Board of directors
The Board’s primary role is to create value and protect the interests of the Group’s shareholders. The Board is accountable to shareholders for the Group performance and its activities. Communication with shareholders is achieved through the Annual Report, Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) and local media where necessary. In addition, all Group announcements and corporate information is available to investors on the Group’s website.
He is the Managing Director of GPJ Projects (Private) Limited, a project management consultancy firm. Previously, he was an Executive Director of Zimbabwe Sun Limited, now African Sun Limited, where he held several portfolios including those of Operations and Marketing Director. Graham holds a Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying from the University of Cape Town and he did an Advanced Management programme with Oxford University and Property Development programme with the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business.
In the recent past he has been Managing Director for Dawn Property Consultancy, a subsidiary of Dawn Properties Limited.
Brett has been based in Mauritius for the last 17 years and has managed or been a director of a number of private and public investment businesses, largely with a pan-African focus including Brainworks Limited, where he is Chief Executive Officer of this JSE listed company which is also the ultimate major shareholder of Dawn Properties Limited. Brett has been approved by various regulatory authorities including the Bank of Mauritius, Financial Services Commission (British Virgin Islands), Malta Financial Services Authority, Financial Services Board (South Africa), Solicitors Regulatory Authority (UK) and Financial Services Commission (Mauritius), to be a Director of companies they license.
Peter has vast external audit background in the banking, insurance, tourism and power generation sectors having worked as an Audit Manager for both KPMG Zimbabwe and KPMG Namibia for a combined period of 5 years.
Peter is currently the Chief Finance Officer for Brainworks Limited and also sits on the board of directors of African Sun Limited.
Lloyd is, and has been a Director and Member of several public and private corporations and Councils including, FBC Building Society, Council for Legal Education, Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council, Standards Association of Zimbabwe General Council, ZECO Limited, Estate Agents Council, Firstel Cellular (Private) Limited, Ecobank Zimbabwe Limited, MHMK Infratek (Private) Limited and a Trustee on a number of Charitable and Family Trusts established in Zimbabwe. He is a past President of the Law Society of Zimbabwe having been a Councillor for more than a decade. He has also been a Lecturer and was Departmental Chairman in the Procedural Law Department of the University of Zimbabwe for more than fifteen years. Lloyd has been appointed to several Constitutional Commissions and is currently a Commissioner on the Judicial Services Commission. Lloyd wrote and published a book entitled “The Law & Practice of Conveyancing in Zimbabwe” (Legal Resources Foundation, August, 2005). Apart from being a holder of a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Degree, he is also a holder of a Masters Degree in Business Administration with specialization in Finance.
Constantine led the opening of the World Bank’s offices in Malaysia and Mauritius where he assisted the government in developing policy responses to the 2008 global financial crisis and streamlining the country’s business regulation to reduce the cost of regulatory compliance. Prior to joining the World Bank, he worked for the Commonwealth Secretariat in London as Chief Economics Officer and as business development executive for a global mining company. Currently, Constantine serves on the boards of Strand Hanson Ltd, a London-based investment bank, Mauritius Commercial Bank Group Ltd and BAT Zimbabwe Ltd, among other corporate engagements.
Constantine holds a law degree from the University of Zimbabwe, is a Chartered Management Accountant (UK), an MSc in Economics from the University of Surrey (UK) and a graduate of INSEAD Business School (France).