Club Travel Corp. welcomes former Travelex head honcho

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Kananelo Makhetha will assume the role of Club Travel Corporate Chief Executive on April 1, 2019 based at Club Travel Corporate’s Johannesburg office.

Makhetha is a seasoned travel and tourism leader with broad executive experience in private, governmental, and industry bodies.

“We are delighted to welcome Kananelo as CEO of Club Travel Corporate,” said Wally Gaynor, Managing Director of the Club Travel Group. “Club Travel Corporate has experienced phenomenal growth in a relatively short amount of time and Kananelo will help steer the division towards our target of 15% share in the South African corporate travel market, in the next five years. Kananelo is known for his driven, fair and honest leadership style; as such he is ideally fitted to the Club Travel DNA.”

Kananelo is an accomplished leader who brings more than twenty years of executive management experience in travel and tourism, most recently as Chief Executive Officer of Travelex Africa where he oversaw the leadership and management of operations in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa since 2014. Prior to joining Travelex, he was Managing Director of BCDTravel from 1996 to 2014 where he was responsible for the strategic direction of the company.

In addition to his roles in the private sector, Kananelo was a member of the South African government’s ministerial task group for tourism sector transformation (2002), a past president of ASATA (1998 – 2001), and a past board member of South African Tourism.

“Club Travel Corporate is a world-class company on an important mission to bring high quality and affordable travel management services to South African businesses. I’m excited to be joining one of the most decorated and innovative brands in African corporate travel management,” said Kananelo Makhetha.

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