Business News 30.9.2016 11:09 am

E-toll boss to lead Sanral

Macozoma to replace retiring Nazir Alli.

Cabinet on Thursday announced the appointment of the current CEO of the company operating Gauteng’s controversial e-toll system to succeed Sanral CEO Nazir Alli, who retires at the end of September.

E-toll boss to lead Sanral
E-toll boss to lead Sanral

E-toll boss to lead Sanral

Macozoma to replace retiring Nazir Alli.

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