Sharmla Chetty, who opened the SA office of US-based Duke Corporate Education (CE) in 2007, has been appointed president of global markets for the business school’s network. The job, which takes effect immediately, makes her responsible for Duke CE’s international customised executive education.

Until July 31, SA-born Chetty was president of Duke CE’s African operation, which has its headquarters in Johannesburg, and MD of its European division. She says the two jobs will now be separated and that a new African head will be announced soon. Chetty will continue to oversee the local business for now but hopes to complete the handover to her successor by the end of 2019...

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