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The Weli Mazamisa Foundation is a newly established Non-Profit Organization formed in honor of Professor Mazamisa’s legacy of his love for children and education for every African child.
In setting up the foundation, the Mazamisa family’s intention is to capture his
values and wishes for the African continent by making a lasting impact that
changes people’s lives through responsible educational development and
The Foundation also strives to encourage people not to lose hope but claim
their place in all spheres of life through educational development,
empowerment, and providing the necessary resources and mentorship.
Our focus is to mobilize communities, donors, and other relevant stakeholders that would contribute to Professor Mazamisa’s vision.
At Weli Mazamisa Foundation we believe in transformation from poverty to
hope, obstacles to opportunities, and from oppression to triumph.
As Weli Mazamisa Foundation we celebrate the rich diversity of our country
and praise many individuals and organizations who steadfastly remained
committed to the breaking of the cycle of marginalization and poverty in South Africa.
Adelaide Nomalungelo Mazamisa, the wife of the late Prof Mazamisa is a qualified teacher with over 40 years’ experience in education, translations, and project coordination. She has used her language skills to do professional translations for international news agencies.
Affectionately known to many as Lulu, she holds a Bachelor of Social Science in Gender & Women’s Studies from UCT, that has helped her work with women and the elderly in the Langa congregation of the Uniting Reformed Church in South Africa.
She has also worked as freelancer for Dutch television. Translated and edited interviews and newsreels from South African languages into Dutch and English.
Ms Mazamisa has also been a member of several organisations and associations including Christian Women’s Ministries where she was the Deputy President. She was also a board
member of TEAM- (Train and Educate to Affirm the Marginalized) and a member of the National Council of African Women.
She is fluent in Xhosa, Zulu, Sesotho, Setswana, English, Afrikaans, Dutch
Nomalungelo Mazamisa – Chairperson
Tswang Letlape – Chief Executive Officer
Tswang Letlape has a Diploma in Medical Technology specialising in Virology obtained from Tshwane University of Technology formerly known as Technikon Northern Transvaal.
Mr Letlape has 18 years of technical and marketing experience in the Medical Laboratories industry. This includes a role of Chief Medical technologist, laboratory assistant manager, acting laboratory manager, National Coordinator in quality assurance department overseeing the
implementation of QA system across 240 National Health Laboratories nationwide. He has also played a role as Chief Operating Officer at IrcaGlobal, Managing Director in his own logistics company, and Founder and CEO of Kgathole Investments.
He completed Management Advancement Programme (MAP) at Wits Business School with distinctions in Operational Management, Strategic Management and Economics leading him to be awarded a top 3rd performer in class. He also holds a Certificate in Business Management
from MANCOSA Tswang brings a wealth of knowledge in Business Strategy, Training and Coordination.
Olebogeng Mosala has a Bachelor’ of Commerce Degree in Quantitative Management (UNISA), Post graduate certificate in Operational Risk (Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments), trained in Analysis Bank’s Financial Statements (EURO Money) as well as ACI Dealing Trading and Operations (ACI Financial Markets Association). d
She is an accomplished Audit, Surveillance, Risk and Compliance Management Professional with 10 years’ experience in the South African and International Banking Sector.
Ms Mosala currently is the CEO of her own company, Ongeya Investments
Olebogeng Mosala – Non-Executive Director
Sipho Mahokoto – Development Advisor
Dr. Sipho Mahokoto is a Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology and Ecclesiology department, teaching Ethics and Public Theology, Faculty of Theology, Stellenbosch University.
He also serves as a part time Minister of the Word in the Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa (URCSA), Kayamandi, Stellenbosch.
Dr Mahokoto is the co-editor of the book with: (Robert Vosloo, Sipho Mahokoto and Marthinus J. Havenga, editors) Broken Bodies and Redemptive Tables: The Lord’s Supper and its theological, historical, and socio-political dimensions, Bible Media, Biblecor, Wellington, South
Malusi Dlamini is an accountant, specialising in both, government finance (both municipality and departments) and private sector finance.
He possesses a National Diploma in Cost and Management Accounting and recently completed a Municipal Finance and Supply Chain Management, formerly known as CPMD with the University of Witwatersrand.
Mr Dlamini is currently completing his B Compt Degree in Managerial Accounting with Unisa. His experience includes working for the office of the Auditor-General, Indaka Local Municipality, Madayeni Consulting as well as Irca/ Global among others.
Mr Dlamini brings 17 years of diverse financial, auditing, risk management experience and background from various companies to the Foundation.
Malusi Dlamini – Chief Financial Officer