Current Leadership

As we find ourselves in the midst of a Fourth Industrial Revolution, empowered by technology and driven by a socially conscious young generation, a new way of doing business is crucial.

 

An executive team consisting of Honorary Life Members have been formed to develop and implement a Re-engineered business model for SACBW, that addresses current frustration and encourages a new way of doing business with a sustainable economic impact to the benefit of all.

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Erna Pretorius

Erna Pretorius

Eerste blootstelling aan die sakewêreld in Stellenbosch, waar sy betrokke raak by ‘n multi-nasionale maatskappyegroepe se beeldbouaksie terwyl sy ‘n eie spekulasiesaak bedryf.

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Melinda Stark

Melinda Stark

Melinda Stark majored in psychology at the University of the Orange Free State (UOVS), completing her studies at an International Bible College where she graduated top of her class. She is married with 4 children and has been in business since 1988. She is owner of a...

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Hester du Bruyn

Hester du Bruyn

In 1996, after resigning from a very successful career at Sasol, Hester purchased her first business. This was the start of not only an entrepreneur, but business mentor and life coach. Her ability to identify business opportunities laid the foundation for her as a...

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Cerita Nagy

Cerita Nagy

Cerita Nagy was born in Zeerust in the North West Province, and grew up in Groot-Marico. Her family relocated to Rustenburg when she was 13, she matriculated at Rustenburg High School and studied at the University of Pretoria. She is a loving wife, mother and a...

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Elise Coetser

Elise Coetser

Elise Coetser is the General Secretary of SA United Employers Organisation, a national employers organization representing the rights and interest of over 3, 700 SMEs across various sectors. She is also and Managing director of Business Unite.

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Winda Austin-Loeve

Winda Austin-Loeve

Winda Austin-Loeve joined the SA Council for Businesswomen in 1993 as a committee member at the founding meeting of the Cape Town branch where she became chairperson in 1995. She held the position as president of the SA Council for Businesswomen from 1996 to 1999.

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