Clive S. Menell

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Biographical Details

Clive S. Menell, the deputy chairman of Anglovaal Ltd., a South African mining conglomerate, died in 1996.

"Mr. Menell was the eldest sun of Slip Menell, one of the founders of the Anglovaal group. Clive Menell joined the company in 1956.

"He was a founder of the Urban Foundation in 1977, an organization created to improve the lot of black South Africans in Soweto and other urban areas.

"Mr. Menell was the only person to serve on the board of the Urban Foundation from its inception until it was succeeded by a new group know as the National Business Initiative, for which he served as deputy chairman.

"He was the deputy chairman of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund and acted for the President as chairman of the board of trustees of that group." [1]

He had five children and his sons are Brian Menell and Rick Menell.

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