AIM-LISTED investment company Cambria Africa has appointed Tania Sanders as chief financial officer with immediate effect.
Sanders previously held various roles within finance and IT with Anheuser-Busch Europe, culminating in her role as European IS manager.
Previously, Sanders was a senior audit manager with Deloitte (South Africa) in Cape Town.
Edzo Wisman, CEO of Cambria said: “We are impressed by her knowledge of IT systems, especially with regards to real time management reporting, in combination with her rigorous accounting experience gained with highly-respected organisations in both Europe and Southern Africa.”
Cambria Africa specialises in investments in Zimbabwe.
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