Connecting Africa is part of the Informa Tech Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 3099067.

Business of Tech

Liquid appoints ex-Cell C exec Lerato Pule as its CFO

Article Image
Liquid Intelligent Technologies, the Pan-African digital infrastructure provider, has appointed former Cell C CFO Lerato Pule as its new chief financial officer, effective February 1, 2024.

Pule, who resigned from mobile operator Cell C in August 2023, less than a year after taking over from Zaf Mahomed, will serve as CFO of Liquid's South Africa operations.

"I am pleased to welcome Pule to the executive team at Liquid South Africa. She is an accomplished and well-established CFO with an extensive understanding of the industry in which we operate," said Deon Geyser, Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa's CEO.

Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa CEO Deon Geyser.   (Source: Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa)
Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa CEO Deon Geyser.
(Source: Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa)

He added that Pule will be instrumental in overseeing Liquid South Africa's financial strategy, as the organization continues to build on its vision of a digitally connected future.

Pule's track record

Prior to taking over as Cell C CFO in September 2022, Pule was appointed the company's executive director of financial planning, analysis and reporting in February 2022.

She also served as CFO of Telkom South Africa's SME segment.

Pule is a qualified chartered accountant with over 16 years' experience in financial and business management at an operational and strategic level in various organizations including BCX and African Bank.


Follow Connecting Africa on our new X account @connect__africa to get the latest telecoms and tech news across Africa.


"This is an excellent opportunity for me to join Liquid South Africa; the organization is a leading player in the technology and telecommunications space in South Africa and Africa," says Pule.

She added that the company is well-known in the industry for bringing African solutions to African challenges through its intelligent technology offerings and resilient connectivity.

"I am excited about joining Liquid South Africa's dynamic team, leading its local finance department and contributing to its future success," she concluded.

Related posts:

*Top image is of newly appointed Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa CFO Lerato Pule. (Source: Liquid Intelligent Technologies )

— Matshepo Sehloho, Associate Editor, Connecting Africa

Innovation hub

Story

AI's impact on African telcos

Many African telecommunications companies are turning to artificial intelligence as a differentiator to improve their mobile networks and enhance customer service and experience as they transition from traditional telco offerings into new tech-first verticals.

Story

Four AI trends to look out for in 2024

Connecting Africa has compiled a list of four artificial intelligence (AI) trends to look out for on the African continent in 2024.

More Innovation hub

Latest video

More videos

Upcoming events

AfreGov 2024
March 12-14, 2024
Kigali, Rwanda
Africa Tech Festival 2024
November 11-14, 2024
Cape Town, South Africa
More Upcoming events

Sponsored video

More videos

Industry announcements

More Industry announcements

Africa Tech Perspectives

Story

Uber's Marjorie Saint-Lot on inclusion and sustainability in Africa

Uber's Country Manager for Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire, Marjorie Saint-Lot, shares how the ride-hailing company is approaching public-private partnerships, environmentally friendly initiatives and gender inclusion in Africa.

Story

The 100 most influential African leaders in 2023

A new report from Africa Tech Festival and Connecting Africa puts a spotlight on the top 100 African leaders in the telecoms and technology sector in 2023.

Story

Deep dive into East Africa's tech startup ecosystem

New survey reveals a lack of access to investors, reliance on international VCs and global recession trends as the biggest barriers for East African tech startups to access funds.

More Africa Tech perspectives

Partner perspectives

All Partner Perspectives

Guest Perspectives

Story

Omdia View: January 2024

By Omdia Analysts

Highlights in January 2024 in the Middle East and Africa included a $200 million fintech deal between MTN and Mastercard as well as 5G network trials by Telecom Egypt – that and more in this month's Omdia View.

Story

Omdia View: September 2023

By Omdia Analysts

Highlights in September 2023 in the Middle East and Africa included more 5G spectrum licenses, vendor and operator strategies, and partnerships – that and more in this month's Omdia View.

More Guest Perspectives

Like us on Facebook

Newsletter Sign Up


Sign Up
Tag id test-002