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New leadership appointments at MTN Guinea, Orange Business Services

MTN Guinea has appointed Themba Khumalo as CEO, replacing Phumzile Joshua Phike; and Orange Business Services has appointed Giorgio Heiman as Vice President, Africa.
Themba Khumalo
Khumalo joined MTN South Africa in 1994 following a long career in fixed line telecommunications, and has operated in a number of senior positions in MTN, including being Chief Executive Officer in Swaziland, Rwanda and Uganda.

He has also served on a number of boards in Swaziland and MTN operations, including MTN Uganda.

At Orange Business Services, the Orange branch dedicated to B2B services, Heiman will share his time between Geneva and Johannesburg and takes over the leadership of the business in Africa from Jean-Luc Lasnier, who is retiring.

Giorgio Heiman
Heiman brings consulting expertise and experiences in harnessing technology to deliver innovative business solutions, as well as leadership and management of multicultural and geographically dispersed teams. He joined the Orange Group in 2004 after holding senior management and consulting roles within the Telecommunications and Air Transport industries, including SITA, AT&T, and Digital Equipment Corporation.

Previously he held a management position at CERN, the European research organisation whose purpose is to operate the world's largest particle physics laboratory.
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