Graham was appointed to the Motus board on 22 November 2018 and is the Chairman of the board, the chairman of the asset and liability, and nominations committees, and a member of the remuneration committee. He is a non-executive director of Telkom, AECI and Imperial Logistics Limited and independent nonexecutive chairman of Long4Life Limited. Graham was an executive director of Nedbank Group Limited and Nedbank Limited and retired in May 2014 with over 30 years’ service in the Nedbank Group. Graham was previously a director of Imperial Holdings Limited.
Oshy was appointed to the Motus board on 1 August 2018 and is the Chairman of the remuneration committee. Oshy is the senior partner of Tugendhaft Wapnick Banchetti & Partners (law firm). He is also a non-executive director and deputy chairman of Alviva Holdings Limited (formerly Pinnacle Technology Holdings Limited). He was previously a director of Imperial Holdings Limited.
Phumzile was appointed to the Motus board on 22 November 2018. Phumzile is the executive chairman of Afropulse Group, non-executive chairman of the Mineworkers Investment Company Proprietary Limited, Primedia Holdings Limited and Imperial Logistics Limited. Phumzile also serves as an independent non-executive director for various companies listed on the JSE, among others Massmart Holdings Limited and Redefine Properties Limited. Phumzile was appointed on 16 April 2018 by His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa, the President of the Republic of South Africa as one of four special investment envoys tasked with raising USD100 billion over a five-year period. Phumzile was previously a director of Imperial Holdings Limited.
Saleh was appointed to the Motus board on 22 November 2018 and is the chairman of the audit and risk committee. He is a finance professional with well over three decades of experience in the Anglo American Group in South Africa. Prior to his retirement at the end of March 2019, he was an executive director of Anglo American South Africa and for the last 11 years of his career held the position of Head of Finance. He was also an integral member of the executive team providing key leadership, direction and strategy to the South African corporate office and region. He has held several listed and unlisted board positions and brings with him extensive experience across the full spectrum of corporate activities. He currently serves as an independent non-executive director of Astral Foods Limited.
Keneilwe was appointed to the Motus board on 22 November 2018. She is a Chartered Accountant and a Quantity Surveyor and started her career with Grinaker Building, Dawson & Frazer and CP De Leeuw Quantity Surveyors. She completed articles at KPMG working in the financial services and tax divisions and thereafter worked as development executive at Spearhead Properties and as a fixed interest credit analyst and a member of the credit committee of Coronation Fund Managers. Keneilwe currently serves as independent non-executive director of Attacq Limited, Brimstone Investment Corporation Limited and Long4Life Limited.
Johnson was appointed to the Motus board on 22 November 2018 and is the Chairman of the social and ethics committee. Johnson is the lead independent director of Sasol Limited, independent chairman of MMI Holdings Limited, a non-executive director of Datatech Limited and the chairman of the Hollard Foundation Trust, and a board member since 2009. He is the chairman of Silver Unicorn Trading 33 Proprietary Limited and Silver Unicorn Coal and Minerals Proprietary Limited. He is also a director of NM Rothschild (SA) Proprietary Limited, Compass Group (SA) Proprietary Limited, Teamcor Limited, First Lifestyle Holdings, Nkunzi Investment Holdings Proprietary Limited and is lead independent director at Delta Property Fund Limited since April 2017. He is also a director of the Council of the University of Johannesburg, the South African Qualifications Authority and the Black Management Forum Investment Company Limited.