African Rainbow Capital CFO Bridget Radebe has tendered her resignation

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African Rainbow Capital has expressed its appreciation for Bridget's dedication and thanked her for her contribution.

On 29 November, African Rainbow Capital announced the resignation of Ntombenhle ‘Bridget’ Radebe as both CFO, non-executive director and chairman of the nomination and remuneration committee with immediate effect. 

In a statement, African Rainbow Capital expressed its most sincere appreciation for Bridget’s dedication. The company thanked her for her tremendous effort and invaluable contribution to the establishment of African Rainbow Capital Investments.

Bridget Radebe has been non-executive director of African Rainbow Capital Investments Limited since 10 August 2017. She has been non-executive director of Alexander Forbes Group Holdings Limited since 1 September 2017. She serves as a board member of A2X Proprietary Limited, A2X Pty Ltd and Colourfield Liability Solutions Proprietary Limited.

Prior to her appointment as African Rainbow Capital’s CFO, Bridget was a partner at Deloitte, where she serviced JSE-listed clients, including Imperial Holdings Limited, PPC Limited and Iliad Africa Limited.

She joined Deloitte Johannesburg in 2006 as a manager after an international secondment with Deloitte Canada. In her role as audit manager from 2007 to 2012, she has served a diverse range of clients and had a broad range of experience with a specific focus on the IT, wholesale, retail and hospitality industries.

She is a member of the SAICA Accreditations and Monitoring Sub Committee. She is a Chartered Accountant (SA) and holds a BCom Degree from the University of the Witwatersrand and an Honours degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

For her work as the CFO at African Rainbow Capital, Bridget was nominated for the CFO Awards 2019. 

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