STAFF AT IKHWEZI
CANDY MOLEFE ( ACTING PRINCIPAL)
KUKI MATIWANA (TEACHER)
ZIPHELILE NGALWA (PRE-GRADE R TEACHER)
NCEBAKAZI KANGA (TEACHER)
AMOHELANG MOKOLE ( ADMINISTRATOR)
NTHATISI MABEA (COOK)
NTHATISI MABEA (COOK)
NOBUNTU KRELE (CLEANER)
TRUSTEES AT IKHWEZI
Guy and Liza
Guy and Liza became involved with Ikhwezi back in 2007 when the founder, Father Roger Hickley, asked Guy to assist. Ikhwezi at that stage comprised one forty foot container subdivided into two classrooms and an RDP house serving as an ablution block and kitchen. There were 32 children. Guy and Liza have seen Ikhwezi develop to five times this size to today.
Liza runs the family-owned hardware business in Bettys Bay. Guy is an energy economist and has been consulting for sixteen years after a career at BP Southern Africa for 22 years.
Ikhwezi is central to their community work and as Liza says “It is so rewarding to see the smile on the children’s faces when you visit the School”.
Ann Bradford (together with her late husband George) were involved with the setting up of Ikhwezi from the outset, together with the acquisition of property, additional land and the establishment of the Ikhwezi Educare Trust and its registration with the relevant authorities.
Ann is now retired and living in Cape Town but retains an active interest in Ikhwezi and everything pertaining to the children.
Ilse and Nigel Kayser
Ilse and Nigel Kayser grew up and still live Grabouw. Ilse is an attorney and Nigel is a project manager at the local municipality.
The couple have intimate knowledge of the difficult socio economic environment in which too many of South Africa’s youth are growing up. Seeking means to contribute to the upliftment of youth, to serve and give back to the community, they leapt at the opportunity to join Ikhwezi Educare in 2018.
At Ikhwezi Educare they have found like minded individuals who share their vision. They hope to continue playing their part in giving our future leaders a good headstart in life.
Cathy Dreyer has been in education for 40 years. Her first job was as a Grade 1 teacher in Mthatha.
She later worked at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, evaluating the practical lessons of Foundation phase student teachers throughout the Cape Peninsula. She was then recruited to lecture on Early Childhood Education at Northlink and Boland Colleges where she also mentored ECD teachers.
Cathy feels privileged to be able to use her knowledge and experience to help grow Ikhwezi.
Liz McGregor is an author and journalist who has worked on several South African newspapers as well as the Guardian in London. She has published several books, including Unforgiven, Springbok Factory, Touch, Pause, Engage! and Khazbela. Liz is delighted to be able to make a contribution to growing Ikhwezi.