• Chairperson
    Peter joined the Landelahni board in 2004. He was editor of The Star newspaper throughout South Africa’s move to democracy, and spent the next decade as group editor-in-chief for Independent Newspapers’ 16 titles. He is a member of the World Economic Forum’s panel of Global Media Leaders and a director of Mining Dialogues 360 deg. He has moderated at 12 Davos WEF meetings. In 2013 he was a moderator at SA’s Energy Indaba in Cape Town and at the New York Forum on Africa in Libreville.
  • Deputy Chairperson
    A seasoned recruitment professional, Lele ran her own recruitment company before joining Landelahni in an executive role in 2007, with a focus on education and leadership development. Lele believes talent has become the new corporate currency and that a company’s wealth is measured by the quality of its employees and its ability to identify, empower, motivate and retain talented individuals.
  • Director
    A founder member of Landelahni in 1996, Sipho oversees the financial, risk and audit functions of the group. His other business interests include the airline industry and he is currently managing director of Tau Aerospace. Sipho focuses on ensuring that Amrop Landelahni has the client service offerings to remedy the pressing shortage of talent in Africa and globally.
  • Director
    As both director and shareholder of Landelahni since 2003, Ashley is responsible for driving the national expansion and growth of the business. Ashley is also a director of Izingwe Holdings and serves on the boards of Scaw Metals and Aberdare Cables. He believes that Landelahni is ideally positioned to collaborate with companies that recognise human potential as a fundamental driver of organisational success.
  • Director
    Delani is managing director of Landelahni Leadership Development. He has served as a board member, CEO and chairperson in a number of public and private organisations where he facilitated the implementation of turn-around and transformational leadership strategies. His areas of expertise include executive and group coaching, strategy facilitation, scenario planning, change management and leadership development. He has a special interest in the development of educators and school management teams.
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Sandra founded Landelahni in 1996, and the following year the firm was appointed the Amrop partner in South Africa. Sandra has been responsible for growing Landelahni into a group of black-owned companies offering a range of strategic solutions to executives and human resources professionals, while championing the development of women in business. She has more than 20 years' experience in recruitment and executive search, working with blue-chip companies in SA as well as multinationals across a range of sectors. Sandra led the global board practice for Amrop for five years, and is currently leader of the Amrop mining, oil and gas and infrastructure practice group.