Alta Schoultz has 25 years' experience in the cement and lime manufacturing industries. She is currently driving the innovation strategy as the head of Innovation at PPC and also heads the Technical Marketing team.
Danette Breitenbach was the editor and publisher of Advantage, the publication that served the marketing, media and advertising industry in southern Africa. Before her editorship, she was deputy-editor as well as freelancing for over a year on the publication before that.
Donia Kamstra has a 22-year track record in the property industry that includes a number of high profile developments. She has worked with property and construction solutions company Profica since 2006 in a variety of roles that have included client development manager, project manager, and championing the company's sustainability focus as a technical working group member of the Green Star SA rating tool.
Frans Pienaar has served as Inyatsi Construction Group chairman since December 2012. His assignment is to guide business strategy and employees, to unlock potential, motivate growth and development throughout the organisation..
Hermann Erdman is CEO at REDISA (Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa). An entrepreneur and businessman, Erdmann has extensive experience in the manufacturing and retail sectors having served on a number of industry-related boards.
Ian Massey is director and co-founder of MDA Consulting. A chartered civil engineer by profession, Massey has over 18 years of contracting construction experience and over 30 years commercial consulting experience.
Jan Venter is chief executive officer of the South African Plastic Pipe Manufacturing Association (SAPPMA) which is a non-profit association that represents more than 80% of the plastic pipe produced in South Africa. It focuses on ensuring pipe systems that are correctly designed, leak-free and durable for long-term use, as well as on the rehabilitation of old pipelines..
Leigh Andrews (@leigh_andrews) is Editor-in-Chief: Marketing & Media at Bizcommunity.com and one of our Lifestyle contributors. She loves milkshakes, word play and alliteration, and can be reached at ..
Lionel Moyal is Managing Director at Intervate - a T-Systems business unit in South Africa and the country's foremost provider of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) solutions. For more information, please visit: http://www.intervate.com/Pages/default.aspx..
Nadir Jeeva is CEO of Afri-Corp Properties International, a progressive Southern African commercial real estate and facilities management company based in Port Elizabeth. Jeeva holds 20 years' experience in real estate marketing, brokering and tenant relations.
Nicci Botha has been wordsmithing for more than 20 years, covering just about every subject under the sun and then some. She's strung together words on sustainable development, maritime matters, mining, marketing, medical, lifestyle...
Nicholas Stopforth is managing director for Amdec Property Developments, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Amdec Group responsible for the conception, design, development, and project management of the group's mixed-use precincts..
Theunis Coetzer is an entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in water treatment systems and processes. He has launched various innovative water treatment products over the years which include the soon-to-be-launched non-electrical waste water treatment plant set to revolutionise the sanitation industry.
Trevor Hill is the head of Audi South Africa. With over 20 years of global experience with Audi, Hill joins the South African team after spending two years at the head office in Germany heading up the global strategic project of Internationalisation..
Werner van Antwerpen is the head of sustainability at Growthpoint Properties. His mission is to ensure that Growthpoint's properties are on the forefront of technological innovation in their drive towards greener buildings.
William Johnston is regional director of WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Structures, Africa. With 14 years' experience as a professional engineer in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and the UK, he has covered a varied range of projects, from a prestigious high-rise office block in central London, to the emergency rehabilitation of a township school in KwaZulu Natal; from extensions to Gauteng's largest sewage works, to the development of Africa's first "green" city in Pretoria..
Yashaen Luckan is the president of the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP). A registered practising architect himself, he is also an academic at the School of Architecture, Planning and Housing at University of Kwazulu-Natal (UKZN).