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Futhi Tembe Ascends to Official CEO of ENPF Amidst Acclamations


MBABANE, Eswatini – The Eswatini National Provident Fund (ENPF) has officially named Futhi Tembe as its Chief Executive Officer, solidifying her role which had been in an acting capacity. This confirmation follows an announcement made by the Minister of Labour and Social Security, Hon. Phila Buthelezi, at a press conference held at Happy Valley today.

Tembe, whose interim leadership has been marked by assertive and strategic direction, takes on the full responsibilities as the Fund’s CEO with immediate effect. The ENPF Board and stakeholders have welcomed this development, expressing confidence in Tembe’s ability to lead the Fund towards a trajectory of heightened success and stability.

Tembe’s appointment comes at a time when the ENPF is navigating through dynamic financial landscapes, aiming to enhance benefits for its members and stakeholders. With her at the helm, the ENPF is expected to implement innovative strategies to boost its performance and ensure sustainable growth.

As the new CEO, Tembe’s agenda includes reinforcing the Fund’s commitment to operational excellence, digital transformation, and customer service enhancement. Her leadership is seen as a pivotal element in the Fund’s pursuit of excellence and adherence to its mandate of providing social security to the people of Eswatini.

Eswatini’s working community and stakeholders have been encouraged by this announcement, viewing it as a step forward in the right direction for the Fund and for the nation’s social security landscape. The appointment has sparked a renewed sense of optimism about the future of the ENPF.

Congratulations to Futhi Tembe as she takes on this significant role, and we anticipate her influence will usher in a period of innovative leadership and prosperity for the Fund.

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