BOARD OF NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS
Ayanda Khumalo has extensive experience in financial management, auditing and corporate finance, with an interest in models of economic development for the developing world. He is a chartered accountant and has held executive positions in various commercial and professional entities. He became a member of the Executive Committee and Council of the FMF in 2002.
Bronwyn Nielsen has been with CNBC Africa since its launch in 2007. Bronwyn has over 14 years in the South African broadcasting industry and numerous accolades to her name including the 2006 Telkom ICT Journalist of the Year. She is best known for her weekday evening program Business Tonight where her Bachelor of Commerce degree from the UCT has given her credibility in a highly competitive arena. Bronwyn has recently been appointed Executive Director of the ABN Group which houses both the CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa brands.
Don Ncube is an entrepreneur in the coal mining and energy sectors. He is the Executive Chairman of Badimo Gas (Pty) Ltd, Chief Operating Officer of Vula Mining Supplies (Pty) Ltd, and a Non-Executive Director of GoldFields Ltd.
Jeremy Sampson is Founder and Group Executive Chairman of Interbrand Sampson which has offices in over 20 countries. Interbrand Sampson was Finweek's branding and design agency of the year 2009 and 2010, and Jeremy is currently the Financial Mail's AdFocus Lifetime Achiever. He is a visiting Professor at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business.
Johanna Mcdowell is a marketing professional with more than 30 years' experience in advertising, public relations and marketing communications in South Africa and the UK. She has been a company director for more than 20 years and has sat on boards in both countries over those years including more than 10 years on the Institute of Directors board. For the past six years she has been Group Chief Executive of Mazole Holdings (Pty) Ltd, a group of marketing related companies, and is world President of the International Public Relations Association, a voluntary global organisation.
Nic Frangos is Chairman of investment companies Global Equities and Ashford International. He is a Director and Partner of Lephatsi Financial Services, Smartec, and US based Qorval, a corporate rejuvenation and renewal corporation.
Phumlani Michael Majozi is the Youth Coordinator of the Free Market Foundation Youth (FMF Youth). He’s a Policy Analyst at Independent Entrepreneurship Group (Ineng), and Policy Fellow at the South African Institute of Race Relations. He is also an active member of the South African Institute of International Affairs, and works closely with African Students for Liberty. He’s an Advocate at Young Voices– an organization based in Washington – that is promoting liberty and economic freedom all over the world.
WHO WE ARE
The Free Market Foundation is an independent public benefit organisation to promote and foster an open society, as well as the rule of law and other values
WHY YOU SHOULD SUPPORT US
The Free Market Foundation plays a crucial role in South Africa. It is a civil society voice that takes up causes that individuals and companies do not have the time or specialised skills to deal with effectively themselves
PRESIDENT, ACADEMIC ADVISORS, RULE OF LAW ADVISORY BOARD
The Presidents, Academic Advisors, Rule of Law Advisory Board
The FMF wishes to identify those unique individuals who inspire others in a particular sphere of life. These individuals are elected as FMF Luminaries to memorialise their achievements as an example to all