Thulile Mthethwa – CEO and Founder of Memeza Shout Crime Prevention
A Software Developer turned Social Entrepreneur, Thuli graduated from Rhodes University with a Bsc. Computer Science/Information Systems degree. In 2012 she graduated from UNISA with Honours Information Systems. She has been a victim of crime countless times; in March 2012 a family member was brutally attacked and robbed of everything in her house. Since then Thuli has vowed to give all her time to fighting crime and violence against Woman and Children in South Africa. In October 2012, she founded Memeza Shout Crime Prevention
A Graduate of Rhodes University, Ms Munisi is currently the Investment Officer at The Innovation Hub. A well rounded Financial Advisor who understand the global and domestic macro-economic environment and the impact it has on companies’ direction and strategy, growth and profitability. She oversees the process for funding, in particular – evaluation, due diligence (analysis and assessment) of proposals, commercialization strategies and business model guidance, negotiating of deal terms, preparing Investment recommendations for the Investment Committee, and assisting companies in the development and implementation of financial and statistical investment.
A dynamic leader with a wealth of experience in Enterprise Systems development and implementation. Henkie has worked extensively in industries such as transportation, telecommunications, media, and supply chain management. He has fulfilled a myriad of roles including project leadership, business analysis, architecture, software development, and change management.
Thokozani Jacob Masilela
Current chairperson of the Gauteng provincial community police boards responsible for 142 police precincts in Gauteng. reporting to the Mec- community safety and the Gauteng provincial legislature’s portfolio committee – community safety.
previously deputy chairperson of the Gauteng provincial CPF board between 2012 to 2016. TJ Masilela has worked at Johannesburg metro police department, was a member of Ekurhuleni community safety forum and current member of the Ekurhuleni civilian oversight committee. TJ remain passionate about crime fighting as result received many awards including the crime line award for community mobilization and best run Germiston cluster community police board award.
he studying towards his master’s degree and has written research paper for saps research colloquium: the effectiveness of community policing forums in addressing crime at local level.
A feisty community fighter and leader who, through her relentless pursuit for community betterment, empowerment and upliftment, has for many years, been the pillar of Tembisa. Through Lebone Aids Care Project that she runs, hundreds of orphans are fed and taken care of on a daily basis, and the many families that are directly or indirectly affected by HIV AIDS.
Ntate Legodi has over 30 years’ experience in working with SAPS and Community Policing forums. Being the oldest member of the team at 75, Ntate is our key community speaker, specifically in township and rural environments. Ntate Legodi has trusted relationships with key Government role players, such as the MEC Community Safety. Memeza is a community project in rural and urban areas across the country people live in a fear of crime and we must promote accountability to encourage co-operation between the community and police to build strong positive partnership. The team needs to work hard to support the government and ensure the projects are successful. The leaders of this partnership should have a good understanding and vision on crime prevention. Memeza alarms send signals straight to police member’s station commanders, Vispol heads, Duty of office sectors managers, Relief commanders, CPF members, Patrollers and neighbours close to the installed alarms.