Good Governance and Structure

Legal status Section 18A – NPC
Registration Number 017-015NPO
Date of Registration August 2001
Physical Address The Palms Office Park First Floor Block E
391 Main Street Ferndale
E-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Contact Person Carole Podetti Ngono – Founder and Managing Director
Telephone number 011 781 9462
Fax number 011 787 4474
Website of the Organisation www.valuedcitizens.co.za
Account Details Bank
Address
Bank Code
Account Number
Payee identification
Standard Bank
Norwood
4105
205452353
VALUED CITIZENS INITIATIVE Marketing Link
Annual Report Click here to download
SARS Certificate Click here to download
Annual Financial Statements Click here to download


To ensure good governance of the organisation, members are co-opted annually to the Board of Directors. Quarterly Board meetings are held with the Managing Director to review and approve operational plans, programmes and expenditure by the organisation. Moreover the Board holds an annual general and strategy meeting.

The Board of Directors is divided into four sub-committees that are:

  • Monitoring and Programme Evaluation
  • Human Resources, Remuneration and Legal
  • Finances, Audit and Information Technology
  • Marketing, Fundraising and Communication
These sub-committees set the targets and performance indicators for each focus area and are required to report back to the Board of Directors at each quarterly meeting on progress and development against these targets.

As 80% of our staff members were first beneficiaries, they are driven by passion to deliver our programmes, focused on quality and sustainable impact. Our Monitoring and Evaluation meetings with partners occur quarterly in line with the performance indicators and outcomes agreed upon.

We track beneficiaries from 2 to 4 years which allows for accurate reporting on the sustainability of our programmes. Our systematic monitoring throughout the year with tools which are sharpened every year ensure accurate transparency on results. This process enables us to improve on how we deliver our programmes and to answer to the need with relevance.

Equity Plan

Date of Appointment Name Position Profession
21/08/2001 Roger Glover Board member White M CEO Glover Inc.
23/06/2015 Azania Muendane Board member African F Producer Consultant
21/11/2013 Nicholas Maweni Chairperson African M Consultant in marketing and CSI
12/02/2007 Stephanie Vermeulen Board member White F CEO EQ Training
21/04/2009 Lerato Ratsoma Deputy Chairperson African F MD at Empowerdex
23/06/2015 Sechaba Hlahatsi Board member African M MD Dikopane Human Resources
01/07/2016 Ditebogo Modiba Treasurer African F CFO MMI Holding
22/08/2013 Nomfundo Mgwebi Deputy Treasurer African F Senior Treasury Manager RAF


Male Female
Position Black Coloured White Indian Black Coloured White Indian
Director     1
Programme co-ordinators 2    
Clinical Social Worker and Psychologist 1      
Training Officers 5 1 1 1 9 1 5 1
Administrators     3
Volunteers 4   1
Total 12 1 1 1 13 1 6 1


Over and above VCI’s staff complement, VCI has facilitators that it contracts when the need arises.
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