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Thirza Stevens


Thirza joined Cenfri in August 2018 as the personal assistant to the managing director.

She has been a personal assistant for more than 20 years in the educational, FMCG, auditing, telecommunications and event sectors.

Prior to Cenfri,  she worked at Nestlé SA, PwC and Neotel corporate head offices in Johannesburg.


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