Carel has extensive experience in a variety of commercial and residential property investment, development and management. His career in property include gaining experience with Sanlam Properties, Metcash Trading, TAG Angola and Johannesburg Housing Company. Carel was appointed CEO in March 2016.
Terry joined Indluplace as Financial Director in March 2016. Prior to this he was group finance executive at Massmart Holdings Limited where he has responsible for various aspects of the group’s financial reporting. Terry also worked for Redefine Properties Limited and lived and worked in the United Kingdom for eight years where he gained experience in both the banking and healthcare sectors. He began his career with Grant Thornton, where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant.
Grant joined Indluplace as COO in July 2019. Prior to his appointment to Indluplace, Grant was the Managing Director of IHS Property Management, where he was responsible for the property management operations of multiple portfolios consisting of circa 10 000 residential units. Prior to this, Grant was the CEO of Citiq, a privately held real estate investment business focused on the affordable housing market, with assets under management in excess of two billion rand. Grant has more than 12 years of senior and executive management experience in property operations and asset management.
Taffy is chairman of Indluplace and is a non-executive director of Arrowhead Properties. He is currently the Director of the University of the Witwatersrand’s Re-Imagining Property Project, which seeks to enhance the asset management of Wits Property. He is also overseeing Wits’ participation in the urban regeneration of Braamfontein. Taffy was previously the CEO of the Housing Development Agency, whose mission is fast-tracking the acquisition and release of state, private and community owned land for human settlement developments. Prior to that, he was CEO of the Johannesburg Housing Company.
Selwyn is a non-executive director of Indluplace and Arrowhead Properties. Selwyn was an executive director of Reichmans Limited and after its acquisition by Investec, he assumed the position of Group Secretary of Investec, a position he held for thirteen years until his retirement in 2007. Thereafter he filled a company secretarial and compliance role with Investec Property until the end of 2011.
Clifford is a Chartered Accountant and has been in private practice for the past 15 years. Clifford was appointed as an independent non-executive director of Indluplace on 18 March 2015. He is the proprietor of Clifford Abrams & Associates, and has held various communal positions and is a board member of Bnei Akiva Foundation (Youth Movement).
Ayesha was appointed as an independent non-executive director of Indluplace on 18 March 2015. She was the Chief Financial Officer of the Johannesburg Housing Company until her retirement in 2015, and prior to that was an accountant at the Joint Education Trust.
Nindiphiwe was appointed as an independent non-executive director of Indluplace on 1 November 2019. She has more than 17 years’ experience in finance and auditing with expertise across a range of industries. She currently serves as the financial director of Lesedi and Letsatsi Power Projects. Prior to joining Lesedi and Letsatsi Power Projects in 2014, Mrs. Tetyana was a senior audit manager at Ernst & Young, Fund CFO at Brait and financial analyst at Absa Retail Banking. She began her auditing and finance career at SNG Grant Thornton.