Jabulane Mabuza joins ACE South Africa as non-executive director

20 September 2012 ACE South Africa
Jabulane Mabuza

Jabulane Mabuza

ACE Insurance Ltd South Africa has announced the appointment of one of the country’s top business people, Jabulane Mabuza, to its board as it continues to invest for growth.

Jabulane Mabuza's executive career spans well over two decades as a senior leader of business in South Africa. Recently appointed Chairman of Business Unity South Africa, Mr. Mabuza also currently serves as the Deputy Chairman of Tsogo Sun Holdings and is the current Chairman of the Casino Association of South Africa. He also sits on the boards of a number of other companies, spanning the tourism, manufacturing, leisure, education and technology industries. The appointment is effective immediately.

Brian Seach, Chairman of ACE Insurance Ltd South Africa, said, "ACE is delighted to attract the participation of one of South Africa’s most accomplished business leaders. Mr. Mabuza brings a rare breadth and depth of diverse knowledge and local leadership strength to ACE South Africa. His position as a non-executive director will significantly enhance the company’s strategic positioning as we enter our next stage of growth."

Jabulane Mabuza said: “As the local company of a multinational leader in its field, ACE Insurance has established a sound local business through the creation of value for customers, partners and the market in general. I look forward to playing a role in guiding and informing strategy to assist ACE in its reaching its full potential.”

John Nienaber, CEO of ACE Insurance Ltd South Africa added: “ACE is committed to the South African and African markets. This is reflected in the quality and extent of our insurance solutions portfolio and the investments we make in our infrastructure. Importantly, it is also reflected in the quality of our people, where the active participation of local individuals in markets in which we operate emphasises ACE's commitment to creating shared value."

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