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January 11th, 2018
Busisiwe Mavuso

Busisiwe Mavuso

Busisiwe Mavuso, Business Leadership South Africa COO and Board Member

Busisiwe Mavuso is the Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) Chief Operations Officer (COO) and Board Member.

Mavuso was previously the Black Management Forum (BMF) Managing Director, an organisation she has been with since 2009 as Chief Financial Officer and since May last year, as its managing director after numerous acting stints.

Mavuso holds a Masters in Business Leadership (MBL) from the UNISA School of Business Leadership, a postgraduate qualification in management from GIBS, a BCompt degree from UNISA and is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

Mavuso started her finance career in 1995 in the banking industry.

She has also worked in training and consulting, telecoms and healthcare prior to joining the Black Management Forum.

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