Patron: Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu
Tefo is the current Chairperson of the CSVR board. He holds an LLB and is a practicing lawyer and Director of Cheadle, Thompson Haysom. He sits on the board of the Ombudsman for Banking Services; Chairperson of board of the Credit Ombudsman and Commissioner for the 1st Commission of Employment Equity and in the past has acted on behalf of the ANC and COSATU.
S’mangele is a registered Educational Psychologist, qualified from Wits University. She previously worked for the Johannesburg Parent and Child Counselling Centre and the CSVR as a trauma practitioner. Currently she is in private practice and is the Director of Elegnams Human Development Services, a life skills development institution.
Nontsikelelo is a clinical psychologist and researcher and currently overseeing the development of the strategic approach and alignment of government programmes for Gender equity. She consults on issues pertaining to women empowerment, raising awareness on the plight of women, particularly the elderly as well as poverty eradication and improving economic development towards economic emancipation of women. She has facilitated a number of interactions with the South African Women in Dialogue (SAWID) and has worked extensively in South Africa and the USA.
Judge Fayeeza Kathree-Setiloane
Judge Fayeeza has been an advocate to the High Court of South Africa and the Johannesburg Bar for 12 years. She served 5 years as Deputy Chairperson of the Broadcasting, Monitoring and Complaints Commission (ICASA), was an active Member of the Editorial Board of the SA Journal of Human Rights and an advocate for the Constitutional Litigation unit at the Legal Resource Centre (An NGO). She had been a university lecturer at the Universities of Baltimore in the USA and Western Cape and a guest lecturer on the LL.M programme at Wits University.
Nokukhanya (Nox) Ntuli
Nokukhanya is a Lawyer with work experience in UK, Zambia, South Africa, Liberia and Uganda in the private, public and non-profit sector; She has experience in Conflict Resolution and is a Trained Mediator who has mediated commercial, employment and community disputes in South Africa, Rwanda and Uganda; Furthermore Nokukhanya has experience in Women Empowerment and Gender Based Violence, capacity building for civil society and government, excellent networking and stakeholder relations skills, she is also a trainer and facilitator with experience in manual and curriculum development; and management with leadership experience, she serves on 5 other boards of Non- Profit organization.
Prudence Malefu Madlokazi
Prudence is the founder and Director of Mwanga Fiduciary Services (Pty) Ltd. Malefu has 16 years of experience in Financial Services specializing in Fiduciary Services and Employee Benefits. She has in-depth knowledge in Estate Planning; specializing in Trusts. Malefu started off as a Trust Accountant at PriceWaterhouse Coopers Inc. and then moved to Alexander Forbes as a Trust Consultant. She then moved to Standard Trust specializing in Trust Management with a R1.4 billion portfolio of assets. Malefu’s involvement with the industry follows years of study; picking up a variety of qualifications and worthwhile corporate experience. Malefu is a Certified Financial Planner with the FPI and a member of the Fiduciary Institute of South Africa (FISA). She started her own business of Fiduciary Services with the intention to change the game of how settlement trusts are managed and utilized for the rehabilitation of beneficiaries. Her passion is sharing her expertise of Estate planning with people from all walks of life, especially the importance of having a will.