Charlotte Mokoena


Job Title: Executive VP HR

Company: Sasol


Sasol’s Executive Vice President for Human Resources and Corporate Affairs Charlotte Mokoena, has worked in both the private and NGO sectors covering the beverage, information and communication technology, education and agricultural industries. She was previously the HR Executive for Tongaat Hulett and, before that she was a management executive at Telkom South Africa, where she worked for over 10 years. Charlotte had also previously held the position of chairman of Sasol Inzalo Public, a broad-based black economic empowerment holding company that was created to transfer shares of Sasol to previously disadvantaged South Africans. She has a BA Honoours in HR Development from the University of Johannesburg.

2017      Executive VP for Human Resources and Corporate Affairs, Sasol
2013      HR Executive, Tongaat Hulett
2009      Chief Executive of Telkom Management Services
2005      Chief of HR, Telkom SA
2002      Group Executive at the Centre for Learning, Telkom SA
1998      Learning and Development Manager, Coca-Cola Group
1997       Senior Consultant, Manchu Consulting
1995      Training Coordinator, DEVED Trust
1992      Counsellor, Soweto Career Centre
1991      Guidance Counsellor, Letsatsing High School
1984      Nurse, Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital

2005      Senior Executives Programme, Strategic Business Leadership, IIMD
2001      Executive Programme in HR, Strategic Human Resource Leadership, Michigan University
1995      BA Hons, Human Resource Development, University of Johannesburg
1990      BSocSci, Psychology, Sociology, North West University

About Sasol: Sasol is an international integrated energy and chemicals company that leverages the talent and expertise of our more than 30 300 people working in 33 countries. The company develops and commercialises technologies, and builds and operates world-scale facilities to produce a range of high-value product streams, including liquid fuels, chemicals and low-carbon electricity. 


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