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Boye Olusanya to lead Nigerian mobile company Etisalat
Former deputy managing director of Airtel Nigeria Boye Olusanya has been appointed CEO of debt-stricken Etisalat Nigeria.
The country’s fourth largest mobile company has formed a new board following the resignation of former CEO Matthew Willsher and several other executives including chairman Hakeem Bello- Osagie.
Joseph Nnana, a deputy governor of the Central Bank will replace Belo-Osagie as chairman of the company.
Coca-Cola Africa makes two executive appointments
Mpumi Mazibuko and Nakampe Molewa have received promotions to executive roles at Coca-Cola Africa.
Mazibuko will undertake the role of legal director after serving as legal counsel since he joined the company in 2012.
Meanwhile, Molewa has been appointed as performance director and executive assistant to Coca-Cola’s Southern and East Africa Business Unit president, Kelvin Balogun.
Eskom appoints Johnny Dladla as acting group chief executive
South African utility company Eskom has selected Johnny Dladla as acting group chief executive, following intense consultations between the minister and the board.
Both parties hope the appointment will stabilise the  rm in the short-term after an erratic few months marked by several changes at board level.
Minister Lynne Brown said: “I welcome the appointment of Dladla as it will bring further stability to Eskom and its executive team.”
Ogilvy Africa promotes Mathieu Plassard to CEO
Communications  rm Ogilvy & Mather has con rmed that Mathieu Plassard has been promoted from managing director to chief executive o cer of its Africa business.
Plassard has 13 years of experience with the company in France and has worked with former Ogilvy CEO Nadja Bellan-White over the past three years.
Ogilvy Africa has a presence in 27 countries on the continent, employing 900 sta  and is headquartered in Kenya.

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