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RH BOPHELO LIMITED - Appointment Of Non-Executive Directors

Release Date: 10/10/2019 15:38
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Appointment Of Non-Executive Directors

RH Bophelo Limited
Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa
(Registration number: 2016/533398/06)
JSE share code: RHB, ISIN: ZAE000244737
(“RH Bophelo” or “the Company”)


In compliance with the Listings Requirements of the JSE Limited, shareholders are informed of the
appointments of the following Non-Executive Directors of the Company and their appointments to the
board sub-committees as detailed below, with effect from 10 October 2019:

1)      Independent Non-Executive Directors appointment to the Board

Dinao Lerutla

Qualification: Masters in Development Finance (University of Stellenbosch); CFA (CFA Institute); B Com
Honours in Finance (University of Cape Town).

Dinao Lerutla has spent 17 years taking up various roles within corporate and investment banking at
companies such as Nedbank, Ernst & Young (EY), and Royal Bafokeng Holdings. She has spent the latter
part of her career building her own business. Since starting her entrepreneurship journey in 2009, Dinao
has been involved in the development sector, providing advisory services to the public and private sector
in areas such as education, student housing, and municipal and infrastructure finance.

In 2018, Dinao received the Entrepreneur of the Year award at the Standard Bank Rising Star Awards. She
was in the 2017/18 EY Winning Women cohort, which is a programme that recognizes high-potential
women-owned businesses and supports them to become significant players in the mainstream economy.

Dinao is currently non-executive director at Edge Growth and at Futuregrowth Asset Managers. She also
serves on the advisory board of Vumela Fund. Dinao is currently the CEO of Alula Water (a water and
wastewater engineering business), and Maya Group (an infrastructure finance and corporate advisory
boutique with primary focus on student housing and affordable housing).

Refiloe Nkadimeng

Qualifications: B Com Accounting (Wits University); Higher Diploma in Accounting (Wits University);

Refiloe Nkadimeng is a qualified chartered accountant with extensive experience in leading and directing
high-performance teams, helping them maintain the overall financial well-being of an organisation. With
over 16 years’ professional experience, she has been in charge of the finances of multi-billion-rand
organisations. Refiloe has experience in mergers and acquisitions, and she is proficient in managing
transitions and the consolidation transactions.
Refiloe has more than 10 years of board experience, having served on boards spread across diverse
industries such as financial services, energy and mining services, tourism, and engineering. She has been
on the board of companies such as M Tech Industrial, Royal Bafokeng Holdings and Thebe Investment
Corporation. As part of her role as the group financial director at Thebe Investment Corporation, she has
served on boards of various subsidiaries and associate companies, fulfilling a shareholder mandate and
performing fiduciary responsibilities. She has also taken up the role of chairperson on various finance
committees and has been a member of audit and risk committees.

She currently serves on the board of Empact Group, Pride Milling, CMH Limited and Prommac part of CG

While at Thebe, Refiloe pioneered a CFO forum to coordinate knowledge sharing amongst subsidiary
heads of finance within the group.

Bojane Segooa

Qualifications: B Compt Honours, Bachelor of Accounting Science, Bachelor of Commerce Accounting, CA

Bojane Segooa is a qualified chartered accountant and an award-winning social entrepreneur with a
passion for education, technology and innovation. She has worked in the finance sector, specialising in
financial management, corporate tax, risk management and corporate governance. She is also an
academic, lecturing and conducting research at UNISA’s College of Accounting Science.

Bojane is committed to using technology to ensure that the fourth UN Sustainable Development Goal
(SDG) of quality education is met. Her innovative spirit led to the establishment of her company Innovation
Africa Holdings and its leading product, Levelsapp, an educational app that allows learners to find a South
African university and explore the degrees on offer, and it gives them career guidance. The application led
to her being selected as a finalist for the Southern African Start-Up Awards in the National Edutech

In 2018, she was nominated by SAICA as one of its Top 35 Chartered Accountants under the age of 35 for
her outstanding work towards community development. She is a recipient of the Innovation Support
Programme Research Award, which is given by the Department of Science and Technology. She is also an
honoree of the Steyn City Foundation’s Seven Percent Tribe. She was recently awarded the Unisa
Chairperson of Council Award for Academic Excellence in Community Work for her exceptional
contribution to society and learners through Levelsapp. In 2019, she won the prestigious national award,
the 100 Young Mandelas of the Future.

Bojane still lectures at UNISA and is the CEO of Innovation Africa Holdings. She is currently a Masters in
Innovation candidate at Wits Business School.
2)     Non-Executive Directors appointment to sub-committees of the Board

       Dinao Lerutla
       - Member of the Audit and Risk Committee
       - Member of the Investment Committee

       Refiloe Nkadimeng
       - Member of the Audit and Risk Committee

       Bojane Segooa
       - Member of the Social and Ethics Committee

The Board welcomes the Non-Executive Directors and looks forward to their contributions to the Board.

By order of the Board
10 October 2019

Sponsor: Deloitte & Touche Sponsor Services Proprietary Limited

Date: 10/10/2019 03:38:00
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