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Altron Group CEO Mteto Nyati to step down in June at end of 5-year term

Wednesday 12 January 2022 | 09:41 CET | News
South African technology company Altron has announced that group CEO Mteto Nyati will step down from his role effective 30 June. This decision was informed by Nyati's impending completion of a five-year term with the Altron Group, his successful contribution to increasing shareholder value by approximately six times during his tenure, and his search for a new challenge. Nyati led Altron's transition from a family-controlled and managed business to an independent corporate entity and contributed significantly to the achievement of several strategic initiatives.

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Countries: South Africa
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