National African Energy Wholesalers Association of South Africa “NAEWASA” was initially a New Entrant Commission established by the Department of Energy on the 4th May 2017 to participate as one of the Stakeholders at the Petroleum and Liquid Fuels Charter Council (PLFCC) started on the 8th May 2017 representing New Entrants and later established an Industry Association as a recognized registered Entity.
The above-mentioned process for us as New Entrants in the industry is a historic golden opportunity to influence Policy so that we can fast track the sector holistic transformation objectives for inclusive prosperity.
NAEWASA is an industry sector association serving the New Entrants Commission constituencies. NAEWASA is a registered NPC organization representing business people in South Africa in the Energy sector i.e. Upstream, Midstream, Downstream and Renewable Energy.
NAEWASA plays an important role by proactively engaging with key stakeholders, providing research information and ensuring our members have access to markets locally and internationally.
NAEWASA promotes Energy Wholesalers, Power Producers, Manufacturers and Installers of Renewable Energy of New Entrants members for new and expanding businesses.
The main vision of NAEWASA is to organize business persons and organized business under one umbrella body in order to represent, articulate, protect, defend, promote and develop their interest and to promote economic growth across the value chain.
• Our key priority is to promote energy industry transformation and Incubation.
• To give NAEWASA members a platform to grow their businesses and industry network through acquisition of human and non-human resources.
• To promote systematic improvement of the national economy together with the development of African and Transnational business relationships.
• Engage Government and other relevant stakeholders in the creation of an enabling environment for the growth and development of our members.
• Cultivate an entrepreneurial and mutual support amongst our members.
• Engage in and facilitate the provision of training and Incubation of our members.
NAEWASA National Executive Committee comprises of the following individuals:
- Mr. Andrew Malumane – President (elected 10th July 2018 at NAEWASA in Rosebank);
- Mr. Maverson Mashaba – Deputy President (elected 10th July 2018 at NAEWASA in Rosebank);
- Mrs. Priscilla Selele – Secretary General (elected 2nd June 2017 at NERSA Auditorium in Pretoria);
- Mrs. Brenda Mfihlo – Stakeholder Executive (elected 11th December 2018 at Sasol in Sandton);
- Mr. Sizwe Nkonyane – Treasurer General (elected 11th December 2018 at Sasol in Sandton); and
- Mr. Elliot Ndzimande – Non Executive (based on Executive Members Discretion as of 25 October 2017)
NAEWASA Code of Ethics covers the following Principles:
- Operating to the highest standards of service and productivity.
- Relationships with NAEWASA Members, Stakeholders, Suppliers and all the communities where we operate.
- Compliance with laws and regulations.
- Zero tolerance for any form of bribery, corruption or dishonest activities.
- Correct use of NAEWASA Assets and Systems.
NAEWASA is committed to acting with integrity in everything we do. Fraud risk registers are prepared monitored by the Secretary General on a quarterly basis. This helps NAEWASA in mitigating risks.