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Governance

Within St Luke’s Combined Hospices, governance relates to the consistent leadership, management, cohesive policies, processes and decision-rights for a given area of responsibility. Governance has a dual focus of achieving the organisation’s social mission and ensuring the organisation is viable. Public trust and accountability is an essential aspect of organisational viability, achieving the social mission in a way respected by those whom the organisation serves as well as the society in which it is located.

BBBEE
Certificate
Tax
Clearance
Certificate
NPO
Registration
Certificate
POPI
Act
Compliance

Audited Financial Statement 2020

Annual Report 2019/2020

Memorandum of Incorporation

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Section 18 A
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Operating Company Board Members

The role of the Operating Company Board is to plan and strategize goals and objectives for the short- and long-term good of the organisation and to put mechanisms in place to monitor progress against the objectives.

Finance Committee Members

The role of the Finance Committee is to provide financial oversight for our organization and includes budgeting and financial planning, financial reporting, and the creation and monitoring of internal controls and accountability policies.

Risk Committee Members

NPO’s have the responsibility to keep the non-profit organisation sustainable, despite these challenges that risks pose. The Risk Committee’s job is to balance the risks against the rewards, and identifies, mitigates and manages risks.