Hloniphizwe Mtolo

Hloniphizwe Mtolo

Country Manager Shell

Hloniphizwe J Mtolo is the chairman of Shell Companies in South Africa. These include Shell South Africa Holdings, Shell SouthAfrica Energy and Shell Downstream South Africa. He is also a board member at SAPREF, South Africa's largest refiner of oil products.

Hloniphizwe is also the General Manager of Shell International's Retail business in South Africa.

This is a Retail Executive with over 25 years leadership experience with a diverse background that spans such industries as premium fashion retailing, branded fashion wholesaling, convenience retailing and petroleum products retailing.

Hloniphizwe has highly developed skills in Business Unit Leadership, Business Development, Retail Operations Management, Key Account Management, Business Planning, Business strategy Development and Management, Relationship Management and more.

Has been very succesful in the development of high performing teams. Developing and leading retail business unit strategies. Has worked with startup organizations as well as expanding businesses into new markets.

The roles include Executive Director roles with subsidiaries of listed companies as well as General Management with major global companies.

He trained and qualified in the Medical Laboratory Technology Field before branching into retail leadership.

Has developed his leadership skills through a number of programs including, amongst others,Management Advancement Program and Executive Leadership Program with The Mendoza College Of Business of the University Of Notre Dame. 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 15:00 To 16:00

11/06/2019 15:00 11/06/2019 16:00 SMEs and Vocational Skills Training
  • How does the energy sector prepare for skills of the future? How important will these skills be in the face of the energy transition?
  • How can we ensure a better connection between vocational skills and oil and gas? Which programmes are most effective for training energy workers?
  • Considering the narrow set of relevant jobs and insecurity around oil and gas projects, how can we create self-sustainable vocational training initiatives?
  • Should energy companies focus more on transferable skills which support the wider economy as opposed to its own sector?
  • How can industry take the lead on local content to build trust and dialogue between government, the local business community and contractors.
African Local Content Forum

African Local Content Forum

"SMEs and Vocational Skills Training"

Hloniphizwe Mtolo Lliam Hildebrand Peninah Aheebwa William Pollen
Time and date

Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 15:00 To 16:00

11/06/2019 15:00 11/06/2019 16:00 SMEs and Vocational Skills Training
  • How does the energy sector prepare for skills of the future? How important will these skills be in the face of the energy transition?
  • How can we ensure a better connection between vocational skills and oil and gas? Which programmes are most effective for training energy workers?
  • Considering the narrow set of relevant jobs and insecurity around oil and gas projects, how can we create self-sustainable vocational training initiatives?
  • Should energy companies focus more on transferable skills which support the wider economy as opposed to its own sector?
  • How can industry take the lead on local content to build trust and dialogue between government, the local business community and contractors.
African Local Content Forum
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African Local Content Forum

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