Michael has a BSc in Sports Science and Sports Business from the University of South Australia, and a BSc in International Relations and Child Youth Development from Monash South Africa University. He have been involved in sports and social development initiatives for past 10 years in differing roles from Project Manager to Consultant for programs involving local municipality, football associations , and NGOs in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Uganda and Botswana. From his wealth of experience and knowledge, he started Football Without Borders SA in August 2016.
Founder of Football Without Borders
Mpho is currently studying at Monash South Africa, completing his 3rd year in BSC in Public Health. His studies and experience make him a valuable asset to the Football Without Borders team in leading our HIV/AIDS education programs.
Project Manager (HIV/AIDS)
Siyabonga is currently finishing his degree in Business and IT at Monash South Africa.
Finance and Administration Manager
Ndumiso is a qualified Chartered Accountant with a love for sport. In his free time he volunteers his expertise to Football Without Borders.
Financial Adviser/ Board Member
Tanya studied at ETA for a certificate in sports and science (level 5). She has been in the sports industry for around 15 years and is currently running her own indoor and outdoor training business. She trains daily with her clients, offering kickboxing, long distance running, cycling, functional training, weight training, cardio and specific training. She is also involved in community support, fund raising and other social activities for Football Without Borders.
Kickboxing Coach/Board Member
Amy is responsible for all of the Football Without Borders social media pages and website. Before volunteering for Football Without Borders, she worked as a journalist for a local community newspaper. Now she is a freelance writer and a BA Film and Television student at the University of the Witwatersrand.
Media Officer/ Board Member
Nomagugu is a 3rd year student at Monash South Africa studying a BSc in Sociology and Criminology. She is also involved in program planning for the Girl Empowerment Program - Lezintombi Ziyakhona.
Kebone Moloko is a self-proclaimed South African Global Citizen who has study, work and travel experience in over 30 countries. Her experience spans across Sales, Business and Non-Profit Management. Passionate about creating innovative ways to drive social change, her goal is to increase access to education, skills and economic opportunities for women and marginalized members of the community.
As a recent Master of Sciences in International Business graduate, she is the co-founder of QWB+A, an organization that creates experiences and opportunities for women founders and leaders to self-empower.
Marketing and Business Developer
Eric has completed a course in Project Management at Trentstone College, as well as a course in Professional Commutation at the Advanced Technology Training Institution.
Eric is involved in the day to day running of sports programs in Kromdraai and is actively involved in coaching the girls netball and football teams.
Eric Tenda Mabirimisa
Irene works together with Eric to coach the Kromdraai girls football teams. She is also responsible for integrating life skills sessions into our various programs.
Football and Life Skills Facilitator
Abraham started boxing at the age of 11, in the year 1989. He has participated in 403 fights, of which he only lost 9. During his boxing career, he rubbed shoulders with professional boxers like Petrus Ramaebeebe, Richard Kheo and Dan Majola, but unfortunately he did not make the big time. Now, he uses his talent, experience and skill to coach future boxing champions.
Boxing Coach (UJAB Boxing Club)
Abraham Moeketsi Wanzi
Nkosiphendule has been a coaching boxing for Football Without Borders's UJAB Boxing Club since August 2016. Nkosiphendule uses his wealth of experience as a professional boxing trainer for Allan Toweel Boxing Gym to train the local youth to become boxing stars.
Boxing Coach (UJAB Boxing Club)
Sharon is finishing her degree in Education (Senior and FET phase) at the University of Johannesburg. She is currently a spokesperson at Re Etapele SA. Since Sharon is goal oriented, has good communication skills, is a practical thinker and has a passion for getting involved in the community, she volunteered to help Football Without Borders reach a wider audience.