Ntataise
 

Our Team

 
Puleng Lydia Motsoeneng  Director Ntataise Free State,  assessor and moderator
Puleng Lydia Motsoeneng
Director
Sarah McGuigan 
Sarah McGuigan
Director
Rachel Leshoro 
Rachel Leshoro
Programme co-ordinator
Alice Chomane
Facilitator, assessor and
moderator
Alice Chomane
Facilitator, assessor and moderator
Mantoa Mokhothu Facilitator and Assessor 
Mantoa Mokhothu
Facilitator and assessor
Maleboheng LeburuMoleboheng Leburu
Facilitator, assessor and moderator
Sandra Mokwena  Enrichment Programme  facilitator   
Sandra Mokwena
Facilitator and Assessor
Margie Norval  Financial management   
Margie Norval
Financial management
Dikeledi Tsuela Administration
Dikeledi Tsuela
Mosupatsela Facilitator and Data Capturer

Tseleng Mkhwanazi
Tseleng Mkhwanazi
Assistant Outreach Programme facilitator

Simone Rawlings Fundraising and HR
Simone Rawlings
Fundraising and HR
Kaley Le Mottee
Kaley Le Mottee
Monitoring, evaluation and project manager
Ellen Mokitlane
Outreach Programme
facilitator
Ellen Mokitlane
Outreach Programme facilitator

Melita Khumalo  Outreach Programme
facilitator
Melita Kakudi
Outreach Programme facilitator

Carla Prinsloo
Carla Prinsloo
Administrator
Sam Modiakgotla Driver
Sam Modiakgotla
Driver
Emmah Guza Housekeeping  
Emmah Guza
Housekeeping
 Margaret Sothoane Housekeeping  
Margaret Sothoane
Housekeeping

Latest News

More than 100 ECD practitioners obtain a level 4 qualification during a pandemic, thanks to Ntataise

The Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated socio-economic ills, unemployment, and affordability for many within the country. While some lost jobs, others have lost hope of any formal employment in these current times. However, despite these challenges, not-for-profit organisation (NPO), Ntataise, celebrates the passion and resilience of 125 young people to change their story and contribute positively to the economic efforts of the country, even at this time.

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Ntataise and its Network aim to shape children's beliefs and attitudes regarding gender equality

Ntataise has long been seen as a pioneer in the Early Childhood Development sector. Founded in 1980, it has for more than 40 years worked to help women in disadvantaged, primarily rural communities gain the knowledge and skills they need to establish effective and sustainable ECD programmes for the children in their care.

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2020 Ntataise Annual Report

2020 was a year of unprecedented challenges. However also a year of extraordinary achievement for Ntataise, as together with our Network we faced a crisis head on and emerged even more resilient. The continued support and input of Ntataise’s Board of Trustees, Network members, Funders, and partners, including government, made this possible

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