Chief Executive Officer
De Buys Scott
Wine: I rather like a good bottle of wine
Kruger Park: Need one say more? Scarcely a few months go by without a trip to Kruger to ease life’s stresses (usually accompanied by (Wine) above)
Golf: One of my favourite sports
Book: I love reading about sport and sporting legends and my bookshelf is testament to that
Chief Operating Officer
She has experience in areas including feasibility studies, project development, financial modelling, project finance, procurement, transaction advisory, tariff modelling and government capacity building. She works across the energy and mining sectors.
Plants – my attempt at planting herbs from seed –this represents my ongoing battle to live a healthy and balanced life
Books – like Neema I love cookbooks and I also like the odd science or thought provoking book.
S&J – the initials of my twin boys
Yellow folder – represent the fact that I organise everything in my life – everything is categorised, sorted, stored, alphabetised, colour coded etc. you get the picture.
Chief Financial Officer
Roses : Always surround yourself with beauty
“Vellies” : My current favourite shoes “Oh the places you’ll go! Today God blessed you with another day use it!”
Just Mercy: The book I am reading that has me in tears “Compassion for others that turns into a story of Justice and redemption” I Love a good book.
Neema has over 9 years of professional experience and is a registered PRINCE 2 Practitioner. Over the last three years, Neema has primarily focused on feasibility studies, business case development, procurement and bid management. She was a Manager in the Deal Advisory, Infrastructure and Financing unit at KPMG.
She has also conducted extensive research into the infrastructure needs and development in Sub-Saharan Africa, culminating in her contribution of content for the following publications:
- Sub-Saharan African Power Outlook (2014); and
- The KPMG & Mail & Guardian Infrastructure Supplement Series (2015.
Old school telephone – I can be a bit of an old soul, with a penchant for the classics
Toy car – one of my son’s favourite, a sometimes unexpected ‘gift’ in my work bag – guaranteed to bring a smile J
Cook book – a culinary relic, crammed with fond memories
Maasai Shuka – Traditionally worn by the Maasai in East Africa, this versatile cloth bears a history as rich as its colours and often accompanies me wherever I go