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Shameel Joosub, Vodacom CEO
Shameel Joosub, Vodacom CEO

 

 

 

 

 

The disclosure makes Joosub among the highest-paid executives in Africa’s telecommunications sector.

According to the report, Joosub received a guaranteed salary of R7.8 million versus R7.2 million in 2015.  His R21.7 million total remuneration included a R13.9 million bonus, according to the operators’ integrated annual report.

While former chief financial officer (CFO) Ivan Dittrich was paid R7.7 million, which included a guaranteed salary of R1.6 million and R6.2 million benefits related to termination of contract. He step down from the Vodacom board on 31 July 2015 to pursue personal interest.

JSE-listed tech firm Datatec announced last month that Dittrich will re-assumed his

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responsibilities as CFO of the global tech firm. Dittrich left the Johannesburg-based firm in 2012 to join mobile phone group Vodacom as CFO and returns for his second stint at Datatec.

Romeo Kumalo was paid R4.3 million, which included a R3.6 million benefits related to resgnation benefits.

Last month Kumalo,  the former  chief operating officer: Vodacom’s International Business, and left the mobile phone operator to pursue personal business interests.

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