The Black Management Forum (BMF) would like to take this opportunity to commend KPMG for appointing Ms Nhlamu Dlomu as its Global Head of Human Resources.

Nhlamu, who returned back to the firm in 2012, rose to the position of Chief Executive Officer at KPMG in 2017 and had the difficult task of rebuilding public trust and later handed over the reins to the current CEO, Ignatius Sehoole.

She is a highly experienced professional with over 19 years’ experience in management consulting, and management roles gained mainly in organizational development and human resources across various industry sectors. As a former HR Executive for one of the largest banks in South Africa, her experience spans culture transformation, change management and other people management practices.

"Ms Nhlamu is a capable leader and accomplished professional who espouses the values of the BMF. Her steady and unfaltering leadership serves as a great inspiration to black professionals”, said BMF President Andile Nomlala who also echoed the views expressed by KPMG Chairman Professor Wiseman Nkuhlu who said, “I have no doubt that Nhlamu’ s leadership experience as well as human resources and change management expertise will prove invaluable to drive the global collective strategy forward.”

"We are extremely proud of her progression and we wish her every success in the role”, Nomlala concluded.

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About the Black Management Forum

The Black Management Forum (the BMF) has been in existence for 42 years. It is a thought-leadership organisation with the main purpose of influencing socio-economic transformation in our country, in pursuit of socio-economic justice, fairness and equity. The BMF stands for the development and empowerment of managerial leadership and the creation of managerial structures and processes that reflect the demographics and values of the wider society.

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