South Africa’s Dlamini quits ATNS

The Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) Company of South Africa has appointed Thabani Mthiyane, as acting chief executive officer.

Mthiyane assumed his official duties on 1September 2012. His appointment follows the resignation of the incumbent CEO, Patrick Dlamini, who is now the CEO of the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA).

Mthiyane has been part of an ATNS Executive Committee’s collective that ensured that the company delivered an impressive financial performance in the past year and thereby achieving a solid, financially sustainable position.

Mthiyane – who heads engineering and technical services – has been pivotal in ensuring that ATNS maintains and solidifies partnership arrangements between both suppliers and institutions, and the engineering and technology component of the company allowing ATNS to move away from a supplier-client relationship to a partnership relationship.

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