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Mr PS Momsen (Chief Executive)

Member of the Strategic, Financial and Risk, Marketing, Beneficiary Services, and IT Committee and an advisory member of the Remuneration and Human Resources Committee. Also a trustee of the Abraham Kriel Bedieningstrust and Enterprises Trust

Mr LB Mlotshwa (Chairperson)

Chairperson of the Strategic Committee, trustee of the Abraham Kriel Bedieningstrust and member of the Financial and Risk Committee, and Appeal Committee

Mr JD de Villiers (Vice Chairperson/Treasurer)

Chairperson of the Financial and Risk Committee and Abraham Kriel Enterprises Trust, vice chairperson of the Strategic and Audit Committee and trustee of the Abraham Kriel Bedieningstrust

Ms N N Mokhobo (Board Secretary)

Board Secretary and member of the Strategic Committee

Ms MG Mokoka (Independent Non-Executive Director)

Member of the Strategic Committee

Rev PM Strydom (Independent Non-Executive Director)

Chairperson of the Beneficiary Services Committee

Ms R Greenblo (Independent Non-Executive Director)

Chairperson of the Marketing Committee

Ms R Surajlall (Independent Non-Executive Director)

Member of the Remuneration & Human Resources committee

Mr DJ Deysel (Independent Non-Executive Director)

Chairman of the Audit Committee

Mr WH Lategan (Independent Non-Executive Director)

Member of the Audit Committee

Mr D Lefoka (Independent Non-Executive Director)


Rev HA van Rooyen

Minister of Religion, Vergesig NG Church


The Board’s primary responsibilities include determining the company’s mission and values, giving strategic direction, identifying key risk areas and key performance indicators of the company’s activities, overseeing the performance of the company against agreed objectives, advising on and directing significant financial matters and reviewing the performance of executive management against defined objectives.


The Board of Directors of Abraham Kriel Bambanani subscribes to the principles of King IV. The Board considered the King IV NPO supplement and applied the concept of proportionality when considering the governance arrangements of AKB.


The Board of Abraham Kriel Bambanani acknowledges that the sustainability of our operations is inextricably linked to the effective stewardship of our environment. The Environmental Protection Strategy of the company originated from the desire to make a meaningful contribution towards the protection of the earth and its resources, thereby improving the sustainability of the environment in which our successors will provide care and developmental services to children of future generations. The primary objective of the Environmental Protection Strategy is to reduce the carbon footprint of Abraham Kriel Bambanani in order to contribute to the restoration of the health of our immediate environment.

A grant awarded by the NLDTF enabled Abraham Kriel Bambanani to complete the installation of solar geysers throughout the organisation. Not only does this programme reduce the carbon footprint of Abraham Kriel Bambanani, but it also improves its long-term financial sustainability through substantially reduced electricity costs. Since the project was started it has paid for itself more than twice over.

The shifting emphasis towards community care programmes and skills development programmes should also be understood within the context of our quest for sustainability and the needs of the community we operate in. These programmes are a response to the ever-increasing need for care services amongst children and young people affected by the Aids pandemic and the reality of unemployment of poorly qualified people in disadvantaged communities. Furthermore, it promotes the relevance of Abraham Kriel Bambanani in that more beneficiaries than in the previous model can be serviced with the available funds.