The KCT Team

The Board of Trustees operates in terms of a formal written charter which comprises a balance of leadership with nonexecutive trustees, whom are appointed by the Board through a formal process.

The Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial Officer are attendees at board meetings. The Trust and its trustees are committed to complying with the principles of openness, integrity including accountability as advocated in the King Report on Governance of South Africa (King IV).

Board of Trustees 

The Board of Trustees operates in terms of a formal written charter and comprises a balance of leadership with nonexecutive trustees, whom are appointed by the Board through a formal process. The Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial Officer are attendees at board meetings. The Trust and its trustees are committed to complying with the principles of openness, integrity and accountability as advocated in the King Report on Governance for South Africa (King IV). The following committees assist the Board in discharging its collective responsibility for corporate governance.

Audit and Risk Management Committee 

The Audit and Risk Management Committee provides a forum for discussing business risk and control issues. It also monitors the work of external and internal auditors and reviews the annual financial statements.

Finance Committee 

The Finance Committee ensures the competence and integrity of the Khayelitsha Community Trust Group’s financial management processes.

Human Resource and Remuneration Committee 

The Human Resource and Remuneration Committee assists the Board in fulfilling its obligations regarding human resources, including performance and succession matters.

Marketing and PR Committee 

The Marketing and Public Relations Committee develops strategies that encourage the target audience’s involvement and generates interest and awareness in the organisation’s mission through its projects.

Procurement and Bidding Committee

The Procurement and Bidding Committee reviews the Trust’s procurement policies and practices to ensure that they are in line with current best practice. It also ensures that all procurement processes are conducted in a fair and ethical manner, whilst complying with the Trust’s Supply Chain Management Policy. This guarantees that the Trust and investment companies’ empowerment policies are vigorously implemented when procuring goods and services.

Development Committee 

The Development Committee assists the Board in carrying out its due diligence function relating to development plans. It creates an enabling environment, provides a supporting role, facilitates implementation through strategic direction and develops supporting operation systems.