Mapule Tiny Ncanywa

Mapule Tiny Ncanywa is the Executive Director of the Beverage Association of South Africa (BevSA). Before joining BevSA she held the position of General Manager for Goods and Services for the Consumer Goods Council of SA, worked as a Business Manager for Microsoft SA and was the treasurer of the Mmabatho Foundation for Women’s Development.

Ncanywa is also an active board member and non-executive director for the International Alliance of Women, the Mmabatho Foundation for Women’s Development, the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and the National Department of Women – Minister’s Technical Advisory Committee.

She hold a BA Honours degree in Education, English and Linguistics from the University of Limpopo.

Posted in Profile on Jun 25, 2018


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  • Health Promotions Levy – a net negative impact on South African non-alcoholic beverage industry

    Posted in Media Release, statements on Feb 28, 2019

    In the ten months since the Health Promotions Levy (HPL) was introduced, it has put pressure on the local non-alcoholic industry in already difficult operating conditions, as well as raising prices for hard-pressed consumers. The net impact of the levy has been compounded by subdued economic growth in the country and higher input costs of raw materials and ingredients, in particular, sugar. Consequently, this is limited the opportunity for growth and job creation in the sector and has resulted in downward pressure on the full value chain.