AFMA welcomes new board members at AGM

Wouter de Wet (Chairperson)

The Animal Feed Manufacturers Association (AMFA) announced the directors elected to the AFMA Board at the 73rd Annual General Meeting on 4 September 2020.

New members to the Board are Francois van de Vyver, Franscois Crotz, Johan du Plessis, Neil Dominy, and Paul Saunders. Returned directors include Wouter de Wet, Mbusi Dlamini, Sharlene Moodley and Anina Hunter. Directors continuing for a further year are Thinus van Lill and Michael Schmitz.

Wouter de Wet and Thinus van Lill were re-elected respectively as chairperson and vice-chairperson of the Board of Directors.

Chairman Wouter de Wet thanked members who voted in the election and all the candidates for seeking to be involved in the organisation on behalf of the industry.

Board members are:

  • Wouter de Wet, Country Bird Holdings
  • Thinus van Lill, Quantum Foods
  • Anina Hunter, AFGRI Animal Feeds
  • Francois van de Vyver, Nutri Feeds
  • Franscois Crots, AFGRI Animal Feeds
  • Johan du Plessis, Quantum Foods
  • Mbusi Dlamini, RCL Foods 
  • Neil Dominy, Astral Operations
  • Paul Saunders, Sovereign Foods
  • Sharlene Moodley, De Heus
  • Michael Schmitz, Meadow Feeds    
  • De Wet Boshoff, AFMA Executive Director

About AFMA

The Animal Feed Manufacturers Association of South Africa (AFMA) is the official industry representative body of the South African feed industry. AFMA members produce 60% (±7 000 000 tons of feed) of all animal feed used in South Africa, with the majority of the balance being produced on-farm and at feedlots. 

It represents the South African feed industry on the International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) as one on its Board members and is currently one of the five Exco members of the IFIF Board.

The AFMA Chairman’s Report 2019/20 released today can be view following the link:

Source: AFMA

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