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Muadinohamba linked with RA top Job

Sun, 2 December 2012 21:19
by Tirivangani Masawi

Outgoinging Motor Vehicle Accident Fund (MVA), Chief Executive Officer, Jerry Muadinohamba has been linked with a move to Roads Authority (RA) as a Chief Executive Officer, The Villager understands.
Muadinohamba who has had a 10-year stint at MVA with a big deal of success but not immune to controversy, said, although, “he has not been formally approached for the job, speculation is rife. Maybe it could have been a coincidence that they are looking for a replacement at the same time that I will be leaving my job.”
Muadinohamba will not be renewing his contract come January 2014, according to MVA Board Chairperson Zandile Erkana.
His departure and current job hunting escapades coincides with Roads Authority’s desperation to find a full time CEO.
RA acting CEO, Conrad Letumbo, last week revealed, the company is trying to find avenues to re-align its management by creating two executive posts, which are most likely to absorb the acting CEO into the position of the chief operations officer (COO), leaving room for the top post.
In essence, this might mean the CEO job for Muadinohamba and a COO for the current acting CEO.
“All employment contracts must be managed in a manner that does not require dispute because labour issues are costly and can affect the reputation of the company,” the 41-year old Muadinohamba said in one of his interviews on the issue of golden handshakes, adding that any board and CEO should indicate six months before the expiry of a contract whether they will extend it or not.