The Board

The Board

The board of BevSA is made up of members and industry representatives and members are as follows:

Mpumi Mazibuko

Chairman

Mpumi Mazibuko is currently a Legal Counsel-at Coca-Cola Southern & East Africa Business Unit.

Ismail Nanabhay

Deputy Chairman

Ismail Nanabhay is a Marketing Director, Beverages Tiger Brands

Asyia Sheik

Asyia Sheik is Head of Public Affairs, Communications & Sustainability for Southern Africa, Coca-Cola Africa (Pty) Ltd.

Nozicelo Ngcobo

Nozicelo Ngcobo is the Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability Director at Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa

Victor Poole

Victor Poole is the Strategic Support Director at Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages

Louis Opperman

Louis Opperman is former chairman BevSA and currently hold the position of Chief Commercial Officer at Twizza (PTY) LTD

Tinyiko Mazibuko

Tinyiko Mazibuko is the Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Manager at PepsiCo

Rory Brennan

General Manager at Suntory Beverage & Food Europe

Latiefa Behardien

Latiefa Behardien is a Technical Head at Woolworths Long Life foods

Nthabiseng Tolamo

Nthabiseng Tolamo is a Sr. Regulatory Specialist at Givaudan South Africa

Pierre Schoenegge

Pierre Schoenegge is the General Manager at Red Bull

Precious Boaventura

Precious Boaventura is a Director at Dowerimpex

Myolisi Ndumiso

Myolisi Ndumiso is a Managing Director at Isiphethu Beverages

Derick Opoku

Derick Opoku is the CEO of Dabi Dabi Global


BevSA Management

Mpho Thothela

Executive Director (Acting)

Khanya Shologu

Office Administrator
BEVSA

Latest news

  • Health Promotions Levy – a net negative impact on South African non-alcoholic beverage industry

    Posted in Media Release, statements on Feb 28, 2019

    In the ten months since the Health Promotions Levy (HPL) was introduced, it has put pressure on the local non-alcoholic industry in already difficult operating conditions, as well as raising prices for hard-pressed consumers. The net impact of the levy has been compounded by subdued economic growth in the country and higher input costs of raw materials and ingredients, in particular, sugar. Consequently, this is limited the opportunity for growth and job creation in the sector and has resulted in downward pressure on the full value chain.