Danie Meintjes, the CEO of private healthcare group, Mediclinic International, earned just above £1 million during the 2016/17 financial year, a package that does not reflect the normally large long term incentives enjoyed by corporate executives.
Massmart CEO Guy Hayward earned R15.4 million for the 2016 financial year. The package was made of a guaranteed pay of R6.1 million plus R6.1 short term incentives and R757 000 in other benefits.
Thabo Dloti had earned an executive package of R19.3 million from Liberty Holdings during the 2016 financial year plus short term incentive (STI) emoluments of R6 million
Capitec CEO, Gerrie Fourie emerged with an executive pay package of R20.1 million during the 2016/17 financial year after deriving significant gains from the long term incentive chapter of the pay.
Ujuh Research The Spar Group paid its CEO, Graham O’Connor, R9.1 million in 2016 which represented a 13% increase when […]
Vodacom CEO, Shameel Aziz Joosub, earned R21.4 million during the 2016/17 financial year compared to R21.7 million in 2015, excluding settlement of long-term incentives and accruals. thin South Africa’s corporate world.
The executives of private education group, Curro Holdings, are coining it with the former CEO, Chris vab der Merwe, earning a hopping R19.1 million in 2016 up from R14.6 million in 2015.
Kumba Iron Ore, a subsidiary of Anglo American, has been through serious storms over the past few years which have compromised its profitability but its executives have done pretty well for themselves.
Eskom’s 2016/17 annual report is awaited with bated breath as it might come to clarify and settle the Brian Molefe matter. This is after Molefe who served Eskom for 18 months had secured R30 million payout. This caused a national outcry and was annulled by the minister of public enterprises, Lynne Brown.
The joint CEOs of Standard Bank, Sim Tshabalala and Ben Kruger, earned a hopping R44.5 million each in 2016 which puts them amongst the top earners within South Africa’s corporate landscape.