Titans Cricket is pleased to announce various appointments and promotions of employees within its administrative and coaching staff.
The movements come after the conclusion of an HR committee meeting held on Thursday, 30 March 2023.
Kezia Wilson, Omolemo Molefe and Keagan Moore served their internships during the 2022/2023 season and their dedication and great work ethic earned them permanent appointments as Ticketing and Cricket Services Administrator (Ms Wilson), Marketing and Communications Officer (Ms Molefe) and Team Analyst (Mr Moore).
The Titans Cricket Internship program continues to attract top candidates while training and equipping them with the different skills and knowledge required in the various roles within cricket and other sporting codes.
Ms Karabo Skhosana who previously was Ticketing and Reception will now occupy the position of Commercial Officer in the Commercial department while Mr Richard das Neves will move from High Performance Coach and Batting Consultant to Assistant Coach of the Professional mens team. Mojalefa Sebetlela will fill the vacancy of the mens first team Physiotherapist.
Promotions were handed to Mrs Janie Marais who moves from Compliance Officer to HR and Compliance Manager; Mr Sanele Makhaye progresses from Marketing and Communications Officer to Marketing and Communications Manager and Ms Karen Smithies who is now Fidelity Titans and Momentum Multiply Titans Team Manager, previously Momentum Multiply Titans Administrator.
Messages of congratulations came from Board President Mr Tebogo Siko, following the appointments, “May I take this opportunity to congratulate you and wish you well in your new positions. Thank you for your contribution thus far to the Titans and I trust that you will all continue to contribute positively to this union.”
Titans Cricket CEO Dr Jacques Faul had the following to say; “Congratulations on your promotions and appointments! I am proud of you and I know that you will add tremendous value to this organisation. You’ve all earned your new positions and I’d like to wish you all well.”