Port Elizabeth, 06 March 2017 – South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) today announced the appointment of Asithandile Ben-Mazwi as a Southern Region Supply Chain Officer.
Ben-Mazwi will be responsible for managing all departmental Supply Chain Management (SCM) processes and reviewing and monitoring compliance on SCM matters in the region. She will also develop and engineer standard operating procedures with regards to SCM as well as develop and implement controls for contract management, among other things.
Ben-Mazwi has a diploma in Public Procurement and Supply Chain Management from Unisa and is a member of the prestigious Charted Institute of Procurement and Supply – an International body representing purchasing and Supply Chain professionals.
Commenting on her appointment, SANRAL Southern Region’s Regional Manager, Mbulelo Peterson said, “SANRAL Southern Region is fortunate to have Ms. Ben-Mazwi join our team as she has extensive knowledge in Supply Chain Management.”
“Before joining the Southern Region she was an Assistant Manager (demand) and later acting Supply Chain Manager in the Department of Roads and Public Works Chris Hani Region, which is experience that would add value to SANRAL” Peterson said.
Ben-Mazwi’s career kick-started in 2005 shortly after completion of her Cost and Management Accounting Diploma at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) and the start of her in-service training at a catering company in East London.
She then worked for companies including Clicks Head Office, Total SA, and VODACOM (Pty) LTD where she filled the roles of an accounts and creditors reconciliation clerk. In 2007 she joined the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) as a Senior Administration Officer, and in 2008 was promoted to Assistant Manager (acquisition), a role she filled until 2011.
“My position at the Department of Roads and Public Works made me realize my passion for roads and transport. The position I filled, and all those I have filled before gave me enough grounds to be able to be positive I can fulfil my role at SANRAL,” said Ben-Mazwi.
“I am excited to be working on tenders so I can have that interface with people as I also have a passion for people. I look forward to using my experience to provide strategic guidance to the region,” she concluded.
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Source: Port Elizabeth – MyPR.
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