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Aneleh Fourie-Le Roux.

Training Manager

AnelehThe first seeds of HIV involvement were planted in Aneleh in the early 1990s when she met Rev. Christo Greyling. Her studies in Development Studies motivated her to become involved as a volunteer with the Stellenbosch Aids Action. This led to full-time employment as Training Coordinator with this organisation.

Aneleh became a co-worker of CABSA in 2003 and is now in a part-time capacity responsible for training and mentoring at CABSA. Aneleh is married to Gerhard and they live and breathe in Somerset West where they are close to the mountains and the sea!

You can contact her at the Wellington Office or by e-mail



Clive Swartz

Churches Channels of Hope Programme Coordinator                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Clive Clive was born in Cape Town. Since his graduation in 1996 with a diploma in theology, he has spent over twenty years in pastoral ministry to date. In the meantime, he has completed his BMin degree also. He has a heart for people and this has soon lead him onto the path of people who are living with HIV.  Becoming involved with World Vision’s Channels of Hope in Child Protection and Gender-Based Violence, further developed a passion in him, to see that the church accomplish their mandate towards the vulnerable.

 “I was welcomed by Logy Murray to a ministry and not to just an organisation.” He sees CABSA as a tool in the hand of God to support churches to reach their “God mandate” with a specific focus on equipping church leaders to be efficient and effective in their field of ministry towards people living with HIV and AIDS. Clive is a family man, married to Anette and have two children Abigail and Kyle. They are his pride and joy and he is passionate about them.

You can reach Clive at the Wellington Office or on

Meloney Goliath

Admin and Finance Clerk

MeloneyMeloney was born and bred in Paarl, one of 4 children.

She has a passion for people and sees herself meeting the needs of her brothers and sisters.

She looks forward to her involvement at CABSA every day. She sees her job as a commitment and challenge and feels privileged to be linked with CABSA.

Her interest is reading, she loves the sea and nature.

You can contact her at Head Office or by e-mail or at the Wellington Office

Training Teams, Contract Staff and Regional Representatives

CABSA uses a network of coworkers as training team members and regional representatives - read more about some of these valuable coworkers.

Jan van Rooyen
 Webmaster and developer (Contract work)

JanJan has a background in the Natural Sciences, Human Resources, Training Management and Organisations Development. Typically of the way he works, he taught himself web design in 1997 when he got fed up with web developers that did not want to share their knowledge with him. 

His focus is on helping people 'understand'. He loves sharing and debating what he knows - or thinks he does - be it about organisations, strategic planning, organisation culture, change or websites. He is currently also working on processes for sharing the experiences and knowledge he gained in the business world with NGO’s, which is where the real world -changing things are happening.

You can contact Jan here

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Regional Representatives 2015

What is a CABSA representative?
CABSA has people who 'represent' the organisation in many different ways; Staff, Board and Management Committee members, Facilitators etc.

A special group within the orgaisation is the people we call 'representatives'.

One of the ways in which CABSA, a small organisation with limited resources, expands our capacity is through part time and ad hoc agreements with CABSA Representatives.  CABSA representatives are trained Churches, Channels of Hope facilitators who share CABSA’s dream of caring Christian communities, ministering reconciliation and hope in a world with HIV and commit to assist the organisation in various ways.These are not CABSA employees, but volunteers or people with whom we 'contract' for a few hours a month.

A CABSA regional representative is a member of the CABSA mentoring team who is specifically allocated to build and maintain relationships with a group of facilitators from a specific region. Lead trainers of the CABSA Churches, Channels of Hope programme represents CABSA in a special way during training. All CABSA representatives may also from time to time represent CABSA at events and in initial discussions with other organisations and networks.

CABSA regional representatives will contact trained facilitators in the area they represent and will offer them support.  You are also welcome to contact your regional representative if you need any support, encouragement, prayer or other guidance.

What if there is no CABSA representative in the province or region I stay?
We aim to identify a CABSA representative for all the regions in Africa where there is a cluster of trained facilitators. However, this is not always possible. If you need any assistance or support you are most welcome to contact Aneleh Fourie-Le Roux, the mentor coordinator, with your requests and needs.

Meet your Regional Representatives......
First, meet them all together, with Aneleh, Jerry and Lyn at the capacity building weekend in January 2011:

And now you can meet the rest of them individually!


Eduardo Sassa
Contact details:
Tel:     +27 021 873 0028




East Africa

Kiarie Mwenda

Contact Details:

 Kiari also often part of the Churches, Channes of Hope facilitator training team



Maureen Kabey
Contact Details:
Cell:    +26659738259 +26659738259


Lloyd Khanyanga

Contact Details:

Lloyd went through the CABSA training in August 2006 at Mazenod, South Africa. He has worked in an HIV and AIDS project for close to ten years now. Apart from working with different groups and institutions in Malawi, he has facilitated HIV and AIDS workshops in South Africa and Ghana. Lloyd is fulltime involved with the organisation, FLAEM. FLAEM has offices at Luchenza in Thuchila House and Mulanje at Nkhonya Trading Centre (Turn off to Mulanje Mission Hospital). Lloyd is usually at one of these offices. However he sometimes works from his house in Blantyre. If you are in one of these places feel free to contact him.

Lloyd can be contacted at 002651664723002651664723/002658841619.


Rebecca Van der Meulen
Contact Details:
Cell:     +258 82 668 9990

Western and Central Africa

Tunde Fowe

Contact Details:

Tunde is often part of the Churches, Channes of Hope facilitator training team and acts a lead trainer. 


Stembiso Sibanda
Contact Details:
Cell:       00263 778 363 314



South Africa: Free State

Puleng Rampai

Contact Details:

Cell: +27 (0)82 346 9794

I work in the Department of Education, in the Section called Inclusive Education in which we are giving support to the learners experiencing barriers to learning. I am a Life Skills, HIV & AIDS master trainer and a Coordinator for Life Skills in the District. I have been training since 1998.
In 2007 I was trained as a CABSA Facilitator. This gave me a new perspective of HIV & AIDS because I then started to look at it with the eyes of heaven. It pushed me into the Bible where I found my responsibility as a Christian.
The advantage of being a CABSA facilitator is that, the organization supports, empower and gives you all the tools you need for the work. I am proud of being part of CABSA their information is always updated and I use it whenever I am given a platform to say or do anything on HIV & AIDS.

South Africa: Gauteng

Minenhle Moyo

Contact Details:

Hello. My name is Minenhle Melody Moyo, you can call me Minie. I live in Pretoria, married with 3 beautiful girls. My journey with CABSA began in December 2005 when I trained as a facilitator and has grown over the years. I enjoy being a part of this family because I get to meet other facilitators, share experiences and grow. Working together in this region of Gauteng, I look forward to us shinning as Channels of Hope - together.

Mini will start to make contact with you from July, but with almost 100 facilitators in Gauteng, it might take a while before she personally contacts you. If in the mean time you need her assistance you are most welcome to contact her.

Nonceba Maud Ravuku
Contact details:

Cell:          +27 (0)76 303 9969



Janine Ward
Contact Details:

Cell:        +27 (0)82 956 0048



South Africa: KwaZulu Natal

Ian Rushton

Contact details:
Tel: +27 082 448 7113+27 82 448 7113+27 082 448 7113




South Africa: Northern Cape 

Paulus De Wet
Contact Details:
Cell:   079 876 5578079 876 5578  





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Friends of CABSA

What is a CABSA Friend?

Many individuals, organisations and congregations have been supporters of CABSA through the years. They share CABSA’s Vision and guiding principles; pray for the organisation, the staff, programmes and activities; are ambassadors of the organisation and her vision; support the organisation financially and through “in-kind” donations of goods, services and time; and in some cases commit to regular financial support. Although this financial support from Friends is extremely valuable to CABSA in these times of economic instability, this is not a requirement, and all forms of support is valuable.

Why is this Necessary?

This support enables CABSA to assists faith leaders and organisations in their response to HIV and to serves many people – especially people living with HIV. As we expand our basis of support, we will also be able to expand the number of individuals, congregations and organisations to whom we provide our services free or at minimal cost.

Through the “Friends of CABSA Commitment” CABSA honours, formalises and expands these valuable relationships.

How can I be Involved?

We would like to invite individuals, congregations and organisations to join this core group of Friends of CABSA. 

If you would like to join us in creating caring Christian communities, ministering reconciliation and hope in a world with HIV, contact Lyn for an application form.

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Wall of Remembrance

Sadly we have over the years heard of members of the Churches, Channels of Hope family who passed away.  We would like to honour their lives and their commitment to being channels of hope on this page.  We would appreciate it if you share information about these or any other individuals with us.

Rev S. Konsapi - January 2014

Rev Konsapi died in January 2014 after a long struggle with cancer.

Rev Konsapi, formerly from URCSA Mbekweni, played a pivotal role in the Regional Synod Cape in various commissions.

We were privileged that Rev Konsapi was one of the early supporters, facilitators, board members and coworkers of CABSA and a man with a particular passion and commitment for the church’s response to HIV. We remember him as a remarkable man, and particularly for the compassionate, calm and tranquil way in which he approach often difficult issues.

Rev Konsapi was trained as a facilitator in 2004.


Rev Timothy Maymbo. 13 October 2013

Rev Timothy was trained as Churches, Channels of Hope Facilitator in February 2010 and was working at the Rusitu Bible College at the time. At his training he wrote "I am going to be a Bible college lecturer with a difference. " Our sympathies go to his wife, Violet, and loved ones.






Matsheliso Angeline Ntahane. August 2012

Ian Rushton shares the following:

Me Matsheliso Angeline Ntahane was laid to rest on 4 August 2012 in Manyatseng, Ladybrand, Eastern Free State.  Lovingly known as either 'Tshidi' or 'Angelina' to so many, she was a CABSA Channels of Hope facilitator and shelter of support and protection for many people in all kinds of need, often putting her own needs and difficulties into the background. She leaves her sons Molefi and Mpho, as well as Paballo whom she took under her wing. Tshidi herself was full of life and enduring courage and was a life giver to many. Her portrait says it all. She will be sorely missed.

 Tshidi was trained as CCOH Facilitator in 2009

Rev Samy Gumbe - 3th August 2011

 On behalf of the Board Members, Staff and all over the members of Rede Cristã contra HIV e SIDA (Mozambique Christian Net Work Against HIV and AIDS, with constrain in our hearts we want to inform the passing away of REV. Samy Gumbe on 3th August 2011, in Maputo.

Rev Samy Gumbe was one of the RCHS founder and he became the first general secretary.

Samy was trained as Churches Channels of Hope Facilitator in 2004





Sizi Mbhele

We received the following from Rev. Tsepo Matubatuba, Anglican Diocese of Johannesburg HIV and AIDS Coordinator, on 16 November 2010:

Sizi was formerly of the St Andrew's Anglican Parish Kensington, before moving to her smallholding in Dennysville Free State. Sizi was one of the long serving menbers of the Diocesan HIV and AIDS Ministry from when I took over till she moved in around 2008. I was informed in short succession this morning of her brutal killing by Mrs Martha Molete of St Andrew's and Rev. Zanele Mtshali. Sizi was a single parent running her own Management and Leadership and Training Consultancy to support her two children, a son and daughter. All of them were actively involved in Ministry in their former Parish and in our Diocese. May the good Lord make her soul rest in peace and provide comfort and healing for her family from this sad loss. 

Richard Malaudzi - August 2010

Richard Malaudzi, who originates from Limpopo, was trained as Channel of Hope facilitator in November 2005

Richard was trained through ACSA

Leopoldina Verissimo - June 2010

Leopoldina, who comes from Angola, was trained as Channel of Hope facilitator in May 2010 

Nompumelelo Mbele - December 2009.

Nompumelelo was a trained Social Auxiliary worker and was trained as CABSA Churches, Channels of Hope Facilitator in July 2009.

According to her colleagues she was very committed to her work and enjoyed assisting the community of Nazareth (Ladysmith) where she lived. She had one child and she lived in challenging financial circumstances.  In spite of this she is remembered as someone who was passionate about her work, always striving hard to get what she wants, always trying her best to assist the community and striving to get the best for her child and family.




Sibongiseni Masondo - 2009

Sibongiseni Masondo, who comes from KwaZulu-Natal, was trained as a Channel of Hope facilitator in August 2006 and again in Oct 2008
Sibongiseni represented URCSA at the training


Thabo Makepe - October 2009

Thabo Makepe, who comes from Lesotho, trained as a Channel of Hope facilitator in June 2009








Prof Attie van Wijk - July 2007

We remember Prof Attie van Wijk for his personal involvement and mentoring role in the organisation as Board Member.

The day after his death Logy Murray wrote: “Prof Attie was vir my so 'n spesiale persoon - as individu, as leier by die Kollege, en veral as 'n besonder vennoot en mentor by CABSA.  Dit voel regtig vir my of CABS se "pa" oorlede is!  Ek sal hom altyd onthou vir iemand wat met begrip en deeglikheid kon luister - ook agter woorde kon "hoor" - iemand wat ons visie by CABSA volledig gedeel het, en met toewyding tyd gegee het om drome te laat waarword.”


Magdalene Adams - 2007

Magdalene Adams, from Limpopo, a member of Moravia Church, was trained as a Channel of Hope facilitator in Oct 2003

Catherine Dipholo 11 September 2007

We received the following message from Sothemba (Catherine was trained in 2002):

Ons treur oor Catherine Dipholo wat vanoggend vroeg oorlede is.  Sy was een van die eerste fasiliteerders wat by CABSA opgelei is.  Sy was vir omtrent 10 jaar werksaam as koordineerder van beraders hier by Sothemba.  Haar gesondheid was nie so goed die afgelope tyd nie en sy is met 'n longkwaal gediagnoseer. (iets soos emfiseem)   Sy het nog tot Vrydag gewerk, maar is Sondagnag in Karel Bremer hospitaal opgeneem waar sy vanoggend 5vm oorlede is.  


 Mirna de Villiers - June 2006

We mourn the death of Mirna de Villiers in June 2006 after a long illness. Mirna was trained as CCOH facilitator in November 2004. She was the wife of Fanie de Villiers, whom many CABSA facilitators trained in the early years met when he acted as training assistant at facilitator trainings.





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