experience as an IT executive in both private and public sectors, ranging from strategic management, projects and portfolio management to operations management, enterprise architecture, business process re-engineering and implementation of turnaround strategies.
Sidima Ntsangani holds a B.Sc. Honours Degree in Computer Science from the University of Pretoria.
Victor Kgomoeswana is currently a TV anchor, radio commentator, author, freelance conference speaker, programme director, workshop facilitator and consultant on African business development.
Dr. Xolani Ngobese is the Inter- Governmental Delivery Contracting Advisor in Programme and Project Management at the National Department of Human Settlements.
A proud sponsor of the Public Sector ICT Forum, MTN Business is focused on growing partnerships with the public sector to help achieve growth and facilitate government's journey from being efficient to being effective.
MTN Business believes that economic growth and the furtherance of government policies to alleviate poverty are inextricably intertwined with digital technology. As such, digitisation is the only way South Africa will reach its objectives, including the Millennium Development Goals. By enabling a digital future for South Africa through state-of-the-art technology solutions, MTN Business provides the tools with which the public sector can achieve its goals and further South Africa's growth.
These solutions include a full portfolio of the technologies needed by public sector organisations to serve their communities, such as Managed Networks, Cloud , Unified Communications, Security and IoT.
For more information, please visit www.mtnbusiness.com/za