Board of Governors of Ntengwe for Community Development

Ntengwe for Community Development is governed by a Board made up of managers and local professionals in health, finance and education. The Board’s main task is to govern and oversee the operations of the organization, to guide on strategy and policy and is legally and financially, as well as morally responsible for the organization. Our Board works closely with our management team to guide their decision-making on strategic issues and hold them to account for their leadership of the organization. The Board's specific contributions are unique to its membership role and necessary for proper governance and management. The duties of the Board are crucial to our organization and are responsible for many specific tasks. The Board’s main task is to govern and oversee our operations through acting as fiduciaries.  In other words, the Board is legally, financially, and morally responsible for our organization.

The Board structure is as follows:

  • The Chairperson is elected by the board members for a set term during the Ntengwe Board and is guided by and adheres to the Board Charter/Manual to accomplish Ntengwe’s mission and vision.
  • The board members have the appropriate skills and expertise to carry out their roles and responsibilities.
  • Attend Annual General Meetings (AGM).
  • Determine the mission, values, strategies, and major goals/outcomes, and hold the Executive Director accountable for developing a staff strategic plan based on these policies.
  • Determine the parameters within which the Executive Director is expected to achieve the goals/outcomes.
  • Monitor the performance of the organization relative to the achievement of the goals/outcomes within the executive parameters
  • Ensure financial integrity through policies and behavior.
  • Require periodic financial and other external audits to ensure compliance with the law and with good practices.
  • Evaluate and constantly improve the Board’s performance as the governing board, and set expectations for board members’ involvement as volunteers.
  • Ensure financial integrity through policies and behavior.
  • Require periodic financial and other external audits to ensure compliance with the law and with good practices.
  • Evaluate and constantly improve the Board’s performance as the governing board, and set expectations for board members’ involvement as volunteers.

The Board

P.D.C  Muleya  - Chair

Silibaziso Mudimba – Vice Chair

Xolani Ncube - Treasurer

Nyozani Munkuli - Secretary

Concilia Kakobe – Vice Secretary

Rosemary Mudenda – Board Secretary

Cathrine Hove – Board Member

Chief Sikalenge – Patron