Kgathola holds a B. Com in Business Management and Economics and he is the Chief Executive and co-founder of Power Matla (Pty) . As a Non-Executive director, he sits on the board and sub-committees of numerous companies including Powertech Transformers (Pty) Ltd, Altech UEC and Dorper Wind Farm. Kgathola commands an extensive knowledge of Supply Chain Management at operational and executive level, spanning twenty five (25) years in various companies including, Eskom, SASOL, Transnet, Harmony Gold Mining, Rio Tinto and a former Executive Group Supply Chain Services for Pretoria Portland Cement Company Ltd.
Whilst working for the above-mentioned companies, Kgathola attended numerous Management Development Programmes, Senior Executive Programmes including The ESKOM Graduate Programme In Utility Management (1996) offered by Samford Business Global Utilities Institute and a Certificate In Programme In Leadership Development (2005) by Wits University Graduate School Of Business Administration.
He has been instrumental in the conclusion of business deals for Power Matla. As a result, he was exposed to and work with various corporate finance advisory service providers on Power Matla deals, involving mergers and acquisitions, BBBEE ownership transactions, company valuations, equity and debt capital raising activities.
Maggie started her career as a trainee engineer with Tongaat Starch. She later joined SAB and Powertech Transformers before moving to Hollard Insurance where she continued to serve as a senior manager. She has a qualification in Chemical Engineering with more than 18 years’ experience in manufacturing and operations and also director positions of 8 other companies. Maggie has served as a senior manager for more than 10 years in the manufacturing and insurance industry and has extensive knowledge in operations management, key stakeholder relationships, continuous improvement, and human capital management.
Sikkie served his articles with BDO Spencer Steward in Durban, where he spent seven years before joining the internal audit profession at two parastatals, Agricor and Agribank in the North West province. He spent four years in Mahikeng before returning to Durban to head the Transnet Group Audit Services in KwaZulu Natal. During his tenure at Transnet, Sikkie also worked as a risk manager for Spoornet (now Transnet Freight Rail). Sikkie was lured back to the consulting profession to establish Ernst and Young’s Business Risk Consulting (Internal Audit) division in the Western Cape, prior to joining Gobodo Inc. Sikkie established Gobodo’s Risk Management Division and was responsible for growing it from 3 staff and R1 million in fees to 42 staff and R18 million in billings over a period of 5 years. He left Gobodo to join KPMG in order to meet new challenges. At KPMG, Sikkie was a partner for approximately 5½ years in the internal audit unit, before moving to the management consulting unit for 3 years. Sikkie currently consults on corporate governance matters through the Institute of Directors providing both director development and in performing board appraisals. In addition, he serves on the boards of the following organisations:
- The Automobile Association of South Africa NPC (non-executive chairman).
- Chartered secretaries South Africa (Chairman of the Audit).
- Altech UEC ( Finance and Risk Committee member and non-executive director).
- Powertech Transformers (Finance and Risk Committee member and non-executive director).