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Executive management committee
at 31 March 2008  
  Executive management committee
  Executive management committee

The executive top structure has been rationalised and two chief officer positions – Generation business and Networks and Customer Services business – were introduced effective from
6 February 2008.

1 PJ (Jacob) Maroga (48)1, 2
  Chief executive
BSc (Electrical Eng) (Wits), AMP (Harvard)
2 B (Bongani) Nqwababa (42)2
  Finance director
BAcc (Hons) (Zimbabwe), CA (Zimbabwe), MBA (Manchester and Wales, UK)
Chairman: Eskom Finance Company, Escap, South African Revenue Service audit committee
Director: Eskom Enterprises, Rotek Industries, Rosherville Properties, Rosherville Vehicle Services, Roshcon
Non-executive director: Old Mutual plc UK Provide financial and procurement strategy, policies, assurance and strategic services to the Eskom group
3 BA (Brian) Dames (42)2
  Chief officer – Generation business
BSc (Hons) (Western Cape), MBA and Graduate Diploma in Utility Management (Samford, USA)
Chairman: Rotek Industries, Roshcon
Chief executive officer: Eskom Enterprises Operating and maintenance of generation assets throughout the plant lifecycle, nuclear operations and strategic primary energy sourcing Designing, building and refurbishing electricity assets, leading project development for the Eskom group, be the custodian of the nonregulated businesses and offer strategic and commercial lifecycle services to the divisions
4 E (Erica) Johnson (39)3
  Chief officer – Networks and Customer Services
BSc (Electrical Eng) (UCT), MSc (Electrical Eng) (UCT), MBA (Wits)
Director: PBMR
Accountable for the Network and Customer Services business of Eskom. Entails the planning, operations and maintenance of a 360 000km transmission and distribution network, and the management of 36GW customer base and a revenue stream of about R40 billion
5 Dr SJ (Steve) Lennon (48)2
  Managing director – Corporate Services

MSc (Phys Metallurgy) PhD (Wits) Professional scientist (Pr.Sci.Nat.),
Fellow of the Academy of Engineering,
Fellow of the Royal Society

Chairman: Board of trustees Fossil Fuel Foundation, National Advisory Council on Innovation
Director: EDI Holdings, Electric Power Research Institute, Eskom Enterprises Supporting growth, innovation and sustainability of Eskom group by influencing strategic direction and risk management, ensuring safety, assurance, strategy execution, an optimal portfolio of assets, regulatory compliance, effective groupwide governance, and providing strategic services in the area of information management, environment, security, insurance and research, demonstration and development to the benefit of the business as a whole
1 Appointed as chief executive from 1 May 2007.
2 Member of Exco for the whole year.
3 Appointed to Exco from July 2007.
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