Abdul Baba currently heads up Information technology within the Television and Media industry i.e. Kwese Media and also a non-executive director for a League of companies in Johannesburg.  He is currently a member of the Executive global network (EGN), Institute of Director of Southern Africa (IODSA), IT professional’s association as well as the CIO Council of South Africa.


Abdul has started his career in the banking industry, worked extensively within SAP Business Consulting, Insurance, Logistics transportation, Media and Advertising industries respectively.  In his capacity as an IT executive for the Santam group Abdul has work extensively in emerging markets which includes Africa, Middle east and Asia. Abdul also has extensive experience in Enterprise IT Architecture where he held various technical technology roles in one of the largest bank in Africa. Abdul served as the CIO of Skynet as well as the Group IT Director of the TBWA Media group prior to his current role.



Abdul holds a B.Comm Honours degree in Informatics as well as a Master’s degree in Business Leadership (MBL). 

Abdul Baba Kader

7EA Non-Executive Board Member

Adré Schreuder

7EA Non-Executive Board Member

Adré Schreuder completed his B Com, B Com Hons & M Com all Cum Laude at University of Pretoria.  He started his career as Marketing Assistant at the Marketing Division of the former Department of Post and Telecommunication and later accepted a position as Lecturer at the University of Pretoria & soon after promoted to Senior Lecturer.


Adré completed his Doctoral studies at University of Johannesburg and assumed a promotion to Associate Professor at UJ.  His academic career soon earned him full professor & head of Department of Marketing when he returned to UP. The second part of his career commenced with the founding of a marketing research consultancy – called Consulta that has grown into a large Customer Insights Consultancy.  During 2012 a career dream was realised when founded (& chairs) the South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) under a license agreement between ACSI and Consulta


Adré is consider the subject matter specialist in the field of customer experience measurement and management.  He actively consults to large, medium and small businesses and serves as non-executive director in numerous other companies. He serves on numerous industry bodies & holds an appointment as Extra-ordinary Professor at University of Pretoria.

Ndiphiwe Ntuli is the General Manager at the Board of Airline Representatives of South Africa (BARSA), which he joined in August 2017, bringing years of experience in the aviation sector to the role. He spent seven years at Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) as group head of Stakeholder Relations, a position that incorporated stakeholder relationship management, socio­-economic development and enterprise development.


Ndiphiwe also spent several years as the country manager for South African Tourism in Japan where he was in charge of destination marketing, and before that, as Director for Inter-Governmental Coordination & International Tourism Liaison at then Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT). In this latter role, Ndiphiwe was responsible for coordinating the tourism industry response to the Department of Transport’s aviation policy framework, which included establishing a fair air services bilateral negotiations framework.


Ndiphiwe Ntuli holds a BAEd (Vista University), PPDM (Wits University) and certificate courses in Brand Development and Marketing Management; Finance for Non-Finance Managers; Project Management and Risk Management. 

Ndiphiwe Ntuli

7EA Non-Executive Board Member

Bradley Shaw

7EA Non-Executive Board Member

Cape Town native Bradley Shaw is the Regional Manager for the  Middle East and Africa at NuRAN Wireless. Bradley has fast established himself as one of the leading business development professionals in the African telecoms, media and technology (TMT) sector – specializing in SMEs and startups with unique offerings. Bradley’s experience spans the African continent, with a proven track record of increasing revenues for every brand and product he has represented. Holds a number of non-exec board roles and Mentors startups across 3 different startup accelerators. He holds an MBA from the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business, where is also lectures Doing Business in Africa.


Bradley’s mantra is simple: Africa needs trade, not aid.

Bradley lives in Cape Town with his wife and three children but travels extensively across the African continent.