INTEGRATED REPORT  2017/18
Board Profiles

Board

PROF NA NEVHUTANDA (65)

Chairperson and Independent
Non-executive Member

BA, HEd, BEd, MEd, DEd, BMus(Hon), MMus, DMus, Dip
Management, MBA Course work MANCOSA 2004
Professor of Environmental Sciences

TERM

Prof Nevhutanda was appointed to the Board on 2 December 2009 and re-appointed Chairperson of Board in August 2017. He was originally a member of the ACNHDA prior to becoming a Board member he has an intimate knowledge of the NLC and the lottery industry.

EXPERIENCE

Prof Nevhutanda is a seasoned director, having lead numerous structures in the public sector. Prof Nevhutanda is endowed with leadership qualities that enabled him to understand strategy formulation and direction. He has served as a leader in various academic fields including colleges of education and universities.

MS TS KEKANA (50)

Independent Non-executive

BProc, LLB, Certificate
in Management of
Petroleum Policy and Economics

TERM

Ms Kekana commenced her association with the National Lotteries Board, now National Lotteries Commission, on September 1, 2013, in the capacity of non-executive director.
Ms Kekana has been the Chairperson of the Board Regulatory Compliance and Legal Committee, which is the Committee that is delegated to deal with regulatory compliance matters and instrumental in driving that the NLC’s regulatory mandate.

EXPERIENCE

Kekana is the managing director of Kekana Hlatshwayo Radebe Inc. and a curator at the Municipal Councillors Pension Fund. As a seasoned attorney, she has held numerous positions with the Law Society of the Northern Provinces and Board of Trustees of Hosmed Medical Scheme

 

MS DLT DONDUR (51) CA(SA)

Chartered Director
Independent Non-executive

BAccounting, Bcompt (Hons), CTA, BAdmin (Hons), MBA, International Executive Development Programme, Gaming Executive Development Programme, Certificate in Labour Relations, Advanced Programme in Human Resources

TERM

Ms Dondur joined the NLC Board on 1 April 2017. Ms Dondur has been Chairperson of the Board Audit and Risk Committee, which is the Committee that is delegated to deal with financial, risk, internal audit and ICT matters impacting on the NLC.

EXPERIENCE

Ms Dondur has extensive corporate experience, governance and compliance skills as well as comprehensive understanding of accounting standards and financial reporting. As an independent non-executive member of a numerous Boards and as the Audit and Risk Committee Chairperson she continues to give strategic guidance and direction on the practical application of various disciplines applicable to Boards.

DR M MADZIVHANDILA (55)

Independent Non-executive

PHD in Development Studies,
MA Development Studies,
BA Psychology (Hons),
University Education Diploma

TERM

Dr Madzivhandila was appointed on1 April 2017. Dr Madzivhandila has been Chairperson of the Board Human Capital, Social and Ethics Committee which is the Committee delegated to deal with human capital, social and ethics related matters, which ensures that the NLC and its employees remain catalysts for social upliftment.

EXPERIENCE

Dr Madzivhandila has held various board memberships in development agencies. He is a strategist with hands on experience in community development and stakeholder relations. His strength lies in change and diversity management

 

PROF YN GORDHAN (67) CA(SA)

Independent Non-executive

Bachelor of Commerce, Honours in
Accounting, Master of Science (Bus. Admin)

TERM

Prof Gordhan was appointed on 1 April 2017. Prof Gordhan has been Chairperson of the Board Nominations Committee which is the Committee delegated to deal with board member developmental matters and ensuring that our Board is kept abreast of industry developmental matters

EXPERIENCE

Prof Gordhan has been a non-executive director since 2006 at various public entities in the RSA. In his directorship career he has held various position including chairing of boards and audit committees.

ADV WE HUMA (57)

Independent Non-executive

BProc, Bachelor of Law,
Master of Law

TERM

Adv. Huma was appointed on 1 April 2017. Adv. Huma has been Chairperson of the Board and Distributing Agency Committee, delegated to deal with Board and Distributing agency matters as required in terms of the Act, section 26 and ensures that NLC operations are beneficiary centric and geared for Funding for Impact.

EXPERIENCE

Adv. Huma has held various executive and non-executive director positions since 1984. Has chaired various committees including audit committees since in public entities since 2001. Adv. Huma has extensive experience, knowledge and understanding of Corporate Governance, Compliance, Project, Financial and Risk Management as well as Business Administration and Law

 

MS A BROWN (43)

Independent Non-executive

Bachelor of Primary Education, MSc in Development
Planning, Executive Development Programme,
Diploma - Practical Project Management

TERM

Ms Brown was appointed on 1 April 2017. Ms Brown was appointed in terms of the Lotteries Act, section 3(b). Ms Brown serves on various board committees including the Board

EXPERIENCE

Ms Brown has been a public servant for 15 years, a majority of which she held senior management positions in monitoring and evaluation. She worked for the South African Human Rights Commission and proceeded to the following Departments, namely Land Affairs, National Prosecuting Authority, Corporative Governance and Traditional Affairs, KZN Corporative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Mineral Resources and currently at the dti. She sits on the NLC Board as the Minister’s Representative. Ms Brown is a member of the Institute of Directors South Africa (IoDSA).

ADV N NENE (37) FCIS

Company Secretary

LLB, BCom (Marketing), FCIS, Certified Ethics
Officer, International Executive Development
Programme

TERM

Ms Nene was appointed as the Company Secretary since March 2016 for a period of 5 years to provide guidance to the Board and inculcate corporate governance principles in the daily activities of the NLC.

EXPERIENCE

Ms Nene has experience in various entities, private and public entities. She is an admitted advocate in the high court of South Africa and a Fellow Chartered Company Secretary.

 


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