MultiChoice South Africa CEO resigns

MultiChoice has announced that its chief executive for South Africa, Mark Rayner, has resigned.

“It is with great regret that today we announced the departure of Mark Rayner from MultiChoice, effective 30 November 2020,” the group told MyBroadband.

“Having been part of the MultiChoice family for the past 14 years leading in various parts of the group, Mark Rayner has decided to further his journey outside the group.

“Over the years Mark has been a key part of driving growth, championing product innovation and pushing customer focus. We wish him well in the future. An announcement on Mark’s successor will be made in the near future,” the group said.

Rayner is a chartered accountant who served his articles at KPMG and held various finance-related positions in the Bidvest Group.

He joined MultiChoice in 2007 where he served as the chief financial officer of DStv Mobile until September 2008, after which he took the helm at the company.

As CEO of DStv Mobile, he oversaw the introduction of various mobile television services across the African continent.

In November 2013, Rayner was appointed as the chief operating officer of MultiChoice South Africa and was promoted to CEO in May 2016.

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