Nonhlanhla Nyewula has joined the non-profit organisation Right to Care as group finance director. Right to Care has an annual budget of R1,5 billion and 2300 staff members. The organisation supports and delivers prevention, care, and treatment services for HIV and TB in South Africa and 17 countries across Africa, South East Asia, Eastern Europe and the Caribbean.
Professor Ian Sanne, CEO of Right to Care, says, “Nonhlanhla will lead the finance teams across all grants and subsidiary companies and brings a wealth of financial experience as an accomplished CFO with considerable business acumen and significant experience in diverse sectors, including start-ups and mature organisations. She will be a full member of the board of directors and an executive director of the group.
Nonhlanhla served her articles and qualified as a CA at Deloitte. She has held CFO positions at Kalagadi Manganese and Mhlathuze Water Board. She has also worked for IBM – Business Controls and Unilever South Africa – Research and Development.
Photograph of Right to Care’s new Group Finance Director Nonhlanhla Nyewula available here.
About Right to Care
Right to Care supports and delivers prevention, care, and treatment services for HIV and TB. Through technical assistance, it supports the private sector, the Department of Health and the Department of Correctional Services. In addition, through direct service delivery, Right to Care treats patients for HIV, TB and sexually transmitted infections. Right to Care also serves as the prime partner for the EQUIP consortium, the first Africa-led global consortium designed to deliver rapid scale-up of innovative HIV treatment and prevention solutions across 17 PEPFAR countries across Africa, South East Asia, Eastern Europe and the Caribbean.
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