EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS
Guy Hayward
Chief Executive Officer
Employed since 2000/ Appointed 15 May 2001
BCom, CTA (UCT), CA(SA)
Member of the Risk and Social and Ethics Committees
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Guy graduated from the University of Cape Town in 1986 and, after serving articles with Deloitte Haskins & Sells, qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1989. During the 1990s he held financial roles at Malbak and CNA Gallo in South Africa and at Goldman Sachs in London. He joined Massmart as Group Financial Executive in 2000, was appointed Chief Financial Officer in 2001 and Chief Operating Officer in May 2012, before becoming Chief Executive Officer in June 2014. Guy is also chairman of the Hilton College Endowment Foundation.
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Johannes van Lierop
Chief Financial Officer
Employed since 2015/ Appointed 12 March 2015
Hotel and Catering Management Degree, Bachelor of Business Economics, Chartered Accountant – RA (Amsterdam)
Member of the Risk Committee
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Johannes did his articles with EY and graduated from the University of Amsterdam in 1997 as a Registered Accountant (RA or CA equivalent). After three years at the Dutch Development Agency, working in Cotonou, Benin he spent over a decade at Diageo in various capacities in Nigeria, Jamaica, the UK, Hungary, The Netherlands and again in Nigeria where he was CFO, IT procurement director and a member of the board at Guinness Nigeria up to 2011. Following that, Johannes worked in Nairobi, Kenya, for Bharti Airtel Africa, one of the largest mobile operations in the world. After three years as Africa CFO he took on the role of Africa Programme Director, driving business development and business integration for the Africa region. Johannes was appointed as Massmart’s Chief Financial Officer on 12 March 2015.
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INDEPENDENT NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS
Kuseni Dlamini
Chairman of the Board
Appointed 10 April 2014
BA (Hons) (Natal), MPhil (Oxon)
Chairman of the Nomination Committee, Member of the Remuneration Committee
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Kuseni Dlamini is the Chairman of JSE-listed Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Ltd, the leading pharmaceutical manufacturer in the southern hemisphere with operations in over 50 countries. He is the former Chief Executive Officer of Old Mutual South Africa and Emerging Markets. Prior to this he was the Head of Anglo American South Africa and a member of the Executive Committee of Anglo American plc. in London and was Director of Anglo Platinum Ltd. He is also the former Executive Chairman of Richards Bay Coal Terminal Company (RBCT) Ltd and a former Chairman of Anglo Operations (Pty) Ltd. As part of his career in mining he held a number of senior positions at Anglo Gold Ashanti and De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd in South Africa and the United Kingdom. Kuseni is a graduate of the Universities of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, and Oxford where he was a Rhodes Scholar. In March 2008, he was named a ‘Young Global Leader (YGL)’ by the World Economic Forum and, during the same month, Miningx selected him as one of the top 100 most influential people in South African mining. In June 2008, the Mail & Guardian named him as one of the top 200 young people worth taking to lunch and in the same year and month, The Economist referred to him as “A Rare Commodity’. In 2010, the World Economic Forum appointed him a member of the Global Agenda Council on Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation. In 2011, he was appointed co-Chairman of the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) Africa Summit which brings together Heads of States, leading politicians and business leaders to debate the state of Africa in a changing world on an annual basis. Kuseni is active in professional bodies and charities which include the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), Common Purpose and the Advisory Board of GIBS Business School. He is also a member of the Council of the University of Pretoria and former Chairman of the Board of South African National Parks (SANParks).
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Chris Seabrooke
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Appointed 1 February 2000
BCom, BAcc, MBA, FCMA
Chairman of the Audit, Remuneration and the Risk Committees and a member of the Nomination Committee
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Chris has been a director of over 25 stock exchange-listed companies. He is currently CEO of Sabvest Limited, Chairman of Metrofile Holdings Limited, Transaction Capital Limited and Torre Industries limited, and a director of Datatec Limited, Net1 UEPS Technologies Inc (Nasdaq/JSE) and Brait S.E. (Luxembourg/JSE). He is also a director of a number of unlisted companies including Mineworkers Investment Company (Pty) Ltd, and is Deputy Chairman of Primedia Holdings (Pty) Ltd. He is a former Chairman of the South African State Theatre and former Deputy Chairman of the inaugural National Arts Council of South Africa. He is a member of the Institute of Directors.
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Dr Nolulamo (Lulu) Gwagwa
Appointed 1 November 2006
MTRP (Natal), MSc (LSE), PhD (UCL)
Member of the Audit and the Risk Committees
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Lulu is Chief Executive Officer of Lereko Investment Proprietary Limited. She was Deputy Director General in the National Department of Public Works, responsible for establishing the national public works programme, and completed a five-year term as the CEO of the Independent Development Trust. She has served on various Government commissions, and is currently a non-executive director of FirstRand Limited, Aurecon and Sun International Limited.
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Phumzile Langeni
Appointed 25 August 2004
BCom (Natal), BCom Hons (Unisa)
Member of the Audit, Risk and Social Ethics Committees
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Phumzile is the Executive Chairman of Afropulse Group Proprietary Limited, a women-led investment, investor relations and corporate advisory house. She is a stock broker by training and was previously the economic adviser to the Minister of Minerals and Energy. Phumzile is the non-executive chairman of Astrapak Limited, a non-executive director of Imperial Holdings Limited, the Mineworkers Investment Company Proprietary Limited, Primedia Proprietary Limited, Transaction Capital Proprietary Limited, Metrofile Holdings Limited and other unlisted companies.
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Raboijane (Moses) Kgosana
1 September 2015
BCompt (Unisa), BCompt Hons (Unisa), CA(SA)
Member of the Audit and Risk Committees
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Raboijane (Moses) Kgosana is the former Chief Executive and Senior Partner of KPMG South Africa and Chairman of KPMG Africa. He is currently Executive Chairman of his own property investment company, Peduco Properties Investments Proprietary Limited. Moses served on KPMG International's global board and council for the eight years representing Africa. He has international business experience including being exposed to US companies. Moses is a qualified Chartered Accountant with 33 years accounting, auditing and advisory experience within the public and private sectors.
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NON-INDEPENDENT NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS
Andy Clarke
President and Chief Executive Officer of ASDA
Appointed 16 July 2014
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Andy Clarke is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Asda Stores Ltd, the UK’s second-largest supermarket retailer. Andy is committed to Asda’s promise to save customers money so they can live better. At Asda great value means: price leadership, great quality and excellent service. With this focus on price, quality and service Asda is redefining value retailing in the UK.
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JP Suarez
Senior Vice President of Realty and Walmart US
Appointed 20 June 2011
BA (Hons) (Tufts University) JD (University of Pennsylvania)
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John Peter (JP) Suarez is the Senior Vice President of Realty, Walmart US,. JP is responsible for leading Walmart’s entire Realty functions, from development activities for US stores including site selection for Supercenters, Neighborhood Markets and test formats, prototype design, construction, store maintenance, fixture and equipment procurement, along with real estate management and sale. JP leads an organization of over 3,100 associates and has oversight for capital spending in excess of $6-8bn annually. Prior to his current role, JP was responsible for Business Development in Walmart’s International Division and looked after merger and acquisition activities and international real estate, and global format development efforts. Prior to that, JP was Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Walmart International. He joined the company in 2004 as Vice President and General Counsel for Sam’s Club. JP also serves as a board member on the University Of Pennsylvania Law School Board Of Overseers. His previous experience includes serving as the United States’ EPA Assistant Administrator for Enforcement and Compliance, acting as a federal and state prosecutor, and working as Chief Enforcement Officer over New Jersey’s gaming industry.
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Enrique Ostalé
President and CEO of Walmart Latam, India & Africa and Chairman of the board of directors of Walmart Mexico, Central America and Chile
Appointed 24 February 2016
Commercial Engineering, Major in Business Administration (Adolfo Ibáñez University, Chile) and MSc in Accounting and Finance (LSE)
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Enrique Ostalé assumed his expanded role in February 2016 after serving as president and CEO of Walmart Mexico, Central America and Latin America. From 2006 to February 2013, Enrique served as president and CEO of Walmart Chile. His experience in this latter post included his leadership of the successful transition of the D&S chain, acquired by Walmart Stores Inc. in 2009, into today's Walmart Chile. Part of his work involved imprinting the seal of Walmart's corporate culture on the organization, adopting along with his team the mission of "helping people save money so they can live better" and incorporating the promotion of sustainability as one of the operational pillars of the business.

Ostalé joined D&S in 1989, serving initially as manager of its financial division, then of its merchandising division and subsequently as manager of its Lider format before becoming its CFO. In 2000, he left the company to take up a position as CEO of Emol, the online service of the El Mercurio newspaper. Between 2002 and 2006, he was dean of the Business School of the Adolfo Ibáñez University before returning to D&S as its general manager, president and CEO.

During his career in Chile, Enrique has, among other activities, been a director and vice president of the Instituto Chileno de Administración Racional de Empresas (ICARE) and served on the governing council of Fundación País Digital and the advisory councils of the Sociedad de Fomento Fabril (SOFOFA), the Cámara de Comercio de Santiago and the Corporación Red de Alimentos. In 2012, he received the “Executive of the Year” prize awarded by Ernst & Young and the El Mercurio newspaper.
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