Thinus Mulder steps down as DFA CEO


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DFA CEO resigns

ICT-focused investment-holding company Community Investment Ventures Holdings (CIVH) announced that Thinus Mulder will step down as CEO of its subsidiary DFA on 30 September 2021.

CIVH group CEO and DFA chairman, Raymond Ndlovu, thanked Mulder for his contribution in overseeing DFA and the CIVH group's growth during his tenure over the last thirteen years, first as the founding CFO at DFA and, more recently during the past five years, as DFA CEO.

Ndlovu acknowledged Mulder’s leadership in achieving the company’s stellar financial performance and the significant improvement in DFA’s Net Promoter Score in recent years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Thinus will still be available to the group until at least December 2021. His consummate knowledge of the CIVH group’s businesses and the ICT industry is an asset that CIVH will still want to draw upon," Ndlovu said.