Since March 2019, Lillian Barnard is the Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft South Africa, the first woman to hold this position since Microsoft reinvested in the country in the early 1990s. She is replaced in this position by Kalane Rampai, who becomes Managing Director of Microsoft SA. "The new appointments are an important milestone in Microsoft's ongoing effort to drive impact in Africa at scale," Microsoft noted in a press release.
Microsoft has been present in Africa for more than 30 years and, today, have more than 21,000 partners and . . .
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