Netstar: Pamela Xaba

Pamela joined Netstar on 1 January 2019.

Netsar Head of Human Capital Pamela Xaba is a strong operation professional skilled in HR consulting, coaching and customer relationship management and has a demonstrated history of working in the automotive industry. Prior to Netstar, she worked at Ford Motor Company of Sub-Saharan Africa, which she joined in December 2012 as an HR shared services manager. In 2015, she was offered an opportunity to work as the Compensation and Benefits Manager for Ford Middle East and Africa based in Dubai. After returning from the Middle East assignment at the beginning of 2017, she was promoted to the HR Manager position supporting the Ford Manufacturing operation at the Silverton Assembly plant, then in September 2017 she moved into the HR Director position until December 2018. Prior to Ford, Pamela held various HR roles at Coca-Cola Shanduka Beverages, the Johannesburg Roads Agency, Stanlib and Investec.

Work

Jan 2019 - Present:  Head fo Human Capital, Netstar

Sep 2017 - Dec 2018: HR Director, Sub-Saharan Africa, Ford MEA

Jan 2017 - Aug 2017: HR Manager, Ford MEA

Jul 2015 - Dec 2016: Compensation and Benefits Manager, Ford MEA

Dec 2012 - Jul 2015: HR Services Manager, Ford Motor Company

Nov 2010 - Aug 2012: Remuneration and Benefits Specialist, Coca-Cola Shanduka

Education

2000 - 2002: National Diploma, Banking, University of Johannesburg

About Netstar

Netstar pioneered the vehicle tracking and stolen vehicle recovery industry in South Africa in 1994. The company provides industry-leading stolen vehicle recovery services, advanced vehicle and fleet tracking, great fleet management solutions for all-sized business and commercial fleets, commanding insurance telematics solutions. Netstar has 14 regional offices based in Midrand, Durban, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London, George, Pietermaritzburg, Rustenburg, Richards Bay, Newcastle, Witbank, Bloemfontein, Polokwane, Klerksdorp and Nelspruit. Netstar operations extend into Botswana, Ghana, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland and Zambia, and the organisation has customers throughout the rest of Africa, as well as global operations in Malaysia and Australia.