Change of guard at Turnall Holdings

Author Name
Respect Gwenzi
Stock Market 11 months ago

ZSE listed building and piping products manufacturer Turnall Holdings has announced the appointment of a new Managing Director effective 1 December 2020 as part of a  series of board changes that have occurred in the group over the past 6 months.

According to a statement released through the ZSE on Friday the 11th of December:

“The Turnall Holdings Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Zvidzayi “Ziggy” Bikwa as the Managing Director with effect from 1 December 2020. Ziggy has 22 years of experience gained across African markets, predominantly in FMCG Manufacturing Industry, in various capacities from General Manager to Chief Executive officer.”

Mr. Bikwa has held several management posts including CE of Pioneer Foods SA in Nigeria, MD of Catercraft, and GM of INNSCOR Africa. He holds a B. Com Degree in Economics, MSc Tourism (UZ), and MBL (Unisa).

Mr. Bikwa replaces Roseline Chisveto whose management contract lapsed in August this year and takes over from Samson Mavende, the Group Finance Director who was the interim Acting MD since August.  

In September, the Turnall board appointed Mr. Bothwell Patrick Nyajeka as the new Board Chairman taking over from Mrs. Rita Likukuma who retired from the Board.

Nyajeka is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Accounting degree from the University of Zimbabwe, an MBA from UNISA, and is the past President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Turnall operates in a number of segments and produces a bouquet of products which include ceiling boards, roofing sheets, partitioning and fascia boards, flat sheets, and ceiling molds also piping products which include water and sewer reticulation pipes; and concrete products which include roof tiles.

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