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Africa’s markets a big opportunity says new VP of sales

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ISUZU Motors South Africa has appointed Penelope Mkhwanazi as Senior Vice President for Revenue Generation Rest of Africa and International Markets.

Penny is responsible for all revenue generation in the rest of Africa markets, including sales and aftersales.

Penny joins Isuzu from Isanti where she held the position of CEO.

“I join Isuzu at a very exciting and transformative time where our call to action is that of breakthrough and growth. The rest of Africa markets are our greatest opportunity to fulfil this call to action. I am humbled to be part of this journey and confident that the Isuzu team will relentlessly, and with passion, answer this call to action,” she says.

Penny’s experience spans over 20 years in various industries, including manufacturing, mining, construction, fast-moving consumer goods, and entrepreneurship.

President and CEO Billy Tom said: “Penny’s vision for the business and extensive experience across various sectors make her ideally suited to lead and build the long-term growth and sustainability in African markets.”

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