IDC's Nonkululeko Dlamini nominated for CFO Awards 2018

She is also a director of Kumba Iron Ore

 Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) CFO Nonkululeko Dlamini has been nominated for CFO Awards 2018. This is Nonkululeko's debut nomination. 
Prior to joining the IDC, a public development finance institution with the mandate to promote economic growth and industrial development, in September 2015, Nonkululeko was with Eskom, where she spent 14 years in various executive positions. She is also a director of Kumba Iron Ore. She holds a BCom degree and is a Chartered Accountant.



Speaking about her mentorship role to CFO South Africa, she said: “I feel it is a requirement for CFOs to uplift and empower younger employees. In some instances, we shouldn’t allow people to stumble in areas where we have the ability to help. It is important for your team to know that there’s someone to talk to… CFOs should be the most approachable people in the business.”

The annual 'Oscars for South African CFOs', the CFO Awards recognise CFOs of listed companies, large corporations, state-owned entities and government institutions, and awards them for outstanding performance and leadership.

Established in 1940, the IDC is a national development finance institution set up to promote economic growth and industrial development. It is owned by the South African government under the supervision of the Economic Development Department. It provides finance for industrial development projects, plays a catalytic role in promoting partnerships across industries within and outside South African borders, and promote regional economic growth.