Tiger Brands: S'ne Magagula

S'ne Magagula, chief human resources officer at Tiger Brands, joined the company in 2018.

S’ne is a former senior vice president, group human capital for the Sasol Group, and previously held various human resources leadership positions in the company, both locally and globally. Prior to joining Sasol, she spent 10 years at Shell in various roles in South Africa and Netherlands. 

She is a well-rounded and highly experienced human resources and business leader with a proven track record. She holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree from Rhodes University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Cape Town 

Work
2018 - Present    Chief Human Resources Officer, Tiger Brands
2011 - 2018         Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Sasol
2010 - 2011         General Manager, Global Human Resources Operations, Sasol
2008 - 2010         General Manager, Human Resources, Sasol Mining
2006 - 2008         Human Resources Strategy Consultant, Shell International                                           Headquarters, The Hague, The Netherlands
2002 - 2006         Human Resource Manager, Shell South Africa
2003 - 2004         Strategic Assistant to Chief Executive Officer, Shell South Africa
2002 - 2003         Human Resources Business Consultant, Shell South Africa
1999 - 2002         Talent & Resourcing Manager, Shell & BP South African                                                 Refineries 
1997 - 1998         Human Resources Officer, Haggie Rand, Fibres Division 
1994 - 1997         Therapist/Social Worker, SANCA

Education
2003 - 2004         MBA, University of Cape Town
1997 - 1998         Certificate, Human Resources Management, University of South Africa
1990 - 1993         Bachelor of Social Science, Rhodes University

About Tiger Brands: Tiger Brands South Africa’s largest packaged goods company. In addition to the company's South African operations Tiger Brands also has direct and indirect interests in international food businesses in Chile, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Nigeria, Kenya and Cameroon.