PRASA CEO let go before contract expires in 8 months time

By Drum Digital
16 July 2015

“Prasa Group CEO‚ Mr Tshepo Lucky Montana‚ has been released from serving his notice period”

On Thursday, Sowetan Live reported that PRASA CEO has been let go.

Passenger Railway Agency of SA (Prasa) CEO Lucky Montana left the parastatal eight months ahead of the end of his contract.

The sudden departure was announced by Prasa in a statement on Thursday‚ 16 July‚ which read: , Sowetan Live said.

“On 15 July 2015 the Board of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa resolved that Mr Montana will not be required to work the remainder of his notice period‚ which commenced on 1 June 2015. Mr Montana’s last day of employment with the Prasa will accordingly be 15 July 2015‚” the statement read.

Montana had signalled in April that he would not seek to renew his contract when his contract expired on 31 March 2016 as nearly a decade of work at the agency was negatively affecting his health.

Nathi Khena‚ currently Chief Operations Officer of Prasa and Acting CEO of Autopax‚ would serve as Acting Group Chief Executive Officer, the report continued.

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