Led by Bishop Rubin Phillip, SALO’s leadership is made up of a dynamic group of Board members assisted by a Reference Group.
Richard Smith is currently working part-time as the coordinator of the African Insider Mediators Platform and as technical advisor to the ACTION Support Centre. As a conflict and development specialist and a dialogue facilitator he also has ongoing commitments to the … Continue reading
Ms Isabella Matambanadzo is a Zimbabwean feminist activist. Born on June 5th, 1973, she was raised with a deep awareness of her country’s struggles for liberation, emancipation and self-determination, which has influenced her life’s path. Isabella has worked in various … Continue reading
Charmaine Williamson is currently doing a Doctorate in the strategic decision- making processes of Official Development Assistance (ODA) within South Africa and with a view to South Africa’s potential ODA engagements on the continent. She has worked intensively in the … Continue reading
Professor Rob Moore is Deputy Vice Chancellor (Partnerships and Advancement) at the University of the Witwatersrand (‘Wits’) in Johannesburg. He joined Wits in 2006 as Director of Strategic Planning and, in 2007, he was appointed as Deputy Vice Chancellor (Advancement … Continue reading
Joan Brickhill was a journalist, broadcaster and political activist in Southern Africa over three decades. Among others she worked for various African publications, Radio Freedom and the ANC Information Department in Lusaka, the BBC World Service/African Service, and the Zimbabwe … Continue reading