Introduction to the Siyabhabha Trust Staff
WHO WE AREActing Director and Finance Manager: Hadiknown Chamboko
Hadiknown joined ST in October 2009. He has 9 years experience in Grant management, Financial management and multiple donor reporting. Hadiknown worked for 7 years as the Head of Finance for Sibambene Aids Programme.
MBA, National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe (2008)
Postgraduate Diploma in Management, National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe (2006)
Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting, Zimbabwe University (2005)
Administrator and Finance Officer: Angelique Naweza Sainzoga
Joined ST in 2013 as facilitator in Life’s beads project, a craft incoming generating programme in Pretoria and Oukasie Dioceses. Worked at SARCAF Bukavu/DRC between 2004 and 2007 as administrator and Finance officer. Between October 2014 and September 2015 worked as part time General Administrator of ST. Angelique is currently ST’s administrator and finance Officer.
Certificates in Crafts Hand made products (2011 – 2015)
Old mutual Legend Participants (2011 – 2012)
Certificate in Leadership skills: CARS, UNISA (2008)
BA Degree in Commercials Sciences and information Technology, ISP Bukavu/ DRC (2005)
Projects Coordinator and Monitoring & Evaluation: Dineo Matseembi
Dineo joined ST as an Office and Projects Administrator in March 2010. She has 13 years experience in the field of both administration and co-ordination. Before joining ST Caritas (SA) she worked for the SACBC AIDS Office for 7 years as an Executive Administrator and M&E Officer. She also worked for a Sustainability Programme at St Philomena's in Durban for 2 years as a Conference Co-ordinator.
Events Management Certificate, Elegant Events (2009)
National Diploma in Youth Development, Unisa (2004)
Currently studying BA Psychology, Unisa
Early Childhood Development Programme Co-ordinator: Liz Brouckaert
Liz was appointed by ST in August 2010. She has worked in the NGO sector since the late 80s, primarily within the ECD and Music Education sectors. In 1997 she and David Wickham established the Steelband Project (Western Cape). She has also worked as a music researcher at the District Six Museum-Music & Memory Project (2002-2004) and the Centre for Information Literacy, Indigenous Knowledge Systems Database-Music Subject Area (University of Cape Town 2004-2006). Between 1997 and 2010 she worked as the administrator of the Resource & Training Organisations Forum (ECD-Western Cape). In 2006 she was responsible for conducting an audit of 50 ECD sites for the City of Cape Town/ELRU.
She is the first author of: "Songs Sung by South African Children", Music Subject Area for Heinemann Educational Publishers (grades 4-6) and "What is an NGO?" NGO Connect Africa (2009).
Advanced Diploma in Remedial Music (Music Therapy), University of Cape Town (1988)
B Soc Sc (Nursing/Social Anthropology) (University of Natal/UKZN) (1983)