SAMRO appoints Mark Rosin as its new interim CEO


Rosin will be taking over from Ditebogo Modiba as the interim CEO with effect from 1 February.

The Southern African Music Right Organisation (SAMRO) has announced the appointment of Mark Rosin as its new interim CEO following the resignation of Ditebogo Modiba, with effect from 1 February. 

Modiba joined SAMRO as its CFO in 2017 and was appointed to interim CEO in 2019. 

Rosin has worked at eMedia Investments as COO from 2014 to 2019. He has also been a lawyer, an in-house business affairs and legal executive and the COO of ETV

SAMRO has also appointed a new acting CFO, but aren’t able to say who it is at this time.

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