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March 14th, 2018
Eustace Mashimbye

Eustace Mashimbye

Eustace Mashimbye, Proudly South Africa CEO

Eustace Mashimbye is a qualified Financial Accountant, who studied at Tshwane University of Technology and University of South Africa (UNISA).

He majored in Financial Accounting and Corporate Law and is currently in the process of completing his MBA studies.

Mashimbye has over 15 years experience in Accounting and Financial Management in both the private and the public sectors, having worked for Telkom, Edcon, Department of Trade and Industry and Proudly SA.

He has also undertaken the role of Executive Manager for Corporate Services.

In addition, he fulfilled the role of Acting COO for Proudly SA for a two years.

He has served on the board of The Business Place and is currently a director on the board of the South African Savings Institute.

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