An ordained minister of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa in her 31st year of ministry holds a Masters Degree in Theology from Stellenbosch University. She has served as a Community Development Project Board chair in Beaufort West. Presently she is the Bishop of the Cape of Good Hope Synod. She is married to Stafford and has two adult daughters, Melanie and Bethany.
Retired English and professional studies lecturer (Foundation Phase). She is still actively involved with NGO's and organisations, facilitating Literacy in Early Childhood Development and primary school settings. A practising Christian, her qualifications include a B.A., HDE, B.Ed, and M.Ed
45 years' financial experience in JSE-listed companies. Formerly CFO of Paramount Property Fund and Tower Property Fund. He is currently Director of Ovland Management Services, an accounting, tax and secretarial service provider.
Tommy Bunguzana is an admitted advocate of the High Court of SA and has twenty five (25) years of legal practice experience. He is currently employed as a Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions in the National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa, based in Cape Town. Is the General Secretary of the Young Men’s Guild in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa.
Retired teacher, head of the English department, Deputy Chief Education Specialist for English, and Director for Curriculum Studies: FET. She currently serves as the Vice President of the Methodist Women’s Manyano in the Dumisani circuit. She is the Education Desk Co-ordinator of the Cape of Good Hope District.
Marsh Homes forms a significant part of Lesley’s childhood as a “manse child”. She now brings to the board a background in Chemical Engineering, experience working across cultures with churches in Thailand, time as the South African National Director of an international mission organisation, and current work in research writing and curation.
Is a retired Educator with experience in Primary and Adult Education. She currently represents the Cape of Good Hope Women's Auxiliary Synod President.
Born into a Methodist family. Educated in Gauteng and then trained as a teacher in Cape Town. One of the schools she taught at was Marsh Memorial Homes School. She was also secretary at Rosebank Methodist.
An ordained minister of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa and a registered Social Worker with a degree in Social Work from Wits. Has served on various NPO management committees while ministering to the Methodist people in Rosebank, Wynberg and Bergvleit.