Jan Mocke is a qualified electronic engineer (University of Pretoria), who has completed a Masters in Business Leadership at Unisa.
After working as consulting engineer, he joined the IDC for a number of years. He later spent many years in senior management positions in agricultural organisations,
including Sapekoe Estates and Mount Carmel Farms.
He was also COO at the Joburg Market for seven years, after which he served on the Joburg Market Board for two terms.
He also served as Board Chairman at the Joburg Market.
He now works as an independent consultant on the development of fresh produce markets and agriculture projects.
He is playing an instrumental role in the design and construction of the new Mpumalanga International Fresh Produce Market,
introducing various industry leading features.
Chairperson: Finance and Risk Committee
Anjue Hirachund is a performance-driven professional with more than 26 years of extensive experience in enabling organisational &
business growth through strategic and operations management initiatives,
while enhancing productivity and maximising revenue flows.
She is an expert at providing inspired leadership company wide and creating high-level decisions about policy, strategy and performance.
Amongst her accolades, as the Head of the Automotive Regulatory Division, Anjue was the first woman representative for South Africa at
the United Nations’ World Forum for the Harmonisation of Motor Vehicle Regulations since 2008. Academically she is a Chemical Engineer
and holds a MBA degree amongst her other qualifications.
In her current role as a Business Consultant, Anjue is adept at reporting to and consulting for a board of directors and/or multinationals.
She has a proven-track record of success in developing and implementing company/business strategy and implementation of the relevant shareholders compact.
She has the ability to act as primary spokesperson for the company and is skilled in driving the company’s culture and overall company vision,
as well as creating an environment to promote great performance and positive morale.
In addition to her current work, Anjue is an Executive Coach for women in corporate operating on an international platform.
She is passionate about sharing knowledge and information with the intention to assist individuals and corporations to move beyond their challenges to achieve the success that they desire.
As an international speaker, she is currently the visionary behind the “Leave your Legacy Revolution” whose mission is to empower individuals to become empowered, to leave their legacy!
As a budding author, she is working on having her first book published in early 2022.
Khuliso Kennedy Maimela
Chairperson: Social and Ethics Committee
Seymour M. Lipset dubbed economic development a “social requisite to democracy,” considering factors such as national wealth,
a large degree of industrialization, and high levels of education to be necessary fertilizers to prepare a breeding ground for democracy. Khuliso
intends to contribute immensely to the realisation and achievement of the Tshwane Strategic Development objectives as part of the diverse team of
the TEDA Board.
Kennedy is an Alumni of the University of Cape Town, University of the Western Cape and, the University of Pittsburgh (USA)
where he holds the following qualifications: Bachelor of Social Science and Humanities, Honours in Public Administration and Human Resources and
, Master in Public and International Affairs (MPIA) Economics and Social Development specialization.
He holds Certificates in 1. Foundation for Executive Coaching, 2. Operations Management, from the University of Cape Town. He has also done a Six Sigma,
Green Belt Certificate programme with Villanova University, USA. The experience in Academia is traceable to the following institutions in the Republic of
South Africa and the United States of America: University of Venda; University of the Limpopo (Former North); Rennes1 University, France; Georgia Southern
University, Statesboro, USA; Wits Business School; Wits School of Government and; Wits Enterprise.
Khuliso served as an Individual Independent Contractor (IIC) for the National School of Government, former Palama for more than 10 years.
He is the former President of SAAPAM (South African Association of Public Administration and Management. He served as a Council Member and Chairperson
of Human Resources Committee of the University of Venda. He also served as a Member and Chairperson of Human Resources Committee of the CIDB
(Construction Industry Development Board.
He is the CEO of Vari Holdings (Pty)Ltd and is a Corporate Business Consultant in Leadership Development, Strategy Development & Facilitation, Programme and Project Management,
Organisational Design, Business Process Reengineering, Impact studies, Human Resource Management, Change Management, Conflict and Diversity Management.
He is a registered Skills Development Facilitator.
Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Tumi Mathole is a performance-driven individual and an MBA graduate who has more than 10 years of experience in promoting and maintaining
the highest standards of administrative processes in executive offices. Having worked for various state-owned entities and the government,
she gained valuable expertise in coordinating tasks and services that support an organization's key performance objectives.
She has been working for Tshwane Economic Development Agency since March 2013 and is responsible for performance planning,
implementation, reporting, monitoring, and evaluation
Mr Simon Makgatho is a dedicated and experienced public servant who
worked for various departments i.e. PALAMA as a Senior Human Resources Officer. He
also served as Senior Committee Officer for the National Department of Transport
(DoT) and Assistant Director: Secretariat Services. Whilst at the DoT, he was
seconded for four (4) years to serve as Secretariat of Cabinet Committee,
Infrastructure Development Cluster (IDC) before he joined Department of Cooperative
Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) as Deputy Director/ Manager: Office of
He holds a Master’s Degree in Programme Management (MComPM) from Cranefield
College of Project and Programme Management and various Advanced and Post Graduate
Diplomas in Management and Human Resources Management. He has extensive experience
in ensuring that the highest standards of administrative processes and corporate
governance are promoted and maintained, so that the business operates efficiently
and in accordance with all statutory and legal provisions i.e, Companies Act, MFMA,
Municipal Systems Act, King Reports on corporate governance and others. Mr Makgatho
was appointed by Tshwane Economic Development Agency (TEDA) as Board Secretariat
from 2015 to 2018. He was later appointed as a Company Secretary in December 2018.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Zane is a qualified Chartered Accountant, an MBA graduate and
possesses over 16 years of business experience. He has worked in various industries
spanning from logistics, telecommunications and passenger transportation in both the
public and private sectors. The experience gained also includes regional exposure
with different functional currencies.
His expertise include amongst others, strategic planning and execution, finance
leadership, budgeting and forecasting, public sector regulatory compliance,
financial reporting and treasury functions. He previously worked as a CFO in various
organisations overseeing budgets ranging from R 200 million to R800 million per
annum. Some of his key success areas as a CFO include, business and process
re-engineering, enhanced and improved compliance, financial performance indicators
improvement and implementation of quality improvement work streams.
Zane is a student of leadership and is an avid reader, his leadership philosophy can
be summarised by the quote from John Wooden, “Character is more important than
reputation, because character is what you really are, while reputation is merely
what others think you are.”