Ahditya Kissoon Singh
  Adv. Ahditya Kumar Kissoon Singh SC

Ahditya Kumar Kissoon Singh completed the BA (Law) and LLB degrees at the then University of Durban Westville and commenced practice as an Advocate, in Durban, in 1981.  In 2000 the status of Senior Counsel was conferred upon him.  He is also an admitted Advocate of Lesotho since 1984.

He has been an active member of the Society of Advocates of KwaZulu-Natal, having served it in various capacities over the years, including Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer and Council Member.  He is also the KwaZulu-Natal Convenor for the National Bar Examination Board which conducts the entrance examinations for Advocates into the profession.  He has, in the past, served as a part time lecturer and an examiner for the Advocates profession and the Attorneys profession, as well as the University of KwaZulu-Natal and the then ML Sultan Technikon.  He is also a member of the Natal Blind and Deaf Society and has been a Council Member of the Association for the Physically Disabled.

He is a past Chairman of the Durban Club Place Advocates Association, a position he held from 2002 until September 2012.

He served as Chairman of the Society of Advocates of KwaZulu-Natal for a period of two years from September 2012 to August 2014.

Since 2000 he has been appointed as an Acting Judge on several occasions and has served in such capacity in the Durban, Pietermaritzburg and Port Elizabeth High Courts.

     
Wilfred Ngubane
  Wilfred Ngubane

Wilfred is a Chartered Accountant and the Chief Executive of Ngubane & Co. a firm of accountants auditors and consultants.

During his career, he has   performed internal and external audits, forensic investigations, due diligence and project management. He has extensive experience on Corporate Governance, negotiation skills and is familiar with various regulatory environment in various arms of the Govenrment. He has served in various audit committees and various boards of directors.

 

 

     
     
Omar Moosa
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  Adv. Omar Moosa SC

Omar Moosa commenced practice as an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa in 1992, specialising in Commercial law. During the past 20 years he has represented a number of leading companies in litigation. After completing an MBA degree at York University in Toronto (1980), he returned to South Africa and worked in the Property Management and Leisure Industries. He developed a special interest in the legal aspects of business, and decided to embark on a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB), which was completed in 1989. With an in-depth understanding of economic, financial and general business concepts, Adv. Moosa is able to provide clients with strategic legal advice that ensures long-term benefits.

Honorary appointments include: Secretary of the Society of Advocates for KwaZulu Natal (2000-2002); Member of the Council and Member of the Audit Committee of the University of Natal (2001-2003); Chairman of the Sugar Industry Appeals Tribunal of the South African Sugar Association (2007 – 2015); Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Orient School, and Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Orient School. He has been invited to serve as an Acting Judge in the High Court of South Africa from 2000.

In 2010 he was appointed as Convenor for Advocacy Training for new Advocates at the Durban Bar.

     
Tim Murray
  Tim Murray

Tim Murray born in 1951, is a Professional Engineer by profession also farming sugar cane in the New Hanover region of Kwa Zulu Natal. Tim has been farming since 1984 and runs a Consulting Engineering practice since that time as well. Murray specialises in mechanisation , materials handling, and failure analysis.

Since 1987 Murray has represented the SA Cane Growers in many capacities and has been Chairman or Vice Chairman for the past 10 years and has been a Councillor of the South African Sugar Association since June 1989. Tim Murray was president of the South African Sugar Technologists Association for 4 years and is currently Chairman of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists.

 

     
     
Walter Visser
  Walter Visser

Walter Visser completed his honours degree in Engineering (Industrial) at the University of Pretoria in 1983.  He subsequently held positions at Grootegeluk Coal Mine (ISCOR) and Theron du Toit Management Services and was a Director of Technodit (Pty) Ltd until 1991.

From January 1992 Walter took over the management of the family owned businesses in the Pongola region of KwaZulu-Natal which includes the sugarcane farming operations and that of a malt factory.  Since December 2006 he has been responsible for the project management and quality control aspects of Aquason Construction and has been involved in several major construction projects.

Walter is the Chairman of the Pongola Cane Growers’ Association, a position he has held since 2001.  In 2009 he was appointed as a Director of the South African Cane Growers’ Association and a member of its Executive Committee.

Walter enjoys golf, fishing, tennis and squash.  He is married to Christel and they have four children. 

     
Dave Littley
  Dave Littley

David Littley is a member of South African Cane Growers Board of Directors, Board of Governors for FEDAMA co-op, Chairman of Amatikulu Local Grower Council and Chairman of Zululand Planters Association. He is also MD of Zululand Agric Holdings. He completed his PhD equivalency in Engineering at University of Vermont (1993) after studying in Switzerland and South Africa, specialising in predictive control algorithms and control systems for use in power generating and petrochemical industries. He has international experience in feed and detail design engineering, construction management, commissioning and operations. He has also held positions such as Project Director, for large multinational companies supplying power generation and upstream oil and gas facilities.

He has owned a sugarcane farm in Zululand since 1996.

     
     
Bruce Dunlop
  Bruce Dunlop

Bruce (BCom (Hons), PMD (Harvard) joined Tongaat Hulett in 1980, becoming Financial Director of Tongaat Oil Products in 1983 and Managing Director of the Maize, Animal Feeds and Poultry Division of Tongaat Foods in 1988. He was appointed Managing Director of Hulett Refineries in 1993 and Managing Director of Tongaat Hulett Sugar in 1995. He was appointed to the Board of Tongaat Hulett Limited in 1997.

Bruce served for 4 years as Chairman of the South African Sugar Millers Association (1997/1998 to 2000/2001) and is a past Chairman of the South African Sugar Association (2001/2002 & 2002/2003). He is currently a director of the South African Sugar Millers Association and a Councillor of the South African Sugar Association.

Bruce retired from Tongaat Hulett in 2013 and currently serves as an Internal Consultant to the Company.

     
     
Jack Wixley
  Jack Wixley

Having attained a BSc honours degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Natal, and worked briefly in the dairy industry Jack Wixley joined the South African Cane Growers Association in 1974 as a Regional Economist. He remained in CANEGROWERS employ in various capacities until in 1994 when he was appointed Executive Director of the Association, a position he held until his retirement in 2007.

After a brief period of retirement during which he was active as a consultant, Jack joined Illovo Sugar as General Manager Industrial Affairs. He retired from this position at the end of August 2012. This relatively brief, but stimulating period spent with Illovo enabled Jack to develop a fuller understanding of the milling sector. The variety of positions he has occupied during his 38 year involvement with the Sugar Industry have given Jack the privilege of serving the Industry on many delegations and virtually all of its committees.

     
     
Paul Marcel de Robillard
  Paul Marcel de Robillard

Born in Mauritius on 24 May 1946. Paul qualified as a Sugar Technologist (National Diploma in Sugar Technology) in December 1969 and started his career at the old Felixton Mill in 1970.  He followed a long career in the South African Sugar Industry and progressed through the ranks to the position of General Manager at Illovo Noodsberg Mill from 1991 to 1997.  He then moved on with Illovo Sugar to work as Head of Country Operation in Mozambique, Maragra Sugar, from 1997 to 2001.  Thereafter Paul served in the position of New Project General Manager at the Illovo Head Office until 2005 before being appointed as Managing Director to the Zambia Sugar Operation until 2009.

On retirement from Illovo in 2009 Paul was seconded to the new company Gledhow Sugar Company for two years as General Manager.  In 2011 the Gledhow Sugar Board invited Paul to serve Gledhow in the position of Executive Vice-Chairman of the Board until present time.