Meet the SALGC Team
Developing leaders and economically wealthy and self-sustainable communities is in our team’s DNA! SALGC has recruited a number of motivated, experienced, transparent, trustworthy and qualified staff members who form our management team.
Mr Buti Seipei – Executive Chairman
I am a God fearing married man with two boys aged 10 and 16 years, I live in Boksburg, Johannesburg. I love the outdoors and nature activities such as Hiking, Cycling, Fishing and just being appreciative of Life and awesome Creation of GOD.
I am a person who works well with others; strive to contribute to the better of working ways, a leader, harness diversity and continually refining self to be the best at best!
I am currently employed by the SABC as the Manager Television Media (Ops and Tech Support for all TV Facilities) at Aucklandpark, Johannesburg. My journey started in 1997 as an intern, to Senior Technician, to Technology Manager, HOD Post-production and Manager TV Media. I have been ever passionate of being a broadcaster to date.
I have strived to acquire knowledge and education through various institutions to enlighten and qualify myself. The following are some of the institutions I went to –
- Technikon Witwatersrand/ UJ – Electrical Engineering Light Current (NDip.)
- Gordon Institute of Business Science – Management Development Program (NQF Level 6)
- Regenesys Business School – Leadership Development Program (@ MBA level)
- Many OEM Broadcasting Technical Training Locally and Abroad – Sony | Panasonic | Grassvalley | AVID |just to mention a few.
Mr Stanley Mmotong – Chief Financial Officer
Mr Stanley Mmotong a family man who is very passionate about community development and empowering youth from rural areas. His professional career as an accountant spans 27 years in both public and private sector. His passion is converting numbers to a meaningful and understandable report for decision making.
His career was shapped by studying at –
- Peninsula Technicon – Diploma: Cost and Management Accountant
- University of South Africa – Btech: Cost and Management Accountant
- Chattered Institute of Management Accountants – Diploma: Management Accounting
Mrs Mmule’ Ramothibe – SALGC Board Audit and Finance
Mmule Ramothibe is an Advisory Services and Audit professional spanning over 15 years expertise in Risk-based operational, Financial Audit environment, Sarbanes Oxley compliance as well as Information Systems Audit Assurance.
During her training at Deloitte, she managed the USAID portfolio account the exposure of which ignited her passion to serve NPO, including as well the less fortunate. She is an MBA graduate, an ambitious, commercially aware and operationally astute individual.
A wife and a mother of 13 year old twins, boy and girl, and an auntie to many. She is passionate about health and wellness, creativity and travel. She spends her spare time refining her work to serve the girl child community through the Nandikwa dolls, a brand she developed to address the shortage of ethnic dolls within Africa, the mandate of which is to instil dignity, pride, confidence and self-love in the mind of the young.
She is fluent in French, amongst other 6 SA spoken languages. She is also passionate about writing, an author of two books, My Silent Cries and A letter to myself. Her mantra in life “No girl gets left behind”.
Mr. Sipho Nkosi - Executive IT Director
Sipho Nkosi is a husband to one wife and a father to three children. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from one of the leading universities in South Africa. He currently works as a Project Manager for a water utility in Gauteng where he manages multidisciplinary projects.
He is passionate about personal and community developments, reading, motivating, teaching and sharing knowledge. He also has a passion in IT application. He managed the social media platforms for his church.
Sipho believes in the saying that says “whatever a mind of a man can conceives and believe, it can achieve”.
Mr. Bongani 'Bo' Tlabakoe - Honorary Chairperson
Bo’s the founder and Honorary chairman of South African Leadership Gentlemen’s Club. Passionate about leadership development and mentoring through his strategic business and leadership acumen acquired through his tertiary education and extended corporate experience.
A father, and a Golfer, he places great emphasis on trust and believe in God, a disciplinarian who is results orientated in everything he gets involved in. Bo’ founded SALGC due to his personal intolerance of the degeneration of the communities and homes, poor leadership on many levels of our communities and the continued abuse and killing of women, children and each other. He has set the following two goals for himself to be achieved in the first five years of the club;
- For SALGC to be a NPO of choice for all South African men and boys, thus having its founding pillars dominating leadership conversation.
- His personal goal is to ensure that SALGC acquires accreditation as a facilitating institution developing and producing leaders in communities forgotten by business and the government.
Mr Sandile Swana – Non-Executive Board and Executive Advisor
Mr Sandile Swana has been in private business since 1996. He presently runs Sable Assets a software engineering and management consulting and training company.
He completed a BCom degree at Wits in BIS and Economics, a BCom Honours in Logistics from Unisa and an MBA at UP. He consults widely on Risk Management and Good Governance and has taught part-time on the subject at Wits Business School and Wits School of Governance since 2007. He also completed BTh and BTh honors in Christian Leadership and Ethics at Unisa. He is an accredited preacher of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa. Sandile has two adult children and one grandson.
Sandile is married to Boni and is a Sowetan by birth and lives in Mogale City.
SALGC Governing Body
SALGC is a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) and therefore has a board of directors who are not members of the company. The directors set the strategy for the organisation and approve allocation of funds towards projects in order to pursue the strategy. The advisory is put in place as an accountability tool for the board.
Our management exists solely of local people who know the communities and are able therefore able to relate to both our beneficiaries and project partners.