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Johannesburg – Sun International CEO, Graeme Stephens, whose resignation was unexpectedly unannounced on Friday, will be taking up a new role in New Zealand.

According to a statement released by Sun International on Monday, Stephens will be leaving the resort hotel and casino chain at the end of April 2017. He will take up the role of CEO at SKYCITY Entertainment Group in New Zealand. He is to be succeeded by current chief financial officer Anthony Leeming.

“It’s been an extremely busy few years at the helm of a very dynamic company and I believe we have accomplished an enormous amount, sometimes against the odds,” stated Stephens.  He has been CEO of the group for five years. He will remain a shareholder.  

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