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!Gawaxab sets eyes on other business commitments

!Gawaxab sets eyes on other business commitments

Barely two weeks after announcing that he would step down as chairman of the Board of Commissioners at Social Security, Johannes !Gawaxab will also relinquish his position at the helm of the Rössing Uranium board.

Rössing in a statement this week said !Gawaxab informed the board that he intends to resign from the board of the company to focus on other business commitments.

Meanwhile, !Gawaxab, who joined the Rössing board in November 2015 will remain chairman until such time that a successor has been appointed and a smooth handover has taken place.

“It has been a great privilege to chair Rössing over the past two years, during which time I have worked with some outstanding people across the business. Unfortunately the expansion in activities of the private equity fund that I co-founded makes it increasingly difficult for me to dedicate sufficient time and effort to perform my duties as chairman of the Rössing board,” !Gawaxab said.



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