Mohseen V. Moosa is the Chairperson of Agritourism South Africa: Mohseen Moosa is an entrepreneur and businessman. He is presently interested in various components of the agricultural sector. Between 1994 and 2003, he represented Republic of South Africa in over 35 international delegations. Between 1997 and 2003, He served as Chair of various Judicial, Economic and Constitutional committees at Parliament. He was a member of the Judicial Service Commission which regulated the South African Judiciary and interviewed and appointed judges to the High Courts of the Republic of South Africa. He joined the Business world in 2002 and created WakeHold (Pty) Limited. He is the owner of Paardenkloof Estate and the Ecology Lifestyle Centre in Botriver. Johann Hattingh is a Director. He previously served on the boards of the Free State Gambling and Racing Board, Anglo-Boer War Museum Board, Free State Tourism Business Council and the Executive Board of Mangaung Tourism. He was also a member of the Review committee of the Free State Provincial Growth and Development Strategy and the receiver of the Vice-Chancellor's excellence award for community engagement in 2011 at the CUT (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY). His industry experience stems from being a partner in Astra Tours & Events Company, Tourist Guide Trainer, Office Manager of Mangaung Tourism and Tourism Manager of Lady Grey and Rhodes. He is also a Tourist Guide, was a Tourism Grading Assessor and used to be the Chairperson of the Maloti-Drakensberg Tourism Route. Currently he is the Free State Chairperson of SATSA (South African Tourism Services Association). He joined the CUT as an academic in 2008. Jacqui Taylor is the Founder and Managing Director. She is a Marketing and Communication professional with 30 years' experience working in the Tourism, Wine, Agriculture and Hotel industries. She is passionate about Agriculture, Conservation and Tourism and has worked in NPO and Community Development Project environments in the Agricultural and Tourism fields. Jacqui succeeded in developing and implementing domestic and international marketing and communication strategies for a number of South African brands and has engaged successfully with a broad range of local and international media, agents, guests and suppliers. She now focuses on sustainable agritourism and projects in the hospitality industry. Cell: 0723 563 212 Lynne Irvine works for Capitec bank and is the treasurer of AASA. She is not a Director but is a second signatory. Ricardo Wyngaard Attorneys are the AASA attorneys and Uytenbogaardt Accountants are the auditors.
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