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Deep-South appoints Ally Angula as director

Deep-South appoints Ally Angula as director

Mineral exploration and development company, Deep-South Resources last week announced the appointment of Ally Angula as an independent director, replacing Sadike Nepela, who passed away in June 2021.

Angula is a Chartered Accountant with extensive background in accounting and business management in Namibia. She is the principal founder of The CFO Namibia, a Chartered Accountancy and Financial Advisory firm.

She is also the co-founder and Managing Director of Leap Holdings and was previously Deputy Executive Director of the Ministry of Finance. She was also engaged by the ministry to reform Financial Reporting.

Prior to this she was a partner at KPMG for seven years as External Audit partner with clients spanning a wide spectrum of industries.

She currently serves on the Boards of Oryx Properties Limited (Vice Chairperson), Pupkewitz Holdings and Nabo Holdings. She also chairs the Audit and Risk Committees of the following Boards: Bank of Namibia, Rössing Uranium Limited and Oryx Properties.

“We are very proud to have Mrs Angula joining our Board of Directors. Her appointment is a very strong move for the development of the company. Ally brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as well as a serious guidance during the current situation of the Company. Her vast experience and qualifications add considerable strength to Deep-South,” said Chairman John Akwenye.

Angula holds a B Acc degree from the University of Namibia and a B Comm from the University of Natal in South Africa.


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