With multiple degrees and extensive experience in the global FMCG sector and the South African retail, banking, property and manufacturing sectors, including the role of head of human capital and acting corporate services executive in the agricultural sector, Votelwa fits the bill perfectly.
Majola joined the Sun International property in October reporting to Brett Hoppé, GM of the Resort, where she is responsible for leading and managing the HR team and is accountable for the strategic delivery and integration of functions and processes across the HR value chain.
The role includes management of the HR operations, employee relations and learning and development teams, transport for the Resort as well as the creche and staff housing functions.
“Part of my role will be to ensure effective delivery of people strategy and plans to support the achievement of Sun City’s business strategy,” says Votelwa.
“Today, 58% of our staff are women, 95% of which are African, with many firsts with its leadership among these including the first female gaming manager, and the first female IT manager.”
Brett adds that Sun City is committed to leading the way in women transformation within hospitality industry; “Today, 58% of our staff are women, 95% of which are African, with many firsts with its leadership among these including the first female gaming manager, and the first female IT manager.”
When Votelwa isn’t in the office, she can be found indulging in her newfound love for golf at one of Sun City’s two 18-hole courses; the Gary Player Country Club and the Lost City Golf Course. She also loves travel, reading, and has three marathons under her belt – an excellent preparation for the demanding job she has taken on.