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CIPS Announces new branch committee members for Gauteng

CIPS 19 July 2012

CIPS Announces new branch committee members for Gauteng

The Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) proudly announces the newly elected branch committee which was nominated on the 19th of July at UNISA SBL, Midrand to serve on the Gauteng Branch.

The Branch Committee elected comprises of the majority of members with MCIPS designation and Fellowship Grade for the profession. This is the first in the history of the Southern Africa Branch Committees!

Congratulations to the new Gauteng committee members:

Alta Spence FCIPS, Managing Member at Procure Masters

Ayanda Ntshanga MCIPS, Regional Sourcing Manager at Eskom

Brendan Raju, MCIPS Corporate Indirect Purchasing - Regional Leader Cummins South Africa

Davina Comaren, Procurement Specialist at Mercedes-Benz South Africa

Gregory Otieno MCIPS, Group Procurement Manager at Netcare

Ronald Mlalazi MCIPS, Lecturer at Commerce Edge

Marile Peerless MCIPS, Manager: Consulting at Intenda

Lillian Karuri-Magero MCIPS, Head of ICT Sourcing at Eskom Holdings

Baldwin Phume, SNR Lecturer: Marketing, Sport and Logistics Management at Tshwane University of Technology


CIPS Africa currently has branches in: Gauteng, Eastern and Western Cape, Bloemfontein, Kwazulu Natal, North West, Lesotho, Swaziland, Free State, Namibia, Botswana and other African branches recently added.

When joining a local branch you become part of a wider network, meeting people with similar professional interests and concerns. Branches organise regular meetings which provide the ideal opportunity to network with your fellow purchasing and supply chain professionals.

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