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In the light of national emergencies like the prevailing drought and electricity challenges, SU centres nationally are finding ways of transforming bad habits into life-giving initiatives.
As good stewards of God’s creation, Christians need to be at the forefront of putting sustainable environmental solutions into place. Each of our regional offices, youth centres, campsites and bookshops need to be community leading examples of aspects like water saving, recycling and energy-saving.
The SU IT Team developed a successful rain-harvesting project at 83 Campground Road, Rondebosch. This system uses stored rain water to provide toilet flushing and basin water. Investing now in infrastructure for the future will help in the long run – and it’s the right thing to do.
Join us as we live out our witness to those around us – and let’s include young people in the planning and implementing of these projects.
SU Operations Director, Alan Pitt, was fortunate to visit the ministry of Kingdom DNA in terms of their sports outreach at Khayamandi (Stellenbosch), using the base of Kuyasa for their venue. Under the leadership of Casper Steenkamp, this outreach involves a focus on tennis and a broader lifeskills and discipling component.
Using portable nets with marked lines on a tarmac, Casper and his team of volunteers smartly set up their courts and engage the various age groups in some rousing tennis, having opened in prayer and a brief devotion.
SU’s ministry will enriched in years to come through contact and mutual support with individuals like Casper and their passion for reaching the young people of our country. Thank you to The Mergon Foundation for encouraging active partnering – it is paying dividends!
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Chairperson: Ray Eachus
National Treasurer: Rory Shea
Chair (Bible Engagement Committee): David Leslie
General Director: Tony Nzanzah
Operations Director: Alan Pitt
Finance Director: Thea Viljoen
Bookkeeper: Michelle Revell
Camping Coordinator: Vacant
Finance Assistant: Alice Chinya
Development Coordinator: Rob Mackay
Resource Coordinator: Xavier Moran
Business Director: Jim Mathew
Monitor and Evaluation: Cynthia Ncube
SU Foundation: Peter Holmes
National Administrator: Marc Nadler
Development Assistant: Cynthia Ncube
Personnel Secretary: Sharon Viljoen
Financial Assistant: Lyn McCraw
Gen Director PA & Marketing Coord: Melissa Martheze
Financial Assistant: Michelle Revell
Receptionist & Donations Secretary: Lucinda Hendrick
Bookshops (Gen Manager): Jenny Griffiths
Bookshops Accountant: Aileen Galloway
Bookshops PA: Vacant
Training Coordinator: Garland Sam
Admin: Natasha Solomon
Donor Base Admin: Vacant
Bookshop Manager: Jenny Griffiths
Stock Replenishment Clerk: Vacant
Accountant: Shirley Jacobs
Accountant: Aileen Galloway
Bookshop Assistant: Charmaine Willenburg
Bookshop Assistant: Jeanette McCleur
Shipping Supervisor: Naomi Panti
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Regional Director: Thabo Putu
SU Worker: Martha Nhlapo
SU Worker: Kwala Mapena
SU Worker: Cynthia Schafer
Administration: Wendy Khoza
Secretary: Gloria Potse
Bookshop Manager: Nolene Mponda
Regional Director: Jayce Naidoo
Assist Regional Director: Vacant
SU Worker: Neo Mashau
SU Worker: Sihle Madonsela
SU Worker: Garland Sam
SU Worker: Abigail Pillay
Executive Trustee: Janet Hardie
Campsite Director: Shaun Easom
Admin Manager: Vyan Easom
Catering & Housekeeping Manager: Chrystal Warries
Programming & Internship Manager: Graham Marshall
Admin Assistant: Denishia Hartzenberg
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