SOUTH AFRICA - Jan Groenewald, CEO of the Mine Employees Pension Fund (MEPF), is to retire from the fund on November 30 this year.
The fund’s holding organisation, the Chamber of Mines, hopes to announce his replacement by the end of November.
Groenewald’s departure marks the end of a 26-year career with the MEPF. Prior to joining the fund, he worked in the legal field where he served as a magistrate in Wolmeranstad in the North Western province.
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