Oceana Group: Nomaxibso Norma Teyise

Nomaxabiso joined Oceana Group in 2015

Nomaxabiso Teyise, HR, Transformation & CSI at Oceana Group, is responsible for the strategic leadership of the aforementioned functions of the group across all global operations. She also oversees the Remuneration and Social & Ethics board subcommittees. She graduated with a postgraduate degree in Industrial and Organisational Psychology from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in 1999. She has worked both as an HR generalist and specialist in the banking sector since the year 2000. The companies she has worked for include Standard Bank, Deutsche Bank and Nedbank, where she was a Human Resources Executive from 2012 to 2015 before joining Oceana.



Jun 2015 – Present:              Group Executive, HR, Transformation & CSI, Oceana Group

Jun 2012 – May 2015:          Executive Head, HR, Nedbank

Feb 2009 – Jun 2012:            Head of HR Gauteng, Nedbank

Jan 2008 – Feb 2009:            HR Manager, Deutsche Bank

Jul 2007 – Dec 2007:            Transformation Manager, Nedbank

Jan 2006 – Jun 2007:            Organisation Design Consultant, Nedbank

Mar 2003 – Dec 2005:          HR Manager, Nedbank

Aug 2000 – Feb 2003:           HR Consultant, Standard Bank



2012 – 2012:                            Manager of Function Programme, Duke University – The

                                                   Fuqua School of Business

2011 – 2011:                            International Executive Development Programme,

                                                   University of the Witwatersand

1999 – 1999:                            BA (Hons), Industrial and Organisational Psychology,

                                                   University of Port Elizabeth

1996 – 1998:                           BA, Industrial and Organisational Psychology, University

                                                   of Port Elizabeth


About Oceana Group

Incorporated in 1918 and listed on the Johannesburg (JSE) and Namibian (NSX) stock exchanges, Oceana Group is the largest fishing company in Africa and an important participant in the Namibian, Angolan and US fishing industries. The company employs 5 690 people, of whom 4 473 are directly employed and 1 217 are indirectly employed.