Andre De Ruyter Wiki
Andre De Ruyter is the new CEO of Eskom. De Ruyter, who spent more than 20 years with the Sasol energy and chemicals group in several senior management positions, is currently CEO of the Nampak packaging group listed on the JSE.
Andre De Ruyter Age
He is 50 years old.
Andre De Ruyter Education
De Ruyter received a graduate degree and a university degree from the University of Pretoria, a graduate degree from the University of South Africa and an MBA from Nyenrode Business Universiteit.
Andre De Ruyter Wife & Relationship
Andre De Ruyter family and Relationships. All information about his private life is concealed. We will update you soon.
Andre De Ruyter Net Worth
Andre De Ruyter ‘s estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Andre De Ruyter in 2019? net worth Under Review. You may check previous years’ net worth, salary & much more from below.
|Estimated Net Worth in 2019||Under Review|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth||Under Review|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Instagram Star.|
Noted, Andre De Ruyter ‘s primary income source is Instagram Star, Currently, We don’t have enough information about Cars, Monthly/Yearly Salary, etc. We will update you soon.
More About Andre De Ruyter
Public Business Minister Pravin Gordhan announced in a statement on November 18, 2019, that Andre de Ruyter had been appointed as the new CEO of Eskom as of January 15, 2020. The statement says:
In accordance with the departure of former Mr. GCE Phakamani Hadebe at the end of July 2019, the Board set out to begin the recruitment process to find a replacement. In line with Eskom’s policies, the recruitment process took two forms, a search process for candidates and placement of public announcements for external and internal participation. The following process was followed:
1. The search agency received a list of 142 potential candidates, including eight Eskom employees.
2. first shortlist of 17 individuals was formulated and interviewed by the agency.
From that 17, eight potential candidates withdrew as they did not wish to make themselves available.
3. The Board interviewed 6 candidates
4. Four candidates were requested to undergo competency tests
5. The final interview process was undertaken, after which the panel ranked three candidates from six.
6. After further interviews, a list of three candidates, with the indication of a preferred candidate was submitted to the shareholder in terms of the Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) between Eskom and the government.
6. The president appointed a team of cabinet ministers to consider the Boards recommendations
7. The Ministers concurred with the Board’s recommendation.
Consequently, I am pleased to announce Mr. Andre de Ruyter as the new EC Group. He will start working at Eskom on January 15, 2020. He is currently CEO of Nampak, the largest packaging company in the continent. With several qualifications, including an LLB and an MBA, Mr. De Ruyter, born in Pretoria, is an accomplished CEO with deep and extensive experience in the creation and management of high-performance businesses.
He spent more than 20 years with the Sasol petrochemical group in several senior management positions that gave him a significant global exposure in the energy and chemical industries. His portfolio included work supervision in the USA. USA, Nigeria, Angola, Mozambique, Germany, and China. I would like to thank Mr. de Ruyter for not only accepting this position at a difficult time for Eskom but, given Eskom’s current financial situation, he also agrees with a lower compensation package than the one currently playing the position.
He will work with the board, administration and government of Eskom to lead the reorganization of Eskom, which includes the separation of Eskom into three entities: generation, transmission and distribution, as well as the creation of Eskom Holdings As things stand, I make sure that there is a committed and capable leadership in Eskom in the Chief Financial Officer (Calib Cassim), the Director of Operations (Jan Oberholzer), the Executives of the Group for Generation, Transmission and Distribution (Bheki Nxumalo, Segomocco Scheppers and Monde Bala), the Executive of the Group for Human Capital (Ms. Elsie Pule), among others, who have worked tirelessly under the leadership of Mr. Mabuza in recent months. I am sure he will lead a committed and capable management team that will work with him and the Board to take Eskom forward. I would like to thank the entire leadership team, including the board and the administration, for staying strong in these difficult and challenging times. I am grateful to the Nampak Board for agreeing to release Mr. Ruyter. For us, this is again a sample of a partnership approach between all stakeholders to make any contribution to a successful and sustainable change of Eskom. Solving our current problems as a nation requires a partnership approach and I am more than encouraged that we all work as partners with everyone doing their part to help.
The government is working to recover the engineering skills and experience of competent and ethical professionals, who have been lost in Eskom over the years due to state capture and other incidents of embezzlement. We remain committed to strengthening the Board with the necessary skill set; This is being prioritized and more announcements will be made in due course.
Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of United States, United Kingdom and Australia. Hinton’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets.