The role of the Council in this regard is to ensure that it pursues its mandate of consistently complying with all the relevant governance requirements. These requirements stem from the Protocol on Governance in the Public Sector, the King Code of Practice as applied in the public sector, the HCPMA, the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1 of 1999) and other relevant legislation.
The NHBRC Council also operates in terms of a Charter that has been developed in consultation with the Minister of Human Settlements. The Charter makes provision for the roles and responsibilities of Council as the accountable authority under the PFMA, 1999 vis-à-vis the roles and responsibilities of management.
This Charter is also supported by the NHBRC’s Delegation of Authority Policy in terms of which Council has delegated some of its functions and decisions to Committees and Management to ensure that business operations do not get hampered by any delays in decision making.
The Council is empowered to establish committees and to delegate some of its functions to these Sub-Committees and to the CEO, in terms of Section 5 of the Act. The delegation of functions to Committees is done under established Terms of Reference for each committee. These committees report to Council on their activities on a quarterly basis.
Council has established the following committees to ensure effective governance in the NHBRC business.
• Audit and Risk Management Committee
• Bid Adjudication Committee;
• Fund Advisory and Finance Committee;
• Human Capital and Remuneration Committee;
• Industry Advisory Committee;
• Registrations Committee;
• Social & Ethics Committee;
• Social Transformation Committee; and
• Technical Research and Advisory Committee
Abbey Chikane is a business strategist and a development economist. Over the past 20 years, Chikane has held various senior leadership and management positions in multinational corporations, global consulting and advisory services firms.
Ms Bayat is a Registered Professional Planner (PrPlanner) and serves as the Deputy Chairperson of the NHBRC.
Xoliswa Daku is the CEO of DCI Holdings a company focusing on property development, management and leasing. She is a qualified Legal practitioner with extensive experience in law, business administration, and project management
Goolam Hoosen Manack is head of the public entities governance unit of the budget office within the National Treasury Department. He’s also been appointed as an employer representative to the Political Office-Bearers Pension Fund
Lulama Potwana is the director for consumer law and policy at the Department of Trade and Industry (dti). He is an admitted attorney and holds BJuris and LLB degrees
Busisiwe Nzo is a professional quantity surveyor (PrQS) with the South African Council of Quantity Surveying Profession (SACQSP). She holds a BSc QS Honours degree from the University of Port Elizabeth
Themba Dlamini is a current Member of the NHBRC’s council and Chairperson of the Registrations Committee. Dlamini is a highly experienced business leader and Managing Director of BMF, he previously served as a CEO to a number of institutions including the following; ICASA,CETA and National Gambling Board.
Hlaleleni Dlepu is a member of the NHBRC Member of Council and currently serves as Chairperson of the Bid Adjudication Committee.
Mr. Phetola Makgathe is a member of the NHBRC Council and also serves as a member of HCREMCO & Fund Advisory and Finance Committees
Ms. Mankwana Mohale is a member of the NHBRC Council and serves amongst others as Member of HCREMCO & Bid Adjudication Committees etc.Mohale is a former Member of Parliament where she served for over 5 years.
Mr Obed Molotsi currently serves as the NHBRC’s Member of Council and aDepartment of Public Works Representative. Molotsi is a dedicated senior public official with vast expertise in the build environment, project management and architecture.