CAPE TOWN – The SA Post Office on Thursday announced that its group chief executive has tendered his resignation after three and a half years at the helm.
Barnes cited differences on a forward strategy in relation to the structure of the SA Post Office group, in particular the location of Postbank.
SA Post Office board member and designated spokesperson, Dr Charles Nwaila, said following discussions on Barnes’s resignation with the board, the parties were in agreement on an amicable separation.
“The board thanks Barnes for his enormous service to the SA Post Office and the country during his tenure,” said Nwaila.
In his time at the SA Post Office, Mr Barnes has led the stabilisation of the organisation as well as pioneered its positioning as a relevant access point of government services for our communities.