Our Directors

Mark Lee
Managing Director

Born in England in 1960 and now married and living in South Africa, Mark started his career in Agricultural Projects Management and Marketing prior to Business Consulting. He founded Bearing 21 in 1999 after working for several international consulting groups in Europe, South America and South Africa. He has extensive experience as a Business Analyst and has consulted to over 150 companies accross the world. Mark is responsible for business development and organisational analysis.

Pam Bain
BCom (Hons), MA Industrial Psychology

Pam has devoted most of her 15 years in consulting to people optimisation initiatives. She is a registered industrial psychologist and works in assessment, both psychometric and competency-based, mainly at a senior management and executive level. Pam has extensive experience working with organizations such as Anglo Platinum, Rebserve, Kimberley Clark, De Beers and U.N.B. Her core areas of expertise are competency profiling, assessment, leadership development, executive coaching, change management, performance management, business unit strategic facilitation, team building, cultural immersions and workshop presentations

Dr Pius Kasolo
BSc., MSc., PhD

Dr Kasolo qualified as a Geologist from the University of Southampton in England where he also achieved his Doctorate. He has consulted to organisations with major mining interests in Europe and extensively on the African continent. Pius also serves on the board of Anglo Platinum Housing Company (Sunflower Housing) and Mmkau Mining and as Chairman and CEO of Concrete Lining Products manufacturing company.

Our Consultants and Associates

Bearing 21 employs and contracts consultants with a combination of industry and consulting expertise. We aim to place consultants on assignments with both an appropriate experience base to the project and a “cultural fit” with our client. We have access to specialist knowledge and resources in the areas of IT, HR, incentive schemes, balanced scorecard software, logistics and supply chain.