South African rugby legend Joost van der Westhuizen will be making
headlines again and this time not on the rugby field. Van der Westhuizen
will now be ruling the boardroom from his newly appointed position of
Chief Operations Officer for Progressive Investment Holdings Limited
(PIH). His role will include managing and overseeing the group's overall
business and projects. His experience in business, property developments
and leadership skills will significantly add strategic value to the
group's investment portfolio.
On the forefront of entering a new era in the South African financial
services and property development industry, PIH made a strategic move to
position themselves as market leaders by welcoming Van der Westhuizen on
board. Being a well known sports' icon, Van der Westhuizen has shown his
commitment to his game, proving his dedication to the team and all South
Africans and that he is not afraid of hard work, which is exactly what
PIH is going to take advantage of in growing their business.
PIH are excited to have Van der Westhuizen as part of their new
structure, bringing his strong leadership and management skills to the
table. He also shares the same values of honesty, integrity and ethics
with fellow PIH directors and will be working alongside CEO, Freddie
Andalaft and its dynamic board of directors. This vibrant team will
mould a positive, successful future for the group.
Joost van der Westhuizen noted; "I'm proud to be working with PIH. I
believe that the company has established a leadership position within
the financial services and property industry and look forward to helping
the company build on its success in this growing market."
Commenting on the appointment, PIH CEO Freddie Andalaft said; "We are
very pleased to welcome Joost van der Westhuizen to our Board of
Directors. He has an outstanding reputation as a leader, and his
extensive management skills will be a great asset to PIH."
"I strive to take as much interest in delivering superior financial
results as I did in scoring tries for South Africa," concludes van der