Tumi Dlamini leaves MBSA for Harvard studies

03 March 2015

Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) has announced that Tumi Dlamini’s three-year contractual term as its executive director ended on 28 February 2015.

Dlamini will shortly be departing for the USA where she has enrolled at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government to study for a Master in Public Administration degree.

In a notice to stakeholders, MBSA President, Neil Cloete said Dlamini had, since taking over the reins on 1 March 2012, played a significant role in raising the profile of MBSA and Women in Construction, opening dialogue with Government and other public institutions, implementing transformation initiatives, and generally delivering on the strategy of MBSA to ensure that it remained the “Leading Body in the Building Industry”.

Cloete advised MBSA stakeholders that MBSA Operations Director, Pierre Fourie would, until the appointment of a new Executive Director, manage the affairs of the organisation.

“Mr Fourie has 25 years’ experience with MBSA and is well placed to manage the affairs of the organisation during the transition period,” he added.

More information from Pierre Fourie on Tel:+27(0)11 205 9000 /

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