Governance

Structure

WCSA COUNCIL

  • Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)
  • Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA)
  • National Council of Trade Unions(NACTU)
  • Abanqobi Workers Union (AWU)
  • Chemical Energy Paper Printing Wood & Allied Workers Union(CEPPWAWU)
  • Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA (DENOSA)
  • Food and Allied Workers Union (FAWU)
  • Health and Other Service Personnel Trade Union of SA(HOSPERSA)
  • Hospitality Industries & Allied Workers Union(HIAWU)
  • Independent Municipal & Allied Trade Union(IMATU)
  • National General Workers’ Union(NAGEWU)
  • National Sugar & Refining and Allied Industries’ Employees’ Union(NASARAEIU)
  • National Security & Unqualified Workers’ Union(NASUWU)
  • National Education, Health & Allied Workers’ Union (NEHAWU)
  • National Union of Mineworkers(NUM)
  • National Union of Leather & Allied Workers(NULAW)
  • National Union of Metal of SA (NUMSA)
  • Public & Allied Workers Union of SA(PAWUSA)
  • Police & Prisons Civil Rights Union(POPCRU)
  • Professional Transport & Allied Workers Union(PTAWU)
  • South Africa Commercial, Catering & Allied Workers Union(SACCAWU)
  • Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers Union(SACTWU)
  • South African Chemical Workers’ Union(SACWU)
  • South African Democratic Teachers Union(SADTU)
  • South African Municipal Workers’ Union(SAMWU)
  • South African Transport & Allied Workers’ Union (SATAWU)
  • South African National Civic Organisation(SANCO)

WCSA BOARD

The Board/Board members oversee the governance of day to day issues at the College.

  • Phumlani DumaChairperson
  • Richard Hlophe Deputy Chairperson
  • Dominic MsiyaSecretary
  • Zodwa MzindleAdditional Member
  • Khaliphile CotozaAdditional Member
  • Samora NeneAdditional Member
  • Makhosazana XabaAdditional Member
  • Ntombi NdlovuAdditional Member
  • Siphiwe ZondiAdditional Member
  • Mncedisi DlaminiAdditional Member
  • Khethiwe GcabaAdditional Member
  • Delani ThwalaAdditional Member
Phumlani Duma | Chairperson

WCSA BOARD COMMITTEES

WCSA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

  • Phumlani DumaChairperson
  • Dominic MsiyaSecretary
  • Richard Hlophe Additional Member

WCSA STAFFING & REMUNERATION COMMITTEE

  • Richard MkhungoChairperson
  • Director
  • Ntombi Ndlovu
  • Zodwa Mzindle
  • Samora Nene
  • Delani Thwala

CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY REVIEW COMMITTEE

  • Phumlani DumaChairperson
  • Director
  • Richard Mkhungo
  • Samora Nene
  • Delani Twala
  • Advocate Jafta

WCSA AUDIT AND RISK COMMITTEE

  • Khaliphile CotozaAdditional Member
  • Ntombi NdlovuAdditional Member
  • Makhosazana XabaDirector
  • Finance Manager
  • Advocate Jafta

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE

  • Phumlani DumaChairperson
  • Director
  • Makhosazana Xaba
  • Ntombi Ndlovu
  • Siphiwe Zondi

DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE

  • Siphiwe ZondiChairperson
  • Zodwa Mzindle
  • Ntombi Ndlovu
  • Delani Thwala

WCSA FINANCE COMMITTEE

  • Zodwa MzindleChairperson
  • Makhosazana Xaba
  • Phumlani Duma
  • Khaliphile Cotoza
  • Director
  • Finance Manager

CORE MANDATE COMMITTEE

  • DirectorChairperson
  • Phumlani Duma
  • Head of Education
  • Head of Research and Innovation
  • Siphiwe Zondi
  • Samora Nene

WCSA MANAGEMENT

Name & Surname

Department

Designation

Mr. Dominic Msiya

Governance & Administration

Director and Principal

Miss Lungile Biyela

Assistant Registrar: Student Academic Administration

Academic Programme Coordinator

Vacant

 

Assistant Registrar: Committee Administration
& Legal Compliance

Committee Administration & Compliance
Coordinator

Dr Gillo Momo

Education

Head of Department

Dr John Mhandu

Research, Library and Information Resources

Head of Department

Mr Emmanuel Moloi

Corporative Services

Head of Department

Mr Mlungisi Mtolo

Finance

Head of Department

The Workers’ College is a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) and Non-Profit Organisation which has been serving the labour movement, and communities in South Africa and on the continent of Africa, since its inception in 1991.

Its main focus has been to raise the levels of skills, capacities, understanding and the consciousness of trade union activists at a political, social, and economic level, so that they would be able to engage with the challenges that confront them, especially in the workplace, in their sectoral institutions (such as bargaining councils, SETAs, health and safety committees) and in the broader society.