Metrofile, Africa’s market leader in records and information management, announced on Thursday it has appointed Kelebogile Dludla As Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Her appointment is effective from 15 November 2018. She will replace Mark Clark McGowan.
Dludla joins Metrofile from of innovative engineering solutions firm iX Engineers, where she was a CFO.
iX Engineers was established and registered in July 2016 following the acquisition of the Public Infrastructure Business Unit of WorleyParsons RSA and the consulting infrastructure business of Black Jills Engineers (BJE). iX engineers (Pty) Ltd is a majority black-owned consulting engineering company focusing on the private and public infrastructure sector and operates as a private company.
Dludla has also held senior positions at De Beers Group Services, De Beers Consolidated Mines, Anglo American and Anglo Platinum. Prior to that, she held a corporate finance role at Deloitte & Touche.
The Metrofile Holdings board said in a statement that it welcomes Dludla to her new role.
Metrofile is Africa’s market leader in records and information management, offering a range of physical storage and digital services, as well as the confidential destruction of records.
The firm has subsidiaries servicing clients of all sizes and sectors across South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Zambia, Botswana, Mozambique Egypt and the Middle East.
The records and information management companies operate from 67 facilities, at 36 locations, covering 122 160 square metres of warehousing and office space globally.
Metrofile’s traditional services and products enable businesses of all sizes to manage their greatest risk, the loss of information.
The shares of Metrofile, which is valued at R1.2 billion on the JSE, have risen 3.7% in the past 7 days and 9.8% in the past 30 days.