Welcome to the Inner City Resource Centre
The Inner City Resource Centre is a non-racial, non-sexisT Organization which was formed for the upliftment and development of the inner city residents irrespective of where you come from.
Inner City Resource Centre Staff
Director In this role, she has maintained the organisation’s focus to inform the tenants of their housing rights and to challenge unfair eviction procedures. She has worked to broaden the scope of the ICRC to deal with women’s issues and immigrants together with the core issues that affect residents and tenants living in poorly maintained buildings in the Johannesburg inner-city. She holds a certificate in Law (UNISA), Certificate in Housing Policy and Development (WITS) and a Certificate in Community Organising (Nairobi).
Financial Administrative Officer She was trained as a bookkeeper and as an executive secretary the two field she has extensive professional experience in. Emily is interested in all topics concerned with women empowerment, accounting, and financial management.
Project Manager He is responsible for managing the implementation of the organisation’s mission & strategic communications. He holds a BSocSc in Community and Development Studies (UKZN), Master’s in Public Affairs from SciencesPo (Paris) and a Master’s in Development Studies from the International Institute of Social Studies (The Hague, NL). He is currently a Doctoral Candidate with the IMT Institute for Advanced Studies- Lucca (Lucca, IT).
Noluthando Monica Hassamo
Front Desk Officer Monica also coordinates the activities of Rivoningo Women’s Forum. her passions include advocacy for gender justice and women’s empowerment. Monica is the go-to person on all matters of logistics planning & execution at ICRC.
Rivoningo Women’s livelihoods project.
Philemon Makweng is a paralegal officer and coordinator of the ICRC outreach desk. Philemon also manages the ICRC DIY project. He is passionate about housing as a social justice issue. He joined ICRC in 2011.
Thabani Nxumalo joined ICRC as a Paralegal in January 2014 after having previously done voluntary work from April 2012. He hold a Diploma in Financial management obtained in Central Johannesburg College in 2010, an Advanced Short Learning Programme for Paralegals done in 2013, a higher certificate in programme in fundamental aspects of children’s rights obtained in October 2019 from the University of South Africa. He is currently in his second year in LLB degree from University of South Africa. Thabani’s interests include human rights, rights of women and children in South Africa.
Rebecca Chauke is the project coordinator for the Rivoningo Women’s Forum at ICRC. She is passionate about the empowerment of women. Rebecca is interested in finding lasting solutions for securing sustainable livelihoods for marginalised groups. Her role at RWF is to mobilise women and build grassroots leadership across the communities affiliated with ICRC.
Thulani Sibanda is an enthusiastic field worker and is eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and organisational skills. He has a clear understanding of tasks at hand, is highly motivated and committed to social justice. Thulani has a Diploma in Tourism and Travel management. He is interested in sports and music.
I’m a field worker and admin assistant at the ICRC. I take pride in my work and am happy to work for such an organization that has its heart into protecting the human rights of the marginalized in our country to ensure better housing and proper water and sanitation. I have an N6 certificate in human resource from Central Johannesburg.