Suspended Ezemvelo CEO paid out R1.7m

2015-10-07 11:18
Dr Bandile Mkhize

Dr Bandile Mkhize

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Durban - Former Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife CEO Dr Bandile Mkhize, who was suspended last December over the failed attempt to roll out a new staff management and payment structure, was paid out one’s year salary as part of his settlement agreement with EKZNW.

At a press conference Ezemvelo chairman, Comfort Ngidi confirmed the annual CEO's salary was R1.73 million.

Ezemvelo is against the proposed Fuleni Coal Mine being so close to its border of the Hluhluwe/iMfolozi Game Reserve in northern KZN Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife announces it is considering buying its own helicopters in the next 12 months to facilitate its Rhino anti-poaching strategy.

They admit there has been difficulties in finding a service provider to fulfil a current rhino anti-poaching contract which The Witness revealed earlier this week has left the project grounded for the last two months.

*Salary updated.

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