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Ntsu Community Advice Office

Mabopane, South Africa
Joined February 2013
Presence in: South Africa

My organisation is a community based organisation registered in terms of the NPO Act.The office offers free service to all indigent members of the community like women and children teenagers, the aged, people with disabilities, unemployed and those suffering HIV/AIDS using a set of tools such as mediation and negotiation on a range of of disputes such as labour.domestic violence,estates,illegal eviction and so on.

People Associated With This Organization

Gloria Lehobye

South Africa  
Ntsu Community Advice Office (Unverified)
Joined May 2018
Interests: Citizenship & Identification, Community / Customary Land Rights, Education, Labor & Employment, Right to Information, Women's Rights
I am a 43 year old woman with one child(daughter). I love working with people by helping them especially giving them information or advising them about their rights, it gives me pleasure as it is my daily work within my community.I also love knowing the lifestyle of other people especially those living in the informal settlement from different countries even though I didn't get the opportunity of travelling a lot.
My expectations from this network is to learn more about the laws within different countries and mine so that I can help my people as I am working with disadvantage communities whereby people don't practice and also don't know their rights. I would also be happy to communicate with people from different countries to learn and understand how their justice system work.

Seth Mnguni

South Africa  
Ntsu Community Advice Office
Joined February 2013
Seth Mnguni is the network champion (main point of contact) for Ntsu Community Advice Office.

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