Tryphosa Ramano


Job Title: Former CFO



Tryphosa Ramano was the CFO of PPC from 2011 to 2019. Before that she was the CFO of WIPHOLD from 2006, and prior to that she worked at South African Airways as CFO.

She has held numerous executive and non-executive positions throughout her career including President of African Women Chartered Accountants and Portfolio Manager and Head of the Institute of Excellence at RMB Asset Management.

She headed the Asset and Liability Division of the National Treasury where her focus was on the restructuring of state-owned assets, ensuring legislative compliance by public entities and monitoring contingent liabilities of the Government.

She was instrumental in the listing of Telkom on the JSE and NYSE and enforcing the payment of R10 billion in dividends by public entities to the Government.

Currently, she is the founder and director of Magommake Consultancy, as well as the finance sector lead for the Women Economic Assembly.

She was most recently appointed as a director to the board of the National Transmission Company of South Africa (NTCSA).

She holds BA from National University of Lesotho and an MA from University of Ghana. Tryphosa received the Executive Leadership Development Programme from Harvard Business School in 2002, Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting from University of Cape Town in 1993, B.Com in Accounting from the University of Cape Town in 1992 and Chartered Accountant from South Africa in 1994.

2024 – Present         Director, National Transmission Company of South Africa
2021 – Present         Sector Lead: Finance, Women Economic Assembly
2019 – Present         Founder and Director, Magommake Consultancy.
2011 – 2019             CFO, PPC
2006 – 2011             CFO, WIPHOLD
2004 – 2006             CFO, SAA

1989 – 1992             B.Com, Post Graduate Diploma, Accounting and Finance, UCT


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