Tseke started his career working for KPMG in the audit department. He left KPMG to join Denel as an assistant accountant responsible for marketing reports. He later joined Worldwide African Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd (“Currently Pembani Group”) as an Executive responsible for finance and consolidation of the group accounts.

He left Pembani in 2007 and founded Moopong Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd which specialises in commodity trading, mining, and transaction advisory services. As founding member of Moopong, Tseke was involved in various mining project including the development of Platinum projects in Limpopo. Moopong acquired 46% shareholding in a contract mining company LACrushers (Pty) in with partnership with the National Empowerment Fund and Ba-Phalaborwa community.

Tseke was also involved in drafting the post Land Claim settlement strategy for Ba-Phalaborwa community and has been retained as advisor ever since. He advised Ba-Phalaborwa in the conclusion of the Foskor BEE transactions, Palaborwa Mining Company BEE transaction and development of a tourist facility in Phalaborwa. In 2009, Tseke was called back by the Pembani Group to head Afric Oil. He is a previous non-executive director of Pembani Coal, a position he vacated in 2010 to focus solely in Africa Oil.



Isaiah Mutandiwa serves as Afric Oil’s Chief Financial Officer, where he manages the company's finances and plays a key role in driving its business strategy. Isaiah is differentiated by a complement of financial management expertise combined with strong entrepreneurial business acumen, which allows him to view the business with a bird’s eye and also narrow down the view to understand complex issues, connect the dots, identify business drivers, take action and drive results. Prior to his appointment as CFO, Isaiah was in charge of running the operations department at Afric Oil.

Isaiah worked also as Senior Financial Consultant at Belacom, Deloitte and Nkonki after holding positions of Business Development Manager, Group Accountant and Management Accountant at various Anglo American Corporation group companies.

Having advanced through a series of promotions over a period of 23 years, Isaiah’s leadership has expanded beyond the boundaries of a traditional financial executive, and has led a number of strategic initiatives that have had positive impact on multiple business areas including driving costs down, increasing revenue and improving overall performance of various business units. Isaiah began his career as an articled clerk at Deloitte soon after attaining a Bachelor of Accounting Honours degree in 1993.