Board of Directors

FML adheres to the highest standards of corporate governance in all its dealings and as such has appointed a world-class Board of Directors with a wealth of experience in a broad cross-section of areas and disciplines:


Wayne Waterworth - Managing Director: Logistics

Wayne Waterworth is currently the Managing Director of FML Oil, a fuel logistics company and a 100% subsidiary of Brainworks Limited. A chartered electrical engineer by profession, he has significant experience in the mining, construction and engineering sectors in Zimbabwe. Prior to joining Brainworks, Wayne was the Managing Director of Falcon Gold Limited, a Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed gold mining company, a role he assumed in Jan 2008. He has worked in Europe and in various southern African countries. He is a highly experienced professional with more than 20 years’ experience in senior general and technical management roles. He has a proven track record in a variety of industrial and commercial and Turn Key projects in the mining sectors, petrochemicals and large and small-scale construction sectors. At Brainworks, he is also responsible for the technical evaluation of business opportunities, and assists the Company’s investee companies in strengthening technical operations and enhancing shareholder value.


Peter Saungweme Non-Executive Chairman

Peter Saungweme is a Chartered Accountant (Zimbabwe). He holds Bachelor of Accounting Science Honours and Bachelor of Accounting Science degrees from the University of South Africa (UNISA), Certificate of Theory in Accounting (CTA) and an Advanced Diploma in Auditing. He possesses strong financial management background having been the Financial Controller of Ecobank Zimbabwe Limited and Chief Finance Officer at Cell Holdings (Private) Limited – a holding company with subsidiaries and associates with interests in short term and medical insurance. Before assuming the role of the Chief Finance Officer, Peter was the Finance Director at Dawn Properties. Peter has vast external audit background in the banking, insurance, tourism and power generation sectors having worked as an Auditor Manager for both KPMG Zimbabwe Chartered Accountants (Zimbabwe) and KPMG Namibia Inc. for a combined period of 5 years. Peter sits on the board of directors of GetBucks, DPC, and other special purpose entities within the Dawn Properties and the Brainworks Group.


Brett Childs - Non-Executive Director

Brett Childs is the CEO of Brainworks Limited. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant (South Africa) originally from Zimbabwe, and has over 25 years’ experience in change management, capital raising, public offerings, corporate actions and investment strategy. Brett has spent 15 years in London, where he helped to build a successful venture business, listed assets on the London Stock Exchange and Helsinki Stock Exchange (HEX). Brett has been based in Mauritius for the last 16 years and has managed and been a director of a number of listed and unlisted investment businesses, largely with a pan-African focus, including Maitland International Holdings Limited, Brait, Novare Africa Fund PCC and Tana Africa Capital Limited. Brett has been approved by various regulatory authorities including the Bank of Mauritius, Financial Services Commission (British Virgin Islands), Malta Financial Services Authority, Financial Services Board (South Africa), Solicitors Regulatory Authority (UK) and Financial Services Commission (Mauritius), to be a director of companies they license.


Susan Zindoga - Non-Executive Director

Susan Zindoga is a holder of a Bachelor of Honours Degree in Applied Mathematics from the National University of Science and Technology and a Postgraduate Certificate in Finance from the University of Leicester (UK). She is highly trained in data modelling and financial analysis. She has built and reviewed financial and business models, used to support the operational and strategic decisions for projects and investee companies. She has also supported various aspects of financial advisory  services with focus on corporate finance, business modelling and valuation and transaction services. Susan has research experience gained from working at Ecobank Transnational Incorporated where her research focused on the banking sectors in Kenya, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.