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February 1st, 2018
Calvo Mawela

Calvo Mawela

Calvo Mawela, Multichoice South Africa CEO

Calvo Mawela is the Multichoice South Africa Chief Executive Officer.

Previously he was the Multichoice Group Executive Regulatory and Policy Affairs.

He joined MultiChoice in 2011, having been with the Group since 2006.

His first role in MultiChoice was as an Executive in the Chairman’s office and in 2013 as Head of Stakeholder and Regulatory Affairs.

Mawela has a strong background in the broadcasting industry having started his career at Sentech as an Engineer, his transition into regulatory began when he joined ICASA as Broadcasting Spectrum Manager. Calvo holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the University of KwaZulu Natal.

He has served in a number of Ministerial Advisory Task Teams, including the Digital Migration Working Group, Digital Dzonga and the ICT Policy Review Panel.

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