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April 2nd, 2017
Mncedisi Mayekiso

Mncedisi Mayekiso

Mncedisi Mayekiso, BlackStreet Group Co-Founder and Chairman.

Mncedisi Mayekiso is the BlackStreet Group Co-Founder and Chairman.

Mayekiso is a co-founder and non-executive director of Canal Square Investments, an investment holdings company with interests in the information technology and motor industry sectors.

A respected business IT expert, he joined Faritec Holdings last year as group marketing director responsible for brand, customer and solutions marketing.

Mayekiso co-founded Joburg City Auto in 2003, South Africa’s first black-owned BMW franchise, where he still serves as non-executive director.

He has more than 11 years of experience in the ICT sector.

He worked in marketing and sales for Delta Motor Corp and has worked for IBM and Microsoft.

From 1993 until 1996, he served as executive director at Enterprise Connection until it was acquired by Faritec.

He holds a social science and humanities degree, a postgraduate diploma in management from the University of Cape Town and an MBA from City University Business School in London.

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