Thenjiwe Ntuli-Dlamini


Job Title: Chief Strategy & Information Officer (Acting)

Company: SEDA


Thenjiwe Dlamini is a seasoned senior strategy manager with a track record of success in the financial services industry. She is knowledgeable about internal auditing, taxes, coaching, managerial finance, and strategic planning. Thenjiwe is a strong professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.

2020 - Present Chief Strategy & Information Officer (Acting), Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA)
2015 - 2022 Chief Strategy & Information officer (Acting) Chief Strategy & Information officer (Acting), SEDA
2010 - 2012 Manager: Planning, Perfomance Monitoring & Reporting, SEDA
2009 - 2010 Performance Consultant, SARS
2005 - 2009 Regional Training manager, SARS
2004 - 2005 Education and training Practioner, SARS
1996 - 2001 Marketing and sales consultant, The Foschini Group (TFG)

2007 - 2010 Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Business Administration and Management, General, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University 
2001 - 2004 National Diploma in Cost & Management Accounting, Accounting and Finance, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University 
1996 - 1997 Diploma in Marketing and Business Administration, Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Birnam Business College

About The Small Enterprise Development Agency(SEDA): SEDA is in charge of implementing the national government's small business plan, as well as creating and deploying a shared, standardized, and uniform national delivery network. It is a South African Department of Small Business Development agency, and The National Small Business Amendment Act, Act 29 of 2004, established the Agency in 2004. Its vision is to make a difference in the lives of SMMEs every day, and its mission is to promote entrepreneurship and the development of small businesses by providing tailored non-financial business support services that result in business growth and sustainability in collaboration with other ecosystem players.

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