Calls for African Bank to answer for shock resignation of its CEO

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 African Bank announced the shock resignation of its CEO, Basani Maluleke on Monday.
Photo: Gallo Images/Business Day/Freddy Mavunda
African Bank announced the shock resignation of its CEO, Basani Maluleke on Monday. Photo: Gallo Images/Business Day/Freddy Mavunda

The Black Management Forum (BMF) says the African Bank board must provide answers about the shock resignation of Basani Maluleke because the explanation that she is leaving to pursue other opportunities is unconvincing.

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