Nomasonto signed a three-year contract with the agency and her extensive experience and knowledge in the marketing field, is expected to benefit the LTA.
According to LTA Board Chairperson, Andrew Dipela, the agency is satisfied with the appointment.
“We express our excitement to have Ndlovu as our new CEO, given the singular mandate we have of marketing our province. We are confident her appointment will ensure we maintain our top spot as the most visited province on the domestic tourism front. We will support Ndlovu and her team to achieve the agency’s goals.
“We are giving you a healthy strong organisation, it is up to you to decide what you want to do with it. We are comfortable with the achievements so far, but there are still better opportunities that could be tapped into that could take us to greater heights,” he added.
Ndlovu expressed her gratitude to the board for recognising her suitability for the position.
“I am excited to be part of the team and look forward to working with each person in the organisation, the board, the trade and the media in driving the tourism in this province. Our task is to make sure that we can maintain our position as the top domestic tourist destination,” she concluded.
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