Board Members

Board Members


Pick n Pay’s Head of Sustainability and leads the Pick n Pay CSR programme. He holds an MBA from the University of Stellenbosch Business School and PCSB from Cambridge University.

 Pick n Pay has an integrated SDG aligned CSR programme which focusses on: building more ethical and inclusive supply chains; introducing increased efficiencies in energy and water consumption and decreasing waste; promoting healthy living; supporting education through the Pick n Pay Schools Club and a range of community empowerment initiative

Lea-Anne Moses

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Lea-Anne is co-director at 2030UP, a social enterprise that works towards economic justice for black women in South Africa. She has over 20 years of experience in media, corporate communications and corporate social responsibility, having worked for a number of blue-chip companies such as etv, Media24, Maersk and Capitec Bank. 

Her expertise lies in innovation, sustainability, communications and crises management. Lea-Anne holds a Bachelor of Journalism and Media Studies degree from Rhodes University, and an MPhil (specialising in Inclusive Innovation) from UCT’s Graduate School of Business.

 Aside from her board duties for Velokhaya, she also serves as a trustee for The Reach Trust. In her downtime, she enjoys reading, trail running and cycling.

Themba Mthethwa

Human Rights Attorney and a versatile executive with a penchant of BEE activism. He has an impressive array of academic credentials and career successes. Strong visionary and analytical skills are the key to his proven track record in creating restructured efficiency and profitable turnarounds. 

By managing original concepts with workable formulas, he is able to strategise future growth, bottom line saving and harmonious work arenas for his chosen environment. He has been appointed as a Board Member of various entities. He served as General Counsel of the Port Authority of South Africa and represented the Port Authority in various Department of Transport committees.  

He also served as an Special Advisor to former eThekwini City Manager, Dr Sutcliffe and as an Executive in various entities, including being the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of South African Local Government Association, Chief Executive Officer of the Public Protector South Africa (‘PPSA”) for six years and the Chief Ombudsman of the Community Schemes Ombud Service of South Africa (“CSOS’’).

Appointed, currently by the Minister of Human Settlements as the Human Settlements Ombudsman, amongst other things resolving complaints from the Construction Industry. Mr. Mthethwa has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Wits Business School, University of the Witwatersrand. I’m currently a part time Coach on Leadership for Wits Business School MBA students. 

Luthando Kaka

My name is Luthando Kaka, a Nelson Mandela Washington Fellow 2020 Civic leadership (postponed to 2021), co-founder and operations director of the Nelson Mandela Legacy Ride4Hope, a Nelson Mandela Day initiative in celebration of Nelson Mandela’s centenary year commemoration and Legacy program.

I am passionate about Social Impact, Development-professional sports, sponsorship, Events and project management, governance and capacity building.A Communicator, Marketer, Journalist and a versatile executive with an impressive array of academic credentials and career successes.

I have a degree in Communication Science, Diploma in Journalism and a number of accolades in my current career path. I started my professional career as an intern at Independent Newspapers daily, Cape Argus. I further worked for Touchline Media’s Bicycling Magazine as an Editorial Assistant before taking up Cycling as a fulltime career both local and International.

Having shown leadership qualities, I was appointed Captain of a Professional Cycling Team of the Bonitas Medical Aid Cycling Team before making time for off the bike career path.
I started my cycling and social development path in Velokhaya, fist as a beneficiary, at a later time on its leadership structures. As co-founder and director Operations of Ride4Hope, in a space of 3 years, we raised over four Millions rands for the Nelson Mandela Foundation, built two classrooms for schools in KZN and made various computer lab donations to multiple schools across the country.

Apart from various sporting accolades including The Sport and Recreation ministerial Green book inclusion, I was a professional cyclist for a Danish Based Team; Glued & Marstrand Horsens Cycling Team for Two years, completed High performance training in Geneva, Switzerland at the UCI. I am a Mail and Gurdian top 200 under 35 Leadership for 2020, in Sport and recreation.