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Cipla Medpro appoints joint CEOs
Cipla Medpro appoints joint CEOs

Cipla Medpro appoints joint CEOs


Fin24/ Reuters - Jun 20th, 15:18

Johannesburg - Cipla Medpro South Africa [JSE:CMP], the drug firm being taken over by India's Cipla Medpro, said on Thursday it had promoted its two deputy chief executives to serve as joint CEOs on a temporary basis. 

Skhumbuzo Ngozwana and Mark James van Lill Sardi will take over as joint acting chief executives from July 1, the company said, until a permanent chief executive is found.

They will replace acting CEO Johan du Preez.

Cipla Medpro shares were up 0.31% at R9.63 in early trade on Thursday.From  

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