Our Organogram

Our Governance Organogram

Southern Africa Youth Project is managed by 6 Board Committees who are responsible for independent oversight on all operations of the organisation.

Southern Africa Youth Project is led by the following:

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Constitution of Southern Africa Youth Project

This is the Constitution of Southern Africa Youth Project adopted on 15 February 2017 in the Republic of South Africa. BODY CORPORATE 2.1. Shall exist in their own right 2.2. Be able to own its property and the sub-branches in other venues 2.3. Be able to sue and be sued against any legal matters that

CLifford Legodi SOuthern Africa Youth Project

General Manager

Clifford LegodiGeneral Manager Clifford is young passionate and innovative member of Southern Africa Youth Project, working as the General Manager with 5 years’ experience in marketing and proposal writing. He holds a National Certificate in Management Accounting and is currently studying for a National Diploma. He is also passionate about community development, which is why

Neftaly Malatjie

Neftaly Malatjie – CEO

Neftaly Malatjie | Founder Neftaly Malatjie founded Southern Africa Youth Project in 2005 as Diepsloot Youth Project. When founding Diepsloot its interest was to keep young people busy in the afternoons. Neftaly Malatjie has taken the group Diepsloot Youth Arts and Culture Project, which was only based in Diepsloot. He has outgrown it to become

The Advisory Board provides oversight

Southern Africa Youth Project is led by the Advisory Board who provides oversight of its governance and operations. The Advisory Board was firstly formed by our Founder Neftaly Malatjie in 2005 with an aim to ensure that Southern Africa Youth Project brings a pool of skills to help and assist to move the organisation moving

Audit Committee

Our Audit Committee reviews and advice on risks and potential innovations. Southern Africa Youth Project launched its first Audit Committee in 2018 the aim of the Committee is to advise the Chief Executive Officer Neftaly and the Executive Office Members such as the General Manager, Human Resource, Financial Manager and Strategic Partnerships on the findings.

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Board Governance

Board Governance Southern Africa Youth Project aligns itself to the King III code of Conduct. Therefore as described and explained on this portal. We outline how the organisation is run, led and managed. In alignment to the King III the board have set strict measures to ensure that we manage all our operations in line

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Lekgotla la ME Committee

Lekgotla la ME Committee was established to ensure that there is ethical. Lekgotla la ME committee is the board responsible for oversight of all organisations internal process and systems. They meet on a monthly basis. Their meetings are also aligned to the Portfolio Committees who reports to them. Lekgotla la ME Committee reports to the

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The board of Directors

The Board of Advisors provides oversights and independent advisory. Southern Africa Youth Project has 6 unconnected individuals who are providing oversight. The board of advisors are responsible for ensuring that they hold Lekgotla la ME Committee in complying and following all the policies and procedures of the organisation. They report to the Board of Directors

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Finance Committee

Our Financial Management is aligned to Public Finance Management Act. The Finance Committee is responsible for Budgets, Financial Policy Compliance, Public Finance Management Act, Donor Compliance Management. The Finance Committee meets at least once a week to plan, discuss and report. They report to Lekgotla la ME Committee.

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Monitoring and Evaluation Commitee

Our Monitoring and Evaluation Committee ensures that we account for everything The Monitoring and Evaluation Committee is responsible for monitoring all organisations operations. They provide audit and advisory to the office of the CEO, Programmes, Finance, Human Resource, Administration and Programmes.

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Legal and Compliance Committee

The Legal and Compliance Committee ensures that we follow the law. Legal and Compliance are responsible for ensuring that the organisation complies with countries legislations, policies and plans. They ensure that the organisation is compliant with all the laws and regulations of the countries. They are responsible for designing contracts, templates and all legal matters

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The Board of Directors

The board of Directors includes 3 independence directors responsible for the organisation. They report to the board of Advisors who are independent of the organisation.

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Strategic Partnerships Committee

Strategic Partnerships Committee Our Strategic Partnerships are responsible for ensuring that your contribution goes to what is close to your heart. The Strategic Partnerships Manager is responsible for managing partnerships, grants, donors, clients and partners. They work with government departments, international donors, foundations, grant makers, individuals, families and contributors. Planning on future Strategic Partnerships Plans.

Volunteer

Volunteer in Africa with Southern Africa Youth Project Are you looking to volunteer in Africa. Southern Africa Youth Project provides tourists, youth and global travelers an opportunity to have a different experience in Southern Africa. We pick you up and drop you off at the airport, manage your accommodation, drive you morning and evening to

Governance

How we see Governance Southern Africa Youth Project is an institution that is registered in terms of the Non-Profit Act of 1997 and the Companies Act of 2008. We view governance as a critical component for the organisation. We follow the following protocols: Constitution as mandated and signed in 2005. The Memorandum of Incorporation as

Constitution for Diepsloot Youth Project

This is the Constitution of Diepsloot Youth Project adopted on 06 June 2020 in the Republic of South Africa. BODY CORPORATE 2.1. Shall exist in their own right 2.2. Be able to own its property and the sub-branches in other venues 2.3. Be able to sue and be sued against any legal matters that may

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