Program Lead: Supply Chain Transformation
August 5, 1974

About Candidate


I am an Industrial Engineer (+MBA) with more than 20 years of experience in the field of logistics and supply chain management. I have end-to-end supply chain experience spanning inbound and outbound logistics, procurement, inventory, and materials handling experience within both the public (Transnet) and private sectors.

I look forward to discussing how I can add value to your organisation

Kind regards




Masters in Business Administration 2019
Gordon Institute of Business Science

Leadership, Strategy, Strategic implementation, Finance, Innovation and Technology

Master Programme in Supply Chain Management 2010
University of Pretoria

Strategic supply chain management, Strategic sourcing, Procurement, Contract and contractor management, Logistics, Inventory management

B.Eng Industrial (Hons) 2000
University of Pretoria

Business architecture, Business engineering, Business logistics, Engineering logistics, Integrated logistics, Operations research, Numerical methods, Project management

B.Eng Mechanical 1998
University of Pretoria

Mathematics, Thermodynamics, Structural mechanics, Fluid mechanics

Work & Experience

Program Lead: Supply Chain Transformation 09/05/2018
Anglo American

Key function: Lead and manage the Buy Better Spend Better Program within Kumba Iron Ore. Management of multiple (>30) cost savings initiatives in parallel to identify, enable and deliver savings. Application of price, consumption, efficiency, effectiveness, and innovation levers to eliminate wastage. Strategic sourcing, category management, procurement, contractor performance management (CPM), logistics and inventory operations across mining value chain. Key project: Tswelelopele (Moving forward) “Buy Better, Spend Better” transformation and continuous improvement program consisting of demand and supply side interventions to reduce costs and improve efficiencies, categories include fuel, tyres, MRO spares, dust suppression, outsourced services amongst others. Size of Company: ±14000 Staff Reporting: Fourteen – 8 Category specialists, 1 PMO support, 5 Business analysts Achievements:  Supply chain program management, Overarching program management (program charter, program plans and governance) for supply chain transformation projects, develop YoY savings pipelines through application of levers, enable savings in collaboration with end-users;  Stakeholder engagement, Change management (Six-sigma logic), extensive stakeholder engagement to elicit strategic business objectives, executive priorities and user requirements, secure executive-stakeholder buy-in for implementation of continuous improvement initiatives;  Cost improvement and data analytics, Spend vs cost analysis, quality, time, and technology drivers, collect driver data, conduct analytics on driver data, isolate and qualify levers including headcount reductions, collaborative supplier innovation, contractor performance management and inclusive procurement to deliver EBITDA savings, ZAR13,4m (2018), ZAR 65m (2019), ZAR153m (2020), ZAR212m (2021);  Supply and demand chain transformation, Analyse supply side and demand side, conduct spend and demand analyses, prioritise key categories for intervention, map high level value chain, cost breakdown structures (value delivery trees), identify savings opportunities, develop bottom-up business case for each savings opportunity, recommend people, process, technology improvements, advocate and secure buy-in from steering committee and other key stakeholders, package savings business case for C-Suite approval;  Implementation and change management, Workshop savings opportunities with affected functions and staff including finance, supply chain, production and logistics, formal handover, and sign-off;  Reporting, Track implementation of program recommendations and delivery of savings, provide ongoing reporting feedback to C-suite executives, exco, cost focus steering committee, and SmartCore steering committee on progress made with respect to contractor optimisation.