The cabinet has confirmed the appointment of Zolani Matthews as the new group CEO of the troubled Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa).This was affirmed by acting minister in the administration Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, who was tending to a post-bureau media preparation on Friday.
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Source: SABC NEWS, News24.com Fikile Mbalula has judt appointed the new boss of Prasa Mr Zolani Matthews.
Mbalula hammers asserts that Prasa's new CEO is 'too old' to take up post https://citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/government/2451776/mbalula-slams-claims-that-prasas-new-ceo-is-too-old-to-take-up-post/ Mbalula pummels claims that Prasa's new CEO is 'Not too old' to take up post, 'GroundUp' reports that Zolani Matthews' arrangement as Prasa's new CEO is in break of the rail organization's strategies on retirement. Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula
Fikile April Mbalula is a South African politician who is currently serving as Minister of Transport.He was born on the 8th of April 1971 in Free State.He is married to Nozuko Mbalula.
Mbalula appointed a 64-year-old CEO for PRASA yet their (PRASA) policy states employees retire at 63
Zolani Matthews was announced as PRASA first Group CEO in 6 years by Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula last Saturday.But Matthews is 64, and so cannot take up the position, because he is too old according to the rail agency’s policies.
The Congress of the People (COPE) is approaching new Passenger Rail Agency CEO Zolani Matthews, to reestablish the public's trust in Prasa and in train administrations.
Interchanges Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams may have surrendered to pressure applied by Parliament and the ANC over the arrangement of Icasa councilors, however the DA despite everything needs her out. "Stella must go!" DA MP and interchanges representative Phumzile van Damme said in an explanation that was delivered on Thursday morning. At first, Ndabeni-Abrahams resisted Parliament by just naming five councilors to the Icasa committee. There were six opportunities, however Ndabeni-Abrahams seemed to