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.
Esther started her career in the accounting profession in 1989. Working as an article clerk, she studied part time towards her BCompt through UNISA. After completion of her articles she joined KPMG. After achieving a manager status at KPMG in the accounting department, Esther managed a portfolio of owner managed businesses. Esther was seconded to an international client for a year, Electro- Motive Diesel and Locomotive Company (Pty) Ltd, to assist with the day to day running of the accounting department and reporting to the US financial director. She has 23 years accounting experience. Esther is currently the financial manager for Power Matla (Pty) Ltd.
Kholiwe completed her matric in 1999 and did A+ in 2000. She joined the corporate world in 2003, when she started working as a Receptionist for a sanitation company. She was promoted as the Accounts Clerk and that’s where she started studying part time towards her Diploma in Financial Accounting. Kholiwe has 14 years’ experience in the accounting field, having worked for 3 other companies. She joined Power Matla (Pty) Ltd in May 2017, as the Financial Assistant.
Martha Maloka completed her matric in 2006 and thereafter worked as a casual and cashier at the College of Watersrand and Fruit and Veg in Fourways. Martha joined Power Matla (Pty) Ltd in March 2011 as the cleaner. She attended an office administration course and is currently assisting with the office administration and reception