Saleem Rashid Beebeejaun (CHAIRMAN)

Saleem Rashid Beebeejaun is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Insurance (UK) and was the winner of the H G Greening award, which rewards the first prize in all life subjects worldwide. He is also a holder of a Licence – ès Sciences Economiques from the University of Montpellier, France and is Harvard Business School Alumni having followed the Advanced Management Program. At present, Saleem is primarily engaged in providing business facilitation and consultancy services in Africa.
In addition Saleem serves as an independent, non-executive director in several organizations including Warwyck Private Bank Ltd., the first private bank which he established in Mauritius in 2014. Pembani Remgro Infrastructure Fund which operates as the Collective Investment Scheme Manager to Pembani Remgro Infrastructure Mauritius Fund I LP and PRIF Feeder Blocker LP.
MAREF a fund which aims to own and develop prime real estate projects in Africa especially in the retail office blocks and industrial buildings. Saleem is also an associate director of Africa Practice and is the Honorary Consul of Malaysia in Mauritius. Previously Saleem spent 23 years in various management and directorship positions in the financial services and trading industries. Saleem has also led several transactions including listings, de-listings, privatization, corporate mergers and acquisitions.

Bhekinkosi Nkomo AMP ( Harvard), CA (Z), CA (SA) (Chief Executive Officer)

Bhekinkosi (Bheki) was appointed as CEO of RioZim Limited on the 1st of July 2017. He is an alumni of the Harvard Business School after having successfully completed its Advanced Management Program (AMP) in Boston, Massachusetts. Bheki is also a registered Chartered Accountant both in Zimbabwe and South Africa and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Accounting (Hons) Degree from the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), and a Bachelor of Accounting Science (Hons) Degree from University of South Africa (UNISA). Bheki is a well-rounded senior executive who possesses a strong business and leadership record spanning over twenty years of experience. Prior to his elevation to the role of CEO, Bheki served with distinction as RioZim Limited’s Group Finance Director from 2015 to 2017, during which period he was instrumental in spearheading the implementation of the Group’s expansion strategy which resulted in the Group’s number of operating gold mines growing from one in 2012 to three by 2017 and gold production increasing by more than 350%. Furthermore, Bheki played a key role in restructuring the Group’s debt which significantly improved the Company’s liquidity, capital structure and operational efficiency. Bheki also has vast experience in the areas of finance, operations, and strategic planning. He has also served on various Boards.Currently, He serves on the Boards of RioZim Limited and its various subsidiaries and associates.

Gopal Krishna Jain

Gopal Krishna Jain holds a B.A. in Economics from Hansraj College, Delhi University, India and a M.A Jurisprudence from Oxford University, UK. He has 25 years of experience in international arbitration and commercial litigation and is designated as a Senior Advocate in India. He has also represented various multinational clients in contentious commercial disputes and has authored several renowned publications, including “The Future of Commercial Disputes Lies with Commercial Courts” and newspaper articles in Economic Times and Financial Express. He is a member of the Bar Council of Delhi and the Supreme Court Bar Association.

Ethel Kuuya

Ethel Kuuya is a strategic business analytics and transformation advisor. She is the Founder and Managing Director of Advisory K, a leading advisory firm in Zimbabwe delivering solutions in strategy, analytics, organisation, people and research. Advisory K is an affiliate of Mercer – the worlds leading HR consulting company. In her 17 years of experience she has served as the Senior Manager at PriceWaterhouseCoopers Zimbabwe & Malawi, Executive Director at Centre for HR ,Organisation Development in Africa (CHRODA) and Head of Consulting at EOH KPMG Botswana. During which time she has consulted on assignments across sectors, including working with the government of Botswana, regional and local parastatals and various financial services entities and has worked in 8 countries. She is a Crans Montana Forum New Leader, a Business Advisory Board Member for Boost Enactus and is a Masterclass contributor to Level Up Mentorship Program. Recently she founded Yambuko Trust, a non-profit mobile digital library for orphans with limited access to education. Recently she attained a Business Analytics Specialisation with the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and is currently attaining her MSc in Strategic Management from the University of Derby. She was appointed to the Board on 01 May 2018.

Mustafa Sachak

Mustafa is currently the CEO of Masawara Insurance which is TA Holdings insurance group operating in Botswana, Uganda and Zimbabwe with investments in general insurance, life assurance, reinsurance, asset management and microfinance. Mustafa started his career at Motorola in the USA where he spent 10 years in the Communication Division before moving to Zimbabwe in October of 1996 to pursue a different career path. Mustafa graduated from University College London with a BSc in Chemical Engineering in 1980 and a BSc in Electrical Engineering from Florida Atlantic University in 1986 and an MBA from Florida International University whilst working for Motorola. He was appointed to the Board in 2015.