Retirement of non executive director and appointment of company secretary
(Registration number 1996/008242/06)
JSE ordinary share code: NTC
JSE preference share code: NTCP
RETIREMENT OF NON EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND APPOINTMENT OF COMPANY SECRETARY
This announcement is published in accordance with paragraph 3.59 of the JSE Listings Requirements.
Mr. Norman Weltman will be retiring from the Board of Netcare with effect from 30 September 2020.
Norman has been an independent non-executive director of the Board for over 11 years, during which
time he successfully served in various capacities, including as chairperson of the Risk Committee and
as a member of the Audit, Remuneration, Consistency of Care and Tariff Committees. Prior to joining
the Board as an independent non-executive director, Norman served for 12 years as an executive
director of both Netcare and Clinic Holdings (prior to its acquisition by Netcare). The Board and
management of Netcare wish to express their sincere gratitude and heartfelt appreciation to Norman
for his invaluable contribution to the business during many years of distinguished service and wish
him well in his retirement.
The Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Charles Vikisi as Group Company Secretary
and General Counsel with effect from 1 September 2020. Mr. Vikisi has over 12 years of experience in
a similar role, and joins Netcare from Edcon Holdings Limited where he served as Chief Legal Counsel
and Group Secretary. The Board welcomes Charles to Netcare and looks forward to benefiting from
his expertise and experience.
15 July 2020
Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking
Date: 15-07-2020 05:15:00
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