State-Owned Enterprises remain under severe economic pressure. The morale and productivity of public servants is imperative in changing the economic trajectory of South Africa post-COVID-19. As such, this webinar will bring together diverse SOE governance experts that will debate the impacts, opportunities and innovative solutions related to COVID-19.
Exploring decision-making processes, ethics and risk management frameworks, governance considerations relating to working from home and social distancing, the future of business administration and company secretarial practices will be at the centre of this virtual roundtable.
It is undeniable that State-Owned Enterprises continue to be strategically positioned to advance the economic sustainability and socio-economic development priorities of nation building, social cohesion, poverty alleviation as well as protection of universal human rights.
- SOE Corporate Governance issues during COVID-19.
- SOE Virtual Board Meetings Challenges and Opportunities.
- Decision-Making and Information Flow during Social Distancing/working from home.
- Lockdown regulations and impact on governance/business administration.
- SOE Leadership dynamics and crisis/ethics management.
- Mental health and virtual workplace productivity.
- SOE Post-COVID-19 Governance Trajectory.
- Business continuity and risk management oversight.
- SOE Governance best practices in uncertain times.
Mr Sibani Mngomezulu
LL.M, M.A, CD(SA), FCG
- Read Speaker BioSibani is a Chartered Director of the Institute of Director South Africa and a Fellow of the Corporate Governance Institute Southern Africa. He is a qualified attorney who been involved in mergers and acquisitions while working for global investment banks and held executive roles at a listed company. His experience in the field of corporate governance spans more than 20 years as an executive advising listed companies on their obligations in terms of the listings requirements and rules of the JSE, as a group company secretary to a listed company for several years and thereafter transitioning to the role of non-executive director to companies in the southern Africa region. He has been a presenter for many years on different topics of governance and is an accredited trainer of the Corporate Secretaries Toolkit developed by the Corporate Secretaries International Association and the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group.Sibani is a co-founder and director at Luvivi Governance Services, a company that provides professional services including the training of boards, corporate governance advisory and support to company secretaries to organizations across the spectrum of listed, public sector, private and non-profit; a role he enjoys that enables him to leverage the experience gained over the years.
Bongiwe Mbunge CA (SA)
- Read Speaker BioBongiwe’s key focus is in advisory, she is the Head of the Business Sustainability Strategy & Reporting and Human Resources Advisory departments. She specializes in business strategies, value creation, focused unique value propositions through engagements of business with their key stakeholders. She is a Registered Auditor and qualified Chartered Accountant (SA). She has spent 12 years of her career in Accounting and External Audit departments working on and managing varied assurance engagements. Four years of her career has been focused in Advisory Services. Her passion is in the implementation of sustainable strategies, managing key stakeholder relationships, identifying and providing solutions to the business material issues to grow the business.Bongiwe has a passion for Privately Owned Business on a strategic intervention level and collaborates at a Mazars Group level to deliver niche, effective and pragmatic business solutions locally. Lastly, she sits on a number of boards as a non-executive director and has contributed on various platforms as a public speaker.
- Read Speaker BioA versatile practitioner, she represents state-owned enterprises and government departments, as well as international corporations and well-known local companies in a variety of sectors. With a firm grasp of the public sector environment, Hlengiwe provides strategic advice to government clients, and to private sector clients engaging in government commerce. She also has experience in advising on government regulatory, public finance and procurement related issues, that feed into the negotiation and contracting for classified, super-sensitive and mega projects. Hlengiwe has drafted tenders, business cases and legislation for diverse sectors. In her procurement and public regulatory, she provides advice on end-to-end procurement process and compliance review, drafting of tenders for publication, drafting of legal opinions and drafting and reviewing of legislation for implementation of projects. Clients also seek her out for her public finance expertise, specifically on drafting of business cases and motivation to both National and Provincial Treasuries for funding of projects for national government departments and state-owned entities.
Judin Combrinck Inc.
- Read Speaker BioMichael Judin is currently a senior partner in the Johannesburg-based law firm, Judin Combrinck Inc. Michael is a director of, and legal adviser to, the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in South Africa. On November 22, 2006, Michael was inducted as an honorary life member of AmCham in recognition of exemplary leadership and dedicated service. Michael is a non-executive director of a company listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and is the company’s lead independent director. In addition, he is a director of several private companies and a trustee of several trusts. Michael is a Co-Chairman of the Corporate Governance International Development Sub-Committee of the American Bar Association’s Business Law section, a member of the International Bar Association and an associate member of the American Bar Association. Michael is a member of the e-Commerce Advisory Committee of the Financial Sector Conduct Authority of South Africa. He is an Honorary Member of the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa (“IOD”) and acts as an outside legal advisor to the IOD. He is a member of the Committee which wrote the Code for Responsible Investing in South Africa (CRISA), a member of the Main King Committee, Chaired the sub-committee that wrote the Chapter for King III dealing with Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration and he was a member of the Task Team which wrote King IV. He is a member of the delegation representing Business in the negotiations with Labour and Government at NEDLAC regarding the amendment to the Companies Act.
- Read Speaker BioEphraim is a Senior Manager at Letsema leading the procurement sub-practice in the firm, as part of the Next-generation (NGO) practice. He is currently running a large-scale augmentation programme for the SCM organization at the State Information Technology Agency (SITA) leading a team of more than 20 consultants from Letsema as well as over 40 personnel from the SITA. He has experience and exposure to the financial, public sector as well as the manufacturing industries. He has worked in large scale industrial research programmes for PhD studies at the NWU and contributed to research output in articles submitted to the Industrial Engineering Journal of South Africa. He has managed large technical teams in the implementation and strategy formulation for complex procurement programmes.
Sindi Mabaso-Koyana (CA) | Non-Executive Director : ESKOM SOC LIMITED & Deputy Chairperson : Public Investment Corporation.
- Read Speaker BioSindi Mabaso-Koyana is a Chartered Accountant by profession with experience in the public and private sectors. Her illustrious career has included being a Group CFO of Transnet, Executive Partner at Ernst & Young, Chairperson of the Armaments Corporation of South Africa and the Chairperson of the FIFA Audit and Compliance Committee. She is currently a Non-Executive Director of ESKOM SOC Limited and the Deputy Chairperson of the Public Investment Corporation. She has served on a number of boards including Transnet, South African Airways, South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, MTN, SANRAL, Altron Group and a few others. Sindi is a renowned leader and champion in growth and development of young women.
State Owned Enterprises Webinar South Africa
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